In Memoriam: Donna Summer

As you’ve likely heard by now, pop singer Donna Summer passed away today at the age of 63.  Often considered the Queen of Disco, Summer scored 14 top ten singles in the 1970s and 1980s, beginning with “Love To Love You Baby,” which peaked at number 2 in early 1976, and ending with “This Time I Know It’s For Real,” which hit number 7 in June 1989 and can be heard above.  That streak included a run of eight straight charting singles that hit the top ten from 1978 to 1980, four of which went to number one.

In honor of Donna Summer, Tunesmate is looking for Sentunes from titles of her songs.  Here’s a Donna Summer discography to help,  and here’s a sentune to get us started:  Rumour has it wasted bad girls dim all the lights on the radio.

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