Meet Me Half Way

Album: Back To Avalon (1987)
Charted: 11
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  • This was one of two successful songs by Loggins to come out of an unsuccessful movie. This one was from Over The Top, starring Sylvester Stallone as an arm wrestler. Loggins also sang "Nobody's Fool" from Caddyshack II, a movie that was a critical and commercial disaster. >>
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    Sara - Silver Spring, MD
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  • Sara from Silver Spring, MdIt was written by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock. Both had collaborated on "Danger Zone"
    from Top Gun and the same film's Oscar- winning theme song "Take My Breath Away".
  • Sara from Silver Spring, MdDuring the 1980s Kenny Loggins was known as the "movie soundtrack king" but only three of the movies he sang during that period, Top Gun,
    Footloose and Caddyshack were hits.
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