Making Love is a 1982 American film. It tells the story of a married man coming to terms with his homosexuality and the love triangle that develops around him, his wife and another man. It stars Kate Jackson, Harry Hamlin, and Michael Ontkean.
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... The structure is similar to Steinman's "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)", where the chorus consists of things that the vocalist would and then would not do ... loose Like the final lines of each chorus in "Anything for Love", the end of "Making Love" contrasts with the previous stating what he doesn't know how to do ... how to leave you And I'll never let you fall And I don't know how you do it Making love out of nothing at all The title is repeated six times, with background vocals supplying the "making love" part ...
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... "Making Love in the Rain" is the third single by Herb Alpert from his Keep Your Eye on Me album ... "Making Love in the Rain" was a big success on the U.S ...
... Canada/Japan/US/West Germany 7" single "Making Love in the Rain" (edit) "Rocket to the Moon" UK 7" "Making Love in the Rain" (edit) "Making Love in the Rain" (i ...
... Story of a Love Affair that Never Existed In Ferrara, Italy, Silvano (Kim Rossi Stuart) meets Carmen (Inés Sastre) and asks her where he can find a room for ... Finally, he leaves without making love to her ... remind me of—somebody." They walk to her apartment and make love ...
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