Faith (George Michael song)

Song written and performed by George Michael, from his 1987 debut solo album of the same name.

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His dream is a series of music video spoofs which include in order: "Faith" by George Michael, "Every Little Step" by Bobby Brown, "Vogue" by Madonna, "Rhythm Nation" by Janet Jackson, "Thriller" by Michael Jackson, and "Baby Don't Forget My Number" by Milli Vanilli.


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The change took place at midnight on that date; the first song on Sunny FM was "Faith" by George Michael (serving as a tribute to Michael, as he had died on Christmas Day).

Sergey Lazarev

Russian singer, dancer and actor.

Lazarev in 2016
Lazarev in 2015.
Lazarev wins the 2012 Video Music Awards.
Lazarev at Eurovision Song Contest 2016.
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The release of the album was followed by the promotional tour in the South-Eastern Asia, during which the band shot a video clip for the cover-version of George Michael's song "Faith" in Shanghai.

List of number-one singles of 1987 (Canada)

Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000.

American rock band Los Lobos spent seven weeks at number one with their version of "La Bamba", the most successful record of the year.
Pop rock band the Bangles reached number one in January with their song "Walk Like an Egyptian".
Australasian band Crowded House ascended to number one in May with "Don't Dream It's Over".
"Looking for a New Love" gave Jody Watley a Canadian number-one hit when it topped the RPM chart in June.
English rock band T'Pau obtained a number-one hit in August with "Heart and Soul".
Billy Idol's live recording of "Mony Mony" spent four weeks at number one in October and November.

Bruce Hornsby and the Range achieved the first number-one single of the year, "The Way It Is", while George Michael became the final musician to peak at the top spot during the year with "Faith".

List of number-one singles of 1988 (Canada)

Canadian magazine that published the best-performing singles of Canada from 1964 to 2000.

Trinidadian-English singer Billy Ocean remained at number one for a four-week spell with "Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car", eventually claiming 1988's highest-selling single with the aforementioned record.
George Michael scored four different number-one singles in 1988: "Faith", "One More Try", "Monkey", "Kissing a Fool".
Rick Astley spent eight weeks at number one with three hits: "Never Gonna Give You Up", "Together Forever", and "It Would Take a Strong Strong Man".
Pet Shop Boys' rendition of "Always on My Mind" spent two issues at number one in late May.
Elton John's "I Don't Wanna Go On with You Like That" gave him three weeks at number one in 1988.
With "Look Away", American rock band Chicago were the last act to top the RPM singles chart in 1988.

"Faith" by George Michael held the top position from 1987 into 1988, and Chicago achieved the final number-one hit of the year with "Look Away".

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In addition to the lead ballad "열정 (My Everything)", the single included a cover of George Michael's single "Faith".

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3) "Faith" - Limp Bizkit

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Neil Turbin Live Rocktower Germany 2009

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8) George Michael - "Faith" (1987)