The Jets-Shania Twain-Toto-Patty Labelle


Student’s Name : __________________________
Date : _________________________
INTRUCTIONS : Read information about artists and comment to your partner . exchange opinions about it . After , Listen the song and complete the missing blanks .

“I’ll Be over You” is a hit single by the American pop-rock band Toto. Taken as a single from their 1986 album, Fahrenheit, the song reached number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in late 1986. Michael McDonald also participated in the recording of the song.
Toto is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1977. Toto is known for a musical style that combines elements of pop, rock, soul,funk, progressive rock, hard rock, R&B and jazz. They are regularly associated with the soft rock genre.
The band has released a total of 17 albums, and have sold over 35 million albums to date. The group was honored with several Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Musicians Hall of Fame in 2009.

I´ll be over you – Toto
Some people live their dreams
Some people close their ______
Some ______¬¬¬¬ destiny
Passes by There _____ no __________
There -______ no alibis
That’s how our love _______ be
Don’t ask _______ It _______ some time
God knows how ________
I know that I can ________ you

As soon as my______ stops breakin’
Anticipating As ________ as ________ is through
I’ll ____ ______ you

Remembering ________ gone by
___________ we once made
What are the _________ why
Nothing stays the _______
There were the _______ holding you ______
Someday I’ll ______ to forget them
As soon as my______ stops breakin’
Anticipating As ________ as ________ is through
I’ll ____ ______ you


“You Got It All” was the fourth single released by the 1980s dance-pop band, The Jets, from their commercially successful debut 1985 album.
“You Got It All” peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S. in early 1987. The song also topped the adult contemporary chart for two weeks and reached number two on theR&B chart.
You Got It All – The Jets
I, I was a _______ he would ________ He brought the clouds to my ______ Then like a ray of _______ you came my way _____ night Just one look and I ______
You would make __________ clear Make all the clouds ________ Put all your fear to _______, Who _____ I love the________?

Don’t you _____, don’t you _______?
You’ve______ it all over him
You _______ me over him
Honey its ______, there’s just _____
You must have been heaven sent,
Hearing me______ you _______out on a limb
And you’re all that he’s not,
Just look what I _____
‘Cause you got it _____ over him

No, don’t let him ________ you so
Once I met_______ I let go
Oh, you can surely ______ you’re so much more to me
Just _____ look and I _______
You would make _____________ clear
Make all the clouds ___________
You’re ________ than all the _______
Who _____ I love the ________?


“On My Own” was a Billboard #1 hit duet by singers Patti LaBelle and Michael McDonald when it was released as a single in 1986. It was released from LaBelle’s first platinum album, Winner in You.
The song was based on a relationship that had reached its end with both parties going their separate ways in a melancholy state with the occasional option of coming back together again one day.

On My Own – Patty Labelle Ft Michael Mc Donald.
So many times
Said it was _________
Said our love would ________ be true
Something in my heart ________ knew
I’d be lying _______ beside you
On my own On my own On my own
So many ________
Never should be ________
Now I know what loving you ________
Now we’re up to talking ________
And we weren’t even married
On my own Once _______ now
One more ________ By myself

No one said it was __________
But it once was so ________
Well I __________ in love
Now _______ I stand
I wonder _______

I’m on my own
Why did it end this way

On my own
This wasn’t how it was supposed to ___ On my own
I wish that we could do it all again
So many times
I know I should have told you
Losing you it cut like a knife
You __________ out and there went my life
I _______ want to live without you On my own


“You’re Still the One” is a song by Canadian singer Shania Twain. It was the third country single from Shania Twain’s 1997 album, Come on Over, Released in 1998, the single peaked at number two becoming Twain’s first top ten hit on the Billboard Hot 100. “You’re Still the One” was both a commercial and critical success, winning many awards over three years. The song was nominated for fourGrammy Awards in 1999.
The Video was also nominated for Best Female Video at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards, making Twain the first female country artist to ever be nominated for an MTV Video Music Award.[11]

You´re still the one – Shania Twain
Looks like we made it
Look how far we’ve _______ my baby
We mighta took the long way
We knew we’d get there __________
They said, “I bet they’ll _______ make it”
But just _______ at us holding on We’re still __________ still going _____

(You’re still the one )
You’re ______ the one I _____ to
The ______ that I _________ to
You’re the one I ______ for life
(You’re still the one)
You’re still the one that I love
The only one I _______ of
You’re still the one I _____ good ______

Ain’t nothin’ ________
We beat the odds ________
______ glad we didn’t _______
Look at what we would be missin’
They said, “I bet they’ll _______ make it”
But just _______ at us holding on
We’re still ________ still going ________
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