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I (Cyrillic) I or Y (Đ, Đ¸) is a letter in the Cyrillic alphabet, representing in Russian and in Ukrainian. It looks like a backwards version of the Latin alphabet's capital N, and is derived from the Greek letter eta (Î—, Î· representing in Ancient Greek and in Modern Greek).
I (Misako Odani) i is an album by Japanese singer/pianist Misako Odani, released December 3, 1997 on the Universal Victor label. It was produced by Jun Sato, who also wrote the scores for all the music except for track 4, which was co-written by Misako.
I (TV network) i: Independent Television, or simply "i", is a broadcast and cable television network first broadcast on August 31, 1998 under the name PAX TV (early on in its development, it was called PaxNet). The network is owned by ION Media Networks (formerly Paxson Communications), in which NBC Universal had a 32% share, up until 2004.
I am 8-Bit The book, officially titled "i am 8-bit: Art Inspired by Classic Videogames of the '80s" was released in April 2006, by San Francisco publishing house "Chronicle Books LLC". It is a compilation of art dedicated to Video Games and Gaming Culture, specifically the 8-Bit era of the mid 80's, based on the group art show in Los Angeles of the same name.
I am a Barbarian I am a Barbarian is a historical novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs written in 1941 but was not published until after the author's death, first appearing in hardback on September 1, 1967 as published by ERB Inc.introduction==
I am Canadian I am Canadian was a popular series of Canadian television commercials aired in the 1990s and early 2000s advertising the Canadian brand of Molson beer in Canada; the commercials also aired in the United States.
I am that I am I am that I am (Hebrew: ××”×™×” ××©×¨ ××”×™×”, pronounced Ehyeh asher ehyeh) is one English translation of the response God used in the Bible when Moses asked for his name (Exodus 3:14). It is one of the most famous verses in the Torah.
I am the unicorn I am the Unicornis a screamo band that came raising out of the ashes in the no nothing town of Orange Park, Florida. With Chris Sirmans on bass and Jeremey King on guitar it was a combo that just could not be overlooked.
I and Thou Ich und Du, usually translated as I and Thou, is a book by Martin Buber. Buber's main proposition is that we may address existence in two ways: that of the "I" towards an "IT", towards an object that is separate in itself, which we either use or experience; and that of the 'I' towards 'THOU', in which we move into existence in a relationship without bounds.
I approve this message In American politics, "I approve this message" (sometimes in the past tense, with "authorize" in place of "approve," or with "ad" instead of "message") is a phrase frequently said by candidates for federal office in political advertisements on television and radio in order to comply with the so-called "stand by your ad" provision of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, enacted in 2002, that requires "a statement by the candidate that identifies the candidate and states that the candidate has approved the communication."
I Agapi Akoma Zi I Agapi Akoma Zi (Greek script: Î— Î±ÎłÎ¬Ď€Î· Î±ÎşĎŚÎĽÎ± Î¶ÎµÎą, English translation: "Love Is Still Alive") was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1983, performed in Greek by Stavros & Dina.
I Ain't Got Time to Tarry "I Ain't Got Time to Tarry", also known as "The Land of Freedom", is an American song written by blackface minstrel composer Dan Emmett. It premiered in a minstrel show performance by Bryant's Minstrels in late November 1858.
I Airborne Corps (United Kingdom) The I Airborne Corps was the commanding formation of the airborne forces during Operation Market Garden. It consisted of the British 1st Airborne Division, Polish 1st Independent Parachute Brigade, US 82nd Airborne Division and US 101st Airborne Divisions during the operation.
I Almost Lost My Mind The recording of the blues ballad by R&B star Ivory Joe Hunter was made in 1950 and was a rhythm and blues hit that became a pop standard. The best selling version of the song was a cover version by Pat Boone, hitting #1 on the Billboard charts in 1956.
I Am - Somebody I Am - Somebody is a poem by Reverend Jesse Jackson, which he recited on Sesame Street in 1971. This inspirational free verse poem was unparalleled with anything ever attempted on children's television in content and delivery, and to an extent still is.
I Am (Godsmack song) I am is a song by Godsmack off the Faceless album. Possible themes include drug addiction, use of the Tetragrammaton to convey power over the life and death of the singer as well as friendship with the singer.
