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  • Chere Brown

    1961 "Moody River" by Pat Boone

  • Arlene McKnight

    Pat Boone .. Moody River .. 1961... This is just awesome. He's a guest on Lawrence Welk and Lawrence interviews a young audience member infatuated with Pat...and what young girl wasn't?.... so good and I LOVE this song...enjoy!

  • James Ziegler, CSP, Professional Speaker

    Pat Boone Moody River ... "More deadly than the vainest knife" This is the slockiest Pat Boone ever...

  • Arlene McKnight

    Pat Boone singing "Moody River" on the Lawrence Welk Show

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Pat Benatar- "Love is a Battlefield" (This song is still awesome. I never got that she became a hooker in the video when I was little. Guess that's for the best!)

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