Rod stewart - that's what friends are for

Rod may have won this time around, but I keep telling myself that one day he'll try that again and something will go horribly wrong. He'll be forced to go home and explain to his miserable wife how he got his penis caught in a CD-ROM drive. Who'll have the last laugh then, Mr. Stewart?

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Stewart gets audiences on their feet with a set list of the iconic rock and R & B favorites that have defined Stewart’s five-decade-long career. Beloved songs such as “Maggie May,” “You Wear it Well,” “Hot Legs,” “You’re in My Heart,” “Da Ya Think I’m Sexy,” “Tonight’s The Night” and “Some Guys Have All the Luck” make the night especially memorable.

1 Although "Reason to Believe" was the A-side, the single was listed on the UK chart as Maggie May/Reason to Believe.
2 "In a Broken Dream" was credited to Python Lee Jackson and released as a single in late 1969. However, the single did not chart in the UK until 1972.
3 "What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out of Me)" was released as a double A-side with "Angel" in the UK and Ireland.
4 "You Can Make Me Dance ..." was credited to Rod Stewart/Faces, at least in the UK. [47]
5 "Sailing" was in 1976 used as the theme music for the BBC documentary series Sailor , about HMS Ark Royal , and when it was subsequently re-released it reached number 3 in the UK Singles Chart . 1987 the song made a new chart appearance in UK when re-released as a charity single after the Zeebrugge ferry disaster, reaching number 41 on the chart. The 1987 release also made number 30 in Ireland.
6 "The First Cut Is the Deepest" and "I Don't Want to Talk About It" were released as a double A-side in the UK in 1977. Internationally, the former was released in 1977 and the latter in 1979. However, a newly recorded version of "I Don't Want to Talk About It", included on the Stewart anthology Storyteller , was a number 2 hit on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart in 1990; it did not chart on the Billboard Hot 100 as it was not available as a retail single.

According to reports, the Everton striker's bosses are pissed -- and he could get hit with a $415,000 fine over the incident. 

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