This power ballad is one of those songs you either love or hate, but my favourite part is the "ay,ay,ay,ay..." section, as you can sing it out loud without the need to remember the words! 

The song was taken from the album Double Crossed, spent one week at No.1 in the UK during November 1984, but was knocked off the top spot by Frankie Goes to Hollywood with The Power of Love, which also spent just one week at No.1.

The video clip features a performance on Top Of The Pops, and you also get to see a Top Ten rundown with Radio One DJ presenters Peter Powell (who's wearing a "Feed The World" T-Shirt) and Janice Long.

Jim Diamond passed away on 10th October 2015.

Jim Diamond

Jack 'N' Chill - The Jack That House Built

Jackson Five  Can You Feel It?

Jaki Graham

Jaki Graham and David Grant  Could It Be I'm Falling In Love

James Brown

Janet Jackson  What Have You Done For Me Lately?

Jan Hammer  Crockett's Theme

Jason Donovan  Everyday (I Love You More)

Jason Donovan  Sealed With A Kiss

Jean Michel Jarre

Jennifer Rush

Jimmy Nail  Love Don't Live Here Anymore

Jimmy Somerville Surprises a Street Musician in Berlin

Jive Bunny and The Mastermixers  Swing The Mood

Joan Jett & The Blackhearts  I Love Rock 'N Roll 

Jo Boxers  The Boxer Beat

Jody Watley

John Lennon  Woman 

Johnny Mathis - When A Child Is Born

Jon & Vangelis  I Hear You Now 

Jona Lewie  You'll Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties

Jona Lewie  Stop The Cavalry 

Judas Priest  Breaking The Law 

Junior Giscombe  Mama Used To Say and other hits