I Am (Killing Heidi song) I Am is Killing Heidi's seventh song released and the first single from their 2004 self-titled album Killing Heidi. Upon its release to radio, I Am was, according to record company Sony BMG, the "fastest addition ever to radio by an Australian band".
I Am a Japanese School Teacher I am a Japanese School Teacher (later Gaijin Smash) is an online series of editorials reflecting the author's experience as an English teacher in Japan. Jeffrey Windham, who writes under the alias "Azrael", is a Black American whose primary focus in the editorials is to explain the feelings he encounters while he spends several years in Japan with the JET Programme.
I Am a Mole and I Live in a Hole "I am a Mole and I Live in a Hole", although not The Southlanders' biggest commercial hit - this was 1958's "Alone" - their seminal track would generally be regarded to be their most recognised. The track is also known as "Mole", "The Mole" and "The Mole in the Hole".
I Am a Rock "I Am a Rock" is a song written by Paul Simon. It was first performed by Simon alone as the opening track on his album The Paul Simon Song Book which he originally recorded and released in May 1965, only in the United Kingdom.
I Am a Scientist I Am a Scientist is the title of a 1994 EP released by Guided by Voices. The title track originally appeared in a stripped down, four track version on the band's celebrated 1994 LP Bee Thousand; a music video was also made.
I Am A Camera "I Am A Camera" is a New Wave song by The Buggles from 1981 of "Video Killed the Radio Star" fame, from their second album; Adventures in Modern Recording. Trevor Horn and Geoff Downes started writing the song before joining up with Yes.
I Am Cuba I am Cuba (Spanish: Soy Cuba; Russian: ĐŻ ĐšŃĐ±Đ°, Ya Kuba) is a Cuban/Soviet film produced in 1964 by director Mikhail Kalatozov at Mosfilm.The movie was not received well by either the Russian or Cuban public and was almost completely forgotten until it was re-discovered by filmmakers in the United States 30 years later.
I Am David I Am David (original title: David) is a fiction book written by Anne Holm in 1963. It tells the story of a young boy who, with the help of a prison guard, escapes from a concentration camp in Europe, and it tells of his journey to Denmark.
I Am Changing "I Am Changing" is a song from the second act of the long-running Broadway musical Dreamgirls. Written by Henry Krieger and Tom Eyen, the song was performed by the character Effie White, originally portrayed on Broadway by Jennifer Holliday.
I Am Charlotte Simmons I Am Charlotte Simmons is a 2004 novel by Tom Wolfe, concerning sexual and status relationships at the fictional Dupont University, closely modeled after Duke University and Stanford University. Wolfe researched the novel by talking to students at Stanford, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University, the University of Florida, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Michigan.
I Am Joaquin I am Joaquin/ (Spanish: Yo Soy Joaquin), by Rudolfo Gonzales, is a famous poem associated with the Chicano movement. In I am Joaquin, Joaquin (the narrative voice of the poem) speaks of the struggles that the Chicano people have faced in trying to achieve economic justice and equal rights in the United States of America.
I Am Legend (film) I Am Legend is a 2007 science fiction film directed by Francis Lawrence and starring Will Smith. I Am Legend is based on Richard Matheson's novel of the same name, but the film will be closer to The Omega Man, the second film adaptation of the novel.
I Am Mary Dunne I Am Mary Dunne (1968) is a novel by Brian Moore about one day in the life of a beautiful and well-to-do 31-year-old Canadian woman living in New York City with her third husband, a successful playwright. Triggered by seemingly unimportant occurrences, the protagonist / first person narrator remembers her past in a series of flashbacks, which reveal her insecurities, her bad conscience concerning her first two husbands, and her fear that she is on the brink of insanity.
I Am My Own Wife I Am My Own Wife is a play by Doug Wright which examines the life of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, born Lothar Berfelde, a German transvestite who killed her father, and survived the Nazi and Communist regimes in East Berlin.
I Am Not a Freemdoom I Am Not A Freemdoom is the second album by Masters of the Hemisphere, released in 2000 on Kindercore Records. The album as a whole, is based around a rather complicated (and occasionally somewhat confusing) storyline and concept, and features a comic book as accompaniment, as an attempt to straighten the album's rather twisting plot threads.
