Cyndi Lauper was one of the quirkiest of the female singers of the 1980s, whose 1984 album, She’s So Unusual, contributed to her winning a Grammy Award for Best New Artist for that year. “Time After Time,” from the album, was the followup single to her first hit, “Girls Just Want To Have Fun.” Besides going to number one, “Time After Time” has the distinction of being one of the very few pop songs covered by Miles Davis(!).
Time After Timeby Cyndi Lauper
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