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AKASA & SOPHIYA HAQUE Tribute. Akasa was a London-based pop band that had moderate success in the late-1980s and early-1990s . Sophiya Haque - One Night In My Life (HD Widescreen Remastered) - This is a special tribute to Sophiya Haque, with an extended sitar played by Mr. Clem Alford at the end of the video from the "Triple B Mix". Thank you John J Millar for the exclusive images in the video.
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For the record you’ll stay on my mind (be staying on my mind tonight) Mal-eun moshago Geot-euloman us-eumyeo (nan geuliwodo) Geuliwodo anin cheog hago issneun nanikka (every night) For the record I’ll never be right (I’ll never be right) Naneun ajigdo Meomchwo iss-eo jakku neon meol-eojyeoman ganeunde Soyong-eobsjiman you know I’ll still be. waiting Still be waiting Oh yeah Oh oh I’ll still be waiting I’ll still be waiting Oh oh Yeah yeah. For The Record" Track Info. Composer Park Woo Hyun & Sophiya.
Sophiya Haque, Actress: Wanted. Sophia Haque rose to fame as a VJ/host on pop-music channels broadcast by India in the 1990s (via satellite).
One Night in Bangkok" is a song from the concept album and subsequent musical Chess by Tim Rice, Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus. British actor and singer Murray Head raps the verses, while the chorus is sung by Anders Glenmark, a Swedish singer, songwriter and producer. The release topped the charts in many countries, including South Africa, West Germany, Switzerland and Australia. It peaked at No. 3 in both Canada and the United States in May 1985, and at No. 12 in Head's native United Kingdom.