This is the worst song of the last 50 years, according to the singer of a band that has been on radio for the last five decades.
Steve Harris’ Pretender is not a song about love or love in the way the Beatles or Bob Dylan or Bob Marley could write songs about love.
The song is about the “pretender” who is the real “good” man in the world.
“There are so many different people and we all do things differently and the Pretender just fits right in,” said Harris.
It is a song that is both about the man who has it all and the man he needs to “fix it.”
“The Pretender” is the song of a man who is “fixing it” for reasons that have nothing to do with love, but everything to do the right thing.
The song’s lyrics are about a man in his late thirties who is working at a radio station that is so important that he has to take out a restraining order against the man in charge of his station.
The station owner has been known to go on the radio and “take out restraining orders against anyone that’s doing something wrong.”
The song is also about a woman who is going to school in her twenties, is having an affair, and is “going to the bar and the club and having a great time.”
But there is a “predictable and easy” response from the man on the air.
“You don’t see that a lot in the radio,” said the man.
“That’s one of the things about the Pretenders is that they always come back.”
The man is not the only person on the station who has the power to do something about the station’s problems.
The Pretenders are the band of musicians who have played radio for more than five decades in Ottawa, but they are not the band that started it all.
The band started in Toronto in 1971 and has had its share of hits over the years.
The band’s first single, “Merry Christmas” in 1976, was the first Canadian hit and was certified Gold by the RIAA.
“It’s like a classic rock band,” said singer Wayne Singery.
“The first song I ever played was ‘Merry Pray.'”
The Pretends have been on the Radio Ontario list of the top 20 Canadian bands for decades, but in the years since they have made a number of changes to their name, including a decision to change the first letter of their name to “Pretenders.”””
I mean we weren’t going to do that.”
The Pretends have been on the Radio Ontario list of the top 20 Canadian bands for decades, but in the years since they have made a number of changes to their name, including a decision to change the first letter of their name to “Pretenders.”
“They’re trying to come up with something new and they don’t have the original name that we had,” said Singery, who is now in his early thirtysomething.
“They’re really trying to reinvent themselves.”
They have been playing in the GTA since the late ’80s, with the first show in 1999.
They have been touring in support of the new record, and now have a new arena show in Montreal that is scheduled to take place on March 16.
The album cover, however, is a familiar one.
“The band has always been known as the Pretenders,” said Hamilton resident and longtime Pretender, Mark Pritchard.
“When we started in 1979 we didn’t have a real name.
We were called the Pretends and we played all over the world.””
We wanted to have a name that sounded good, that was catchy, that had a lot of pop appeal,” Pritkind added.
The name Pretender has stuck, but the band has had to change some of the details, as well.
Pritchard said they started changing the name when they realized the name of the band they were playing was not a catchy one that was well-known.
“We changed the name so that when we started playing it would be like ‘Prelude to the Pretending,'” Pritch said.
“If you played it live, people would recognize that name.
It was a catchy name.
That’s what we were trying to do.”
The band decided to change it again after they saw the success of their first album, the 1979 classic album The Pretenders, which reached No. 1 on the Canadian Billboard charts.
“When we made that record we were already playing at the top of the charts, so we just wanted to do another record,” Pruges said.
The new name, The Pretender Trilogy, was a response to the band’s popularity in the 1980s, when they were the Pretensions first international touring band.
“Pretenders is a name we’ve been playing since the beginning of our career,” said Pritchett.
“It’s not just a name of a musical group.
It’s a name because we were part of the Pretens touring band, which was a real