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  • Footloose
  • Footloose
  • Footloose
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  • Caution: Monsters' elemental/neutral damage is modified by their statistics, which are in majority unknown.
  • Footloose es una canción co-escrita y grabada por el cantautor estadounidense Kenny Loggins. Fue lanzado en enero de 1984 como el primero de los dos singles de Loggins de la película de 1984 del mismo nombre. La letra describe a un joven que no puede dejar de bailar y anima a otros a hacer lo mismo: "se liberan" (Cut Footloose), como sugiere el coro. Esta canción aparece en el episodio "El Video del Karaoke", donde Papaleta lo canta en el Karaoke de Carrey O'Key.
  • "Footloose" is a song by Kenny Loggins {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"
  • You're playing so cool Obeying every rule Deep way down in your heart You're burning yearning for some Somebody to tell you That life ain't passing you by I'm trying to tell you It will if you don't even try Tonight I gotta cut loose, footloose Kick off your Sunday shoes Oo-wee Marie, shake it, shake it for me Woah, Milo, come on, come on let's go Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose Footloose, footloose Kick off your Sunday shoes Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees
  • Footloose is an achievement in Fable: The Journey. It is unlocked during The Scratchvein Hobbes when Gabriel uses his Will powers to detach Fergus from the rope he is dangling from, effectively freeing him from the hobbes in Thorndeep.
  • The name Footloose refers to several versions of the same character. * Footloose (RAH) * Footloose (Movie)
  • "Footloose" is a song co-written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins. It was released in January 1984 as the first two singles by Loggins from the 1984 film of the same name (the other one being "I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man)"). It is from the musical Bob the Builder, sung by Bob and Ensemble.
  • thumb|263pxFootloose es una película estadounidense estrenada en 1984 e inspirada en hechos reales ocurridos en la pequeña comunidad rural religiosa de Elmore City, Oklahoma.
  • "Footloose" is the title song from the film, Footloose. The song was featured in the Season Two episode, "Roger Ebert Should Lay off the Fatty Foods".
  • Footloose is a 2014 American romance drama dance film directed by Craig Brewer. It is a remake of the 1984 and 2011 film of the same name. This films stars
  • Footloose's primary military specialty is infantry, and his secondary military specialty is special services (basketball coach). He was his high school valedictorian, captain of the track team, and an Eagle scout. While going for his degree in Physical Education on a state scholarship, he suddenly dropped out and moved to the coast for about three years. He spent time there pondering the pointlessness of his existence, when he decided to join the Army. After basic training and AIT at Fort Benning, he graduated jump school and the desert training unit. Footloose is a qualified expert in all NATO and Warsaw Pact small arms.
  • The origins of many Cobra operatives are easily bizarre enough but to have that same strangeness exist in a member of the Joe Team? FOOTLOOSE had it all. Highly intelligent valedictorian in high school, track team captain, gone to university on a state scholarship, an upbeat life anyone can be envious of. For some inexplicable reason, the man just went off the public radar, leaving his past and achievements. The people who last saw him then described him that he has started acting weird. And just like that, he was gone for three years before he resurfaced as a soldier in the Army. His behavior still puts off a lot of people. It's as if he is continually pondering his direction and thinking something is bigger out there. As nutty as he may seem, it should be of some comfort that he is a rel
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  • 30
Bass
  • 5
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Pro Keys
  • 2
Pro Guitar
  • 4
Pro Drums
  • 3
Harmonies
  • 5
Requires
  • He’s holding out for a Hero.
Pro Bass
  • 5
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Drums
  • 3
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  • N/A
Faction
Album
  • Footloose Soundtrack
Vocals
  • 5
Division
Name
  • Footloose
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Function
  • Infantry
Keys
  • 2
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  • 20
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  • Swashbuckling Bandit
Description
  • Increases MP for a short period of time.
  • "Footloose" is a song originally performed by Kenny Loggins that is covered by The Chipmunks in the Alvin and the Chipmunks episode Snow Job.
Performer
  • Kenny Loggins
Guitar
  • 4
Episode
  • "Roger Ebert Should Lay off the Fatty Foods"
Video
  • The Chipmunks-Footloose
Band
  • 4
Writer
  • Kenny Loggins
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  • Caution: Monsters' elemental/neutral damage is modified by their statistics, which are in majority unknown.
