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"What's Love Got to Do with It"

"What's Love Got to Do with It" is the second single released from Tina Turner's breakthrough solo debut album, Private Dancer. In the UK and Continental Europe it was the third single, following Turner's cover of The Beatles' "Help!". The song is widely credited for the huge success of the Private Dancer album itself. "What's Love Got to Do With It" is arguably Tina Turner's most popular and successful single, becoming her first number-one hit in the United States and establishing Tina Turner as a mainstream Pop and Rock artist, while also reaching number one in Australia and number three in the UK. In 1993, the song's name was used as the title for What's Love Got to Do With It, a biographical film about Turner's life leading up to the actual release of the song. The music video was directed by Mark Robinson. It is ranked #309 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time". It also ranked #38 on Songs of the Century. It was the 17th best-selling single of 1984 in the UK. The song was originally recorded by UK pop group Bucks Fizz, but unreleased until 2000.[3] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/What%27s_Love_Got_to_Do_with_It_(song)

Music Video: "What's Love Got to do With It"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaQkaY5-OVk
In the music video for the song, Tina Turner enter by walking down a staircase that is floating in the air. In the middle of the collage there are stair cases. The video keeps coming back to the staircase as a recurring theme. She repeatedly say the words of the title throughout the song.

"People" by Barbra Streisand

The song "People" by Barbra Streisand originated from Barbra Streisand's Oscar-winning performance in the film Funny Girl (1968). The song in itself relates to the theme of this painting because it is about someone who truly needs love, or in the song, it is referred to as "people." This painting is about doing things one has no love for, or prostituting oneself, but it relates to the song because the song explains that people needing love, or other "people," are the luckiest, and until one reaches the point of needing love, and not just having people, they are not truly fortunate. The difference between needing and having is that having people around does not necessarily indicate true fulfillment, while needing is making an effort to find true fulfillment, love, and others that care. The song also explains how we have reverted back to a state of child-like dependency because as we've grown, we have become more focused on material things and therefore it increases our need for love, whether real or prostituted.

Lyrics to "People"

People
People who need people
Are the luckiest people in the world,
We're children, needing other children
And yet letting our grown-up pride
Hide all the need inside,
Acting more like children
Than children.
Lovers are very special people,
They're the luckiest people
In the world.
With one person, one very special person
A feeling deep in your soul
Says you were half,
Now you're whole.
No more hunger and thirst
But first be a person
Who needs people.
People who need people
Are the luckiest people
In the world!

With one person, one very special person
A feeling deep in your soul
Says you were half,
Now you're whole.
No more hunger and thirst
But first be a person
Who needs people.

People who need people
Are the luckiest people
In the world!


Video for "People"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GhOap2Vldaw