Dead Ringer

Dead Ringer or Dead Ringers may refer to:

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Runnin' For The Red Light (I Gotta Life) - Tracks
... of "Life Is a Lemon and I Want My Money Back", "Amnesty is Granted" and "Dead Ringer for Love" ... Meatloaf (1971) Bat Out of Hell (1977) Dead Ringer (1981) Midnight at the Lost and Found (1983) Bad Attitude (1984) Blind Before I Stop (1986) Bat Out of Hell II Back into Hell (1993) Welcome to the. 3 Bats Live Meat Loaf In Search of Paradise Tours Bat Out of Hell (1977-78) Dead Ringer (1981) Meat Loaf The Neverland Express Euro '82 (1982) World Tour / Monsters of Rock (1983) Bad ...
Dead Ringer - Other
... Dead Ringer (comics), a Marvel Comics character The Dead Ringer, a 1948 mystery novel by Fredric Brown ...
Meat Loaf Discography - Singles
... Both of Us" 92 ... — — — 40 — — — 62 Dead Ringer "Dead Ringer for Love" — 65 — 39 ... — — 16 — 1982 ... "Read 'Em and Weep ...
You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth - Charts
... International Records Meat Loaf Studio albums Stoney Meatloaf (1971) Bat Out of Hell (1977) Dead Ringer (1981) Midnight at the Lost and Found (1983) Bad Attitude (1984) Blind Before I Stop (1986) Bat Out of Hell II ... Orchestra 3 Bats Live Meat Loaf In Search of Paradise Tours Bat Out of Hell (1977-78) Dead Ringer (1981) Meat Loaf The Neverland Express Euro '82 (1982) World Tour / Monsters of Rock (1983) Bad Attitude (1984-85) 20/20 ... with No Place to Go" "Bat Out of Hell" "I'm Gonna Love Her for Both of Us" "Dead Ringer for Love" (w/ Cher) "Read 'Em and Weep" "Peel Out" "In Europe '82 (4 ...
Dead Ringer For Love
... "Dead Ringer for Love" is a rock song performed by American rock singer Meat Loaf and American singer-actress Cher from Meat Loaf's third studio album, Dead Ringer ...

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    I did not know that thou wert dead before;
    I did not feel the grief I did sustain;
    The greater stroke astonisheth the more;
    Astonishment takes from us sense of pain.
    I stood amazed when other’s tears begun,
    And now begin to weep when they have done.
    Henry Constable (1562–1613)