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|"A point in every direction is the same as having no point at all." - Harry Nilsson|
who had the number one song in America with "Without You", this week in 1972.
Did You Know?
Although he wrote many hit songs for other artists, Harry Nilsson's first U.S. chart success was "Everybody's Talkin'", written by Fred Neil.
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