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1. Billy Bland, in 1960. After offering suggestions to another artist in a studio, it was Bland's version that was recorded.
2. "For Your Eyes Only," by Sheena Easton. Blondie also wrote a theme song by the same name, but the studio went with Easton singing another version by the film's composer.
3. Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds. The section is in Indianapolis, where he was born.
4. "Anticipation," in 1971. From the 1970s into the '80s, the song was used to promote a thick ketchup that poured very slowly.
5. "Easier Said Than Done," by The Essex in 1964. The Essex were active-duty Marines who first met while stationed in Okinawa. Group member William Linton wrote the song to the rhythm of the teletype machine in his office.

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