I Am Not an Animal I Am Not an Animal was an animated miniseries telling the tale of highly intelligent non-human animals rescued from a vivisectionist laboratory and forced to live on their own. The series was made and directed by Peter Baynham.
I Am Not Spock I Am Not Spock is the first autobiography written by Leonard Nimoy (1977). Many fans and critics disliked it due to the belief that Nimoy was attempting to distance himself from the character and the franchise that brought him his fame.
I Am Sam I Am Sam is a 2001 film about a man with a developmental disability, Sam Dawson, who is single- handedly raising his daughter Lucy that he fathered with a homeless woman. Although Sam provides a loving and caring environment for the 7-year-old Lucy, she soon surpasses her father's mental capacity (Sam functions at the mental level of a 7-year-old).
I Am Sitting in a Room I am sitting in a room (1969) is one of composer Alvin Lucier's best known works, featuring Lucier recording himself narrating a text, and then playing the recording back into the room, re-recording it. The new recording is then played back and re-recorded, and this process is repeated.
I Am the Avalanche (album) I Am the Avalanche is an eponymous album by I Am the Avalanche, released on September 27 2005 on Drive-Thru Records. The release date marks the two year anniversary of the break-up of singer Vinnie Caruana's previous band, The Movielife.
I Am the Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali I Am the Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali was an animated series about boxing legend Muhammad Ali, who starred as the voice of himself. The short-lived series was broadcast Saturday mornings on NBC in the fall of 1977, but was cancelled by January 1978.
I Am the Movie I Am the Movie is the first full-length album of Minneapolis, MN punk rock band Motion City Soundtrack. It was released independently in 2002, and was remastered and re-released with four new tracks by Epitaph Records in June 2003.
I Am the World Trade Center I Am the World Trade Center is a synth-pop duo consisting of musician Daniel Geller (co-founder of Kindercore Records) and vocalist Amy Dykes. Geller creates almost all of the music using his laptop, while only occasionally using drum machines and keyboards or other instruments.
I Am Trying to Break Your Heart (film) I Am Trying to Break Your Heart: A Film About Wilco is a black-and-white documentary film by Sam Jones which follows the American alt-country rock band Wilco through the creation and distribution of their fourth studio album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. The film provides a unique insight into the politics of bands and their record labels, as well as an inside look at Wilco during the creation of what many critics call a landmark album.
I Am What I Am (Milan album) I Am What I Am is a studio album by Milan (real name: Rick Rodell) that was released on 20th Century Fox Records in 1964 (catalogue numbers TFM 3149/TFS 4149). The front cover copy also includes "presenting a bright new star".
I Am What I Am (song) "I Am What I Am" is a song originally featured on the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical La Cage aux Folles (1983-1987). The song is found on the finale number of the play's first act, and performed by the character of Albin Mougeotte.
I Am Woman "I Am Woman" is a song cowritten by Helen Reddy and singer/songwriter/guitarist Ray Burton and performed by Reddy. Released in its most well-known version in 1972, the song became an enduring anthem for the womenâ€™s liberation movement.
I And I Survived I And I Survived is the seventh proper full-length studio album from hardcore punk and reggae pioneers Bad Brains. It is a mostly instrumental dub album featuring a large amount of reggae, ska, and dub elements with only occasional forays into hard rock and punk music.
I Anzac Corps The I Anzac Corps was an Australian and New Zealand World War I army corps formed in Egypt in February 1916 as part of the reorganization of the Australian Imperial Force following the evacuation of Gallipoli in November 1915. This corps, along with the II Anzac Corps, replaced the original Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC).
I Believe (Marcella Detroit song) "I Believe" is a single released by singer Marcella Detroit shortly after the break up of English duo Shakespear's Sister. Released in March 1994, it peaked at #11 in the UK, spending 8 weeks on the UK charts.
I Believe in You (Kylie Minogue song) "I Believe in You" is a pop-dance song performed by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue and written by Minogue and Scissor Sisters members Jake Shears and Babydaddy. It was produced by Shears and Babydaddy, and received an overall good reception from music critics when it was released as the first single from Minogueâ€™s second greatest hits compilation, Ultimate Kylie, in the winter of 2004.
I Belong to You (Toni Braxton song) "I Belong to You" is the sixth and final single released from Toni Braxton's debut album. The composition was originally slated to serve as the B-Side to "How Many Ways" but actually garnered more airplay than its predecessor due to its superb remix.