  • Footloose es una canción co-escrita y grabada por el cantautor estadounidense Kenny Loggins. Fue lanzado en enero de 1984 como el primero de los dos singles de Loggins de la película de 1984 del mismo nombre. La letra describe a un joven que no puede dejar de bailar y anima a otros a hacer lo mismo: "se liberan" (Cut Footloose), como sugiere el coro. Esta canción aparece en el episodio "El Video del Karaoke", donde Papaleta lo canta en el Karaoke de Carrey O'Key.
  • "Footloose" is a song by Kenny Loggins {| class="collapsible collapsed" style="width: 100%; text-align: center;"
  • The origins of many Cobra operatives are easily bizarre enough but to have that same strangeness exist in a member of the Joe Team? FOOTLOOSE had it all. Highly intelligent valedictorian in high school, track team captain, gone to university on a state scholarship, an upbeat life anyone can be envious of. For some inexplicable reason, the man just went off the public radar, leaving his past and achievements. The people who last saw him then described him that he has started acting weird. And just like that, he was gone for three years before he resurfaced as a soldier in the Army. His behavior still puts off a lot of people. It's as if he is continually pondering his direction and thinking something is bigger out there. As nutty as he may seem, it should be of some comfort that he is a reliable man in combat and one of the best out there in the field. FOOTLOOSE makes himself feel right at home in any environment. However, he enjoys the challenges of trekking through jungle locales the best. If you ask him, he'll tell you something about feeling a connection with everything from the dangerous wildlife all the way down to the pesky mosquitoes. On the flip side, he's the one carrying the latest assault rifle and portable rocket launcher to handle any situation that goes bad. His teammates respect him, although they still think he acts a little weird sometimes.
  • You're playing so cool Obeying every rule Deep way down in your heart You're burning yearning for some Somebody to tell you That life ain't passing you by I'm trying to tell you It will if you don't even try Tonight I gotta cut loose, footloose Kick off your Sunday shoes Oo-wee Marie, shake it, shake it for me Woah, Milo, come on, come on let's go Lose your blues, everybody cut footloose Footloose, footloose Kick off your Sunday shoes Please, Louise, pull me off of my knees
  • Footloose is an achievement in Fable: The Journey. It is unlocked during The Scratchvein Hobbes when Gabriel uses his Will powers to detach Fergus from the rope he is dangling from, effectively freeing him from the hobbes in Thorndeep.
  • The name Footloose refers to several versions of the same character. * Footloose (RAH) * Footloose (Movie)
  • "Footloose" is a song co-written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins. It was released in January 1984 as the first two singles by Loggins from the 1984 film of the same name (the other one being "I'm Free (Heaven Helps the Man)"). It is from the musical Bob the Builder, sung by Bob and Ensemble.
  • thumb|263pxFootloose es una película estadounidense estrenada en 1984 e inspirada en hechos reales ocurridos en la pequeña comunidad rural religiosa de Elmore City, Oklahoma.
  • "Footloose" is the title song from the film, Footloose. The song was featured in the Season Two episode, "Roger Ebert Should Lay off the Fatty Foods".
  • Footloose's primary military specialty is infantry, and his secondary military specialty is special services (basketball coach). He was his high school valedictorian, captain of the track team, and an Eagle scout. While going for his degree in Physical Education on a state scholarship, he suddenly dropped out and moved to the coast for about three years. He spent time there pondering the pointlessness of his existence, when he decided to join the Army. After basic training and AIT at Fort Benning, he graduated jump school and the desert training unit. Footloose is a qualified expert in all NATO and Warsaw Pact small arms. He first appeared in the Sunbow G.I. Joe first season episode "The Further Adventures of G.I. Joe". His personality is portrayed as usually in a zen state of mind, and who is frequently out of touch with reality. He is featured in the episode 'Excalibur'. He was seen in a Public Service Announcement on what to do if someone gets a nosebleed.
  • Footloose is a 2014 American romance drama dance film directed by Craig Brewer. It is a remake of the 1984 and 2011 film of the same name. This films stars