80’s & 90’s Music

80’s & 90’s Songs

OKAY – if I have 60’s & 70’s – I might as well start on an 80’s & 90’s page too! It is still hard for me to believe that these are still about 20+ years old!!! And these are password protected. Please Search for the selection (if the link is not live)


  1. Wind of Change by the Scorpions – 1991
  2. Kokomo – still working on
  3. I Just Called to Say I Love You – still working on
  4. Key Largo
  5. SpongeBob SquarePants Theme key of G 1999
  6. On the Road Again (Willie Nelson) 1980
  7. God Bless the U.S.A. 1984


  1. (In The Arms Of The) Angel 1998
  2. Could I Have This Dance (Urban Cowboy) 1980
  3. From a Distance (Grammy 1991)
  4. Endless Love (1981 Nominated Golden Globe)
  5. Hallelujah By Cohen – 1984
  6. I Will Always Love You (Body Guard) (1973) (’92 Movie) ’94 Grammy
  7. I’ve Had the Time of My Life (Dirty Dancing) 1987 (Level 4)
  8. Love You Every Second
  9. My Heart Will Go On (Titanic 1997)
  10. Open Arms 1981
  11. The Prayer 1999 (Full 5 piece Ensemble) 1999 (Golden Globe, Nominated Academy Award & Grammy
  12. Say You, Say Me (1985 Academy Award & Golden Globe Award)
  13. Up Where We Belong (Academy Award 1983)
  14. The Wind Beneath My Wings 1990 (Level 3)
  15. Under the Sea (1989 Academy Award – 1991 Grammy)
  16. Workin’ 9 to 5 (Academy Award Nominated
  17. You Raised Me Up (Full Ensemble) (2003) 1980)

2 thoughts on “80’s & 90’s Music”

  1. What a Motivator! What an Innovator! Thank you Shelia for your passion, work and willingness to share! I have a personal request to your version of the “Scorpions” hit, Wind of Change. The band now has an accordion Intro for this particular song. It was a big hit when the Wall came down in Berlin in 1989. Thanks, and keep up the great site and I will get my donation out to you asap. Larry

  2. This is very nice. I haven’t been able to get totally into what you are doing, but what I can see of it at this time is most impressive. I grew up from a 10 year old when my dad got me an accordion (that I dearly loved then and now) but have been in a minority world in the South. I only knew one other kid who played an accordion and there was not place in the high school band or orchestra for an according. It is a great instrument, that has been undervalued in the areas I have lived. I am so glad you are giving it some reputability and making it available to young and old people like me. With electronics, the Internet, etc. etc. I see a new life ahead for this happy musical instrument.



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