I Bet You They Won't Play this Song on the Radio "I Bet You They Won't Play This Song on the Radio" is a song performed by Eric Idle, a British comedian and member of Monty Python. It makes a mockery of the various censorships put on words considered inappropriate (such as damn, shit, ass, etc.
I Blame the Government I Blame the Government was Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine's Final Studio Album, released on Cooking Vinyl Records in 1998. The album did little in the way of success in the UK mainstream charts but made a small impacted on the UK indie charts.
I BRDC International Trophy The first BRDC International Trophy meeting, formally titled the Daily Express International Trophy, was held on 20 August 1949 at the Silverstone Circuit, England. It was the first race meeting to only use the former airfield's perimeter roadways, rather than the main runways.
I Call Your Name (Roxette song) "I Call Your Name" was a single taken from Roxette's first album "Pearls of Passion". The single was released on 20 January 1988 and was only released in Belgium, France, Germany, Luxemburg and The Netherlands.
I Can Be a Firefighter! I Can Be a Firefighter is the 4th episode in season 3 in the Barney and Friends television show which airs on PBS. The episode features Bob West as the voice of Barney, West was featured on the show from 1992 - 2001.
I Can Do That "I Can Do That" was a quiz program for children that was produced by Yorkshire Television and aired for 4 series' on ITV from 1988 until 1991, the original host was Simon O'Brien who for the final series was replaced by Bruno Brookes.
I Can Get It for You Wholesale I Can Get It For You Wholesale is a 1962 Broadway musical, which became notable as the Broadway debut of Barbra Streisand. The book by Jerome Weidman was based on his own 1937 novel of the same title, and the music and lyrics were by Harold Rome.
I Can Hear Music "I Can Hear Music" is a song written by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector and performed by the Ronettes (1966). It was later covered by the Beach Boys (1969) and Larry Lurex (Freddie Mercury, 1973).
I Can Only Imagine "I Can Only Imagine" is a song by the contemporary Christian music group MercyMe. Published in Mercy Me's 2001 debut album Almost There, the song received major airplay on both Christian and mainstream radio.
I Can See For Miles "I Can See For Miles" is a song written by Pete Townshend of The Who, which was recorded for the band's 1967 album, The Who Sell Out. It was the only song from the album to be released as a single, on October 14th, 1967.
I Can't Believe You Said That I Can't Believe You Said That! was the title of a short-lived game show which aired from August 1998 to early 1999 on Fox Family Channel with a companion series, Outrageous and was a charter original series of the relaunched network.
I Can't Come Down "I Can't Come Down" is a song by British band Embrace and is the fourth single to lifted from their fifth album, This New Day. It was released on 4th December 2006 as the follow up to "Target".
I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playing "I Can't Dance To That Music You're Playing" is a 1969 funk-soul single by Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas. The song nearly returned the group to the top 40 on the pop singles chart peaking at number forty-two on the pop singles chart and reaching number twenty-four on the R&B singles chart.
I Can't Explain "I Can't Explain" is a song released by English rock band The Who in 1965, but primarily written by Pete Townshend and produced by Shel Talmy. It was released as the A-side of the first single the band released as "The Who" (their original name being The High Numbers).
I Can't Get Next to You "I Can't Get Next to You" is a 1969 number-one single recorded by The Temptations and produced by Norman Whitfield for the Gordy (Motown) label. The song was the number-one single on the Billboard Top Pop Singles chart for two weeks in 1969, from October 11 to October 25, replacing "Sugar, Sugar" by The Archies and replaced by "Suspicious Minds" by Elvis Presley.
I Can't Get up Today I Can't Get up Today (original Spanish title: Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar) is a Spanish musical created by Nacho Cano, former member of the band Mecano, based on 32 of the band's greatest hits and named after their first single. The musical has been running for three seasons in Madrid's Movistar Theatre and for one season in Mexico City's theatre Centro Cultural Telmex.
I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got "I Can't Give You What I Haven't Got" was the single and one of two new tracks written for the singles album From Here On In. The song is an attack on record companies that tried to change The Living End for the somewhat disappointing album Modern ARTillery.
