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Old 04-25-2008, 07:27 AM   #1
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Default Anyone remember "Moonlight Love"?

I've been watching Happy Days recently and I had forgotten how good a lot of the music is. It's on Mon - Fri on a station called CKES (I have no idea where they're located) and currently they're airing season 6. When I watched it 30 years ago I had never heard of Suzi Quatro. Now I know who she is. Did you know that Elvis Presley was Suzi's idol and he liked Suzi's version of "All Shook Up" so much that he invited her to Graceland? Well, recently they had the 5th episode (there were only 7) with Leather Tuscadero. She sings "Moonlight Love" and "Do The Fonzie". Moonlight Love is definitely my favorite performance of Suzi's on Happy Days. I was lucky enough to get it on tape. It's also pretty funny. Ron Howard is hilarious pretending to play the saxophone. Did she write the song? If she didn't write it, who did? I can hardly find any info on it - just 1 or 2 sites where they mention that she sang it on the show. Suzi Quatro discography sites don't mention it which I suppose means she didn't write it, unless she wrote it specifically for the show. In that case, maybe she doesn't own it and that's why those sites don't mention it. I don't know. Any info would be appreciated.
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"Moonlight Love" is probably my fav of her songs, and "Do the Fonzie" is my least favorite...
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"Moonlight Love" is probably my fav of her songs, and "Do the Fonzie" is my least favorite...
When you say "her songs", that sounds to me like she wrote them. I don't know if she wrote "Moonlight Love". That's what I've been trying to figure out. However, she didn't write "Do the Fonzie", fortunately. In the credits of that episode was the name of the woman who wrote it. Moonlight Love is a good song. Do the Fonzie is a silly meaningless tune. Just FYI so you don't think Suzi wrote that silly tune.
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I like both songs and I was wondering if anyone can find the lyrics for both songs please
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Here's the IMDB info on this episode's soundtracks-

Stolen Melodies (1979)

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Moonlight Love
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Written and performed by Suzi Quatro

Do The Fonzie!
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Music and lyrics by Jim Dunne
Performed by Suzi Quatro
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