Bette Midler

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Eligible since: 1997 (The 1998 Induction Ceremony)

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The Rose * Wind Beneath My Wings * From A Distance * Every Road Leads Back To You

Posted by Roy on Wednesday, 04.11.12 @ 07:51am


Bette Midler isn't just a celebrated stage singer with a wonderful voice, but she's also a good actress too.

Songs like "The Rose" and "Wind Beneath My Wings" are pure examples of her lust vocals and her incredible deliverly.

Posted by Andrew on Sunday, 12.1.13 @ 23:05pm


Wind Beneath My Wings

I've taken you for granted, but I've always loved you.... even though my actions never showed that.

I am selfish.
I say I don't need you.
But in reality, I do because you support me in so many ways.

A hymn to selfishness - "I'm a big star and you are nobody. But take it from me, it has been a lot of fun standing on your face for the last thirty years."

A DESPICABLE song. Almost as nasty and vicious as 'My Way'.

Posted by Boaster on Tuesday, 09.16.14 @ 07:40am


I just learned that Wind Beneath My Wings was not an original Bette Midler song. The song was recorded by seven different artists between 1982 and 1983: Bob Montgomery, Roger Whittaker, Colleen Hewett, Sheena Easton, Lou Rawls, and Gladys Knight and the Pips. The song was written by Jeff Silbar and Larry Henley.

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 03.17.15 @ 21:01pm


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