I Can't Go for That (No Can Do) The 1982 song "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" was the fourth number-one hit single for Daryl Hall and John Oates, and the second hit single from their 1981 album Private Eyes. It ended a ten-week run at the top by Olivia Newton-John with her hit "Physical".
I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)" is a 1965 hit song recorded by The Four Tops for the Motown label. Written and produced by Motown's main production team Holland-Dozier-Holland, the song is one of the most well-known Motown tunes of the 1960s.
I Can't Live Without Music I Can't Live Without Music was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002, performed in English (the first occasion on which the German entry had not featured at least some lyrics in German) by Corinna May.
I Can't Quit You Baby "I Can't Quit You Baby" is a song written by bluesman Willie Dixon. It has been recorded by many other artists as well, most notably West Side Chicago bluesman Otis Rush, who scored a Top 10 R&B hit with the tune in 1956.
I Can't Sleep at Night Originally due to be a single in August 2005, I Can't Sleep At Night was postponed in favour of the eventually released Perfection. It was then meant to be released in February 2006 and like August 2005 was meant to launch Dannii's first album with AATW, however by now Dannii's first AATW had changed from a full studio album to a hits package.
I Can't Stop Loving You "I Can't Stop Loving You" was an international smash for legendary musician Ray Charles in 1962. Released from Charles' groundbreaking Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music album, the song (a cover version reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as the U.
I Can't Take My Eyes Off of You "I Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You " is a song in the movie which was deleted out due to some unknown reason.It is sung by Troy , Gabriella , Sharpay and Ryan in the movie , that is , Andrew Seeley , Vanessa Anne Hudgens , Ashley Tisdale and Lucas Grabeel .
I Can't Wait (Brooke McClymont song) "I Can't Wait" is a contemporary rock song written by Brooke McClymont, Christopher Ward and Matthew Gerard. McClymont recorded the song for her debut single, released in Australia on June 17, 2002 as a CD single and peaked at number forty-nine on the Australian ARIA Singles Chart.
I Can't Wait (Nu Shooz song) I Can't Wait is a song by Nu Shooz released as a single in 1986 on the album Poolside. The song is noted for its keyboard hook that sounds like a duck that's just snorted helium and for its catchy "Uh ooh oh uh oh ooh uh oh" chorus.
I Capture the Castle I Capture the Castle is Dodie Smith's first novel, and was published in 1948. Smith, who wrote the novel during a sojourn in America, was already an established playwright and later became famous for authoring the children's classic The Hundred and One Dalmatians.
I Corps (Poland) The Polish 1st Corps was a tactical unit of the Polish Army during World War II. Contrary to its name, in reality it never reached corps strength and was not used as a tactical unit until after the war, when it took part in occupation of Germany as part of the Allied forces stationed around the port of Wilhelmshaven.
I Could "I Could" is the fourth single from American Idol finalist, Kimberley Locke, and final single from her One Love album. The single was released strictly to radio and was not released as a commercial CD single.
I Could Fall in Love with You "I Could Fall in Love with You" is a song recorded by English synthpop duo Erasure. Written by band members Vince Clarke and Andy Bell, the track is scheduled to be the first single released from Erasure's thirteenth studio album Light at the End of the World.
I Could Have Danced All Night "I Could Have Danced All Night" is a song from the musical My Fair Lady, with music written by Frederick Loewe and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, published in 1956. The song is sung by the play's heroine, Eliza Doolittle, expressing her exhilaration and excitement after an impromptu dance with her tutor Henry Higgins.
I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You) "I Could Never Love Another (After Loving You)" is a single recorded by The Temptations and released on Motown Records' Gordy label during the spring of 1968 (see 1968 in music). The single is notable as the final composition of lyricist Roger Penzabene, and as the final Temptations single to feature David Ruffin as lead singer.
I Cried for You "I Cried for You"/"Just like Heaven" is the fifth single by Georgian born songstress Katie Melua and is the second single from her album, Piece by Piece. The single is a double A-side consisting of one of Melua's own compositions, "I Cried for You" and a cover of The Cureâ€™s song "Just like Heaven", the latter of which was became the theme song of the film Just like Heaven.
I dag & i morgon I dag & i morgon was released on 12 April 2006 and is an compilation album from Swedish pop and country singer Kikki Danielsson. The album also contains four new recordings: "Yesterday Once More", "Looking for Freedom", "Blue Virgin Isles" and "New Kid in Town".
