|A||Foolish Beat (Vocal/Extended Mix)
Arranged By – Gibson*, Zarr*Executive-Producer – Doug Breitbart*Producer – Deborah Gibson*Remix, Engineer – Bob Brockmann*, Scott Blackwell
|B1||Between The Lines
Arranged By – John MoralesProducer – John Morales And Sergio Munzibai*
|B2||Shake Your Love (Live)
Arranged By – Gibson*, Zarr*Producer – Fred Zarr
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Debbie Gibson is an artist who has an uncanny talent for being able to do it all - and that was apparent at an early age. She started writing songs before she was a teenager, and by age seventeen, the singer made history by writing, producing, and performing a song, Foolish Beat, that, in 1988, topped the Billboard Hot 100. She would then record the tender love ballad Lost In Your Eyes, which would give her an eternal spot on love song request shows nationwide.
Foolish Beat by Debbie Gibson.
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There was a time when Broken hearts and broken dreams Were over There was a place where All you could do was Wish on a four leaf clover. But now is a new time There is a new place Where dreams just can't come true It started the day when I left you. I could never love again the way that I loved you I could never cry again like I did when I left you And when we said goodbye Oh the look in your eyes Just left me beside myself without your heart (Without your heart) I could never love again now that we're apart
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Debbie Gibson's record was broken by Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, who was 17 years and one month old when the self-written and produced "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" topped the chart on September 15, 2007. Gibson was 17 years and 9 months old when "Foolish Beat" went to on June 25, 1988. Debbie Gibson was born in 1970 in Brooklyn, New York. She began writing songs in her early childhood and when she was eight, she sang at the children's chorus in the Metropolitan Opera House in New York
Foolish Beat (Extended Mix). A2. Foolish Beat (Instrumental). B1. Only In My Dreams (Dream House Mix). B2. Medley: Out Of The Blue, Shake Your Love, Only In My Dreams (Debbie Gibson Mega Mix). Written-By – D. Gibson. Track A1 written as '(Extended Mix)' on the back cover and as 'Vocal, Extended Mix' on the label.
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