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Here is a great song to add to your playlist! I know I’ve been doing a lot of easy-listening lately, but I couldn’t resist not sharing this awesome song from Michael McDonald. It’s called “I Keep Forgettin’ (Every Time You’re Near),” released in 1982. That year it peaked at number 4 on the music charts, stayed hot on the charts for about 19 weeks. The song is basically about a guy who’s so in love with his ex, that each time he sees her or think about her, it was as though they never broke up. Although technically its a sad song, but it has a sick & smooth beat to it. In fact, the song was so popular back in the day it was sampled by Warren G, in his rap called “Regulate (1994),” featuring Nate Dogg (which became another big hit as well). Michael McDonald was also the lead singer of a popular group called “The Doobie Brothers,” which I recommend that you search and check them out using your favorite streaming service.

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