I due Foscari I due Foscari (The Two Foscaris) is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Francesco Maria Piave, based on a historical play The Two Foscari by Lord Byron. First performance: Teatro Argentina, Rome, November 3 1844.
I Did What I Did for Maria I Did What I Did For Maria was a Top 20 hit in 1971 for Tony Christie. The song is about a widower who, on the eve of his execution, recalls how he avenged his dead wife with no visible remorse, hence the title.
I Didn't Want to Need You "I Didn't Want to Need You" is a song recorded by American rock band Heart. It was composed by veteran songwriter Diane Warren and released as the second single from the band's tenth studio album Brigade.
I Die: You Die "I Die: You Die" is a Gary Numan single from 1980. Released shortly before his fourth album, Telekon, it continued the anthemic synth rock style Numan had begun earlier in the year with "We Are Glass".
I Died a Thousand Times I Died a Thousand Times is a 1955 film noir directed by Stuart Heisler. Released November 9, 1955 and starring Jack Palance as paroled bank robber Roy Earle, the film also features a supporting cast of Shelley Winters, Lee Marvin, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Lon Chaney, Jr..
I Disappear (single) I Disappear is the first single off the album, Wet From Birth by The Faint, released October 12, 2004 on Saddle Creek Records. Its infectious beats, screeching guitars, and lyrical exploration encompass the unity of these varied elements.
I Do (disambiguation) "I Do" is the traditional phrase used at a wedding by bride and groom to show their desire to wed, in response to the questions "Do you take this man to be your lawfully wedded husband?" and "Do you take this woman to be your lawfully wedded wife?
I Do (Jamelia song) "I Do" is the second single from British R&B artist Jamelia. "I Do" was the first single from her debut album Drama and was her first UK top 40 hit, peaking at #36 on the UK Singles Chart.
I Don't Give a Fuck I Don't Give a Fuck is a song by Tupac and is in the fourth track from his first album: 2pacalypse Now, that came out in 1991. This song appeared on 2004's video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas in the radio station: Radio Los Santos.
I Don't Mind "I Don't Mind" is a poem, later a song, written by Peter Bingen while working at Cypher's Mine in Philmont Scout Ranch. The song, later recorded by an ad-hoc "band" of Philmont staff members styling themselves "The Tobasco Donkeys", has since become an integral part of Philmont culture and Scouting culture in general.
I Don't Need a Man "I Don't Need a Man" is the fifth single released from the The Pussycat Dolls' debut album PCD (2005). The European and Canadian release date for the single was September 25, 2006, and the release date in Australia (according to HMV) is October 21.
I Don't Need Anything "I Don't Need Anything" is the twelfth single by 1960s British girl singer Sandie Shaw. Released in January 1967, this ballad was her first A-side since "(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me" back in 1964 that was not written by Chris Andrews.
I Don't Wanna Cry "I Don't Wanna Cry" is a song written by Mariah Carey and Narada Michael Walden, and produced by Walden for Carey's debut album Mariah Carey (1990). It was released as the album's fourth single in the second quarter of 1991 (see 1991 in music).
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" is a hit single by American rock band Aerosmith. It was taken from the Armageddon soundtrack and debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the first and only song by a rock band to debut at #1 The song stayed at number one for four weeks from September 5] to [[September 26, 1998.
I Dood It I Dood It is the title of a 1943 musical-comedy motion picture produced by MGM and starring Red Skelton and Eleanor Powell. The rather ungrammatical title was thought to have derived from one of Skelton's own catchphrases of the day, but instead it came from the song itself, I Dood It!
I Dream I Dream was a half-hour-long British children's musical television comedy programme aimed at and mostly about teenagers, which aired in 2004 (see 2004 in television). It was set at an esteemed performing arts college near Barcelona, Spain, and it focused on thirteen youths who are invited to enrol at the college, which is named Avalon Heights, over the summer.
I Dreamed of Africa I Dreamed of Africa is a 2000 film starring Kim Basinger, Vincent Perez, Eve Marie Saint, Garrett Strommen, Liam Aiken and Shannon Esra. It is based on the autobiography of Kuki Gallman, an Italian who moved to Kenya and became involved in conservation work.