The Enjoyments - It's Ten O'Clock (Do You Know Where Your Children Are?) album FLAC
Do you know where your children are?" is a question used as a public service announcement (PSA) for parents on American television especially from the late 1960s through the late 1980s. One of the first adopters of the phrase was Mel Epstein, the Director of On-Air Promotions at New York's WNEW-TV, who began using the phrase in 1967 in response to rising crime in the city. Another hypothesis has the phrase originating at "a small ABC affiliate in western New York", referring to WKBW-TV in Buffalo.
Five O'Clock - When The Cat's Away, We Are Five O'Clock. Jimmy Witherspoon - Blues Around The Clock. Body 13 - And I Will Kill Her Children With Death. Eddie Rambeau - Clock, If I Were You. Uncle Mac And The Kiddie Playhouse - The Clock That Wouldn't Talk. Tim Bryman's Black Devil Four, Palmetto Jazz Quartette - Aunt Hagar's Children Blues, My Jazz Gal. Ann Grayson - Nine O'Clock. Whooliganz - Proposed Album I Care Because You Do. Moodymann - JAN. Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).
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It's only eight o'clock. VANESSA: I don't feel well, Ответ (I, have) an early night. I hope Ответ (you, feel) better in the morning. VANESSA: So do I. Ответ (I, meet) my new boss at ten o'clock. MICK: I think Ответ (I, make) some tea when the news Ответ (finish). Mick is watching television when his sister Vanessa comes into the room. MICK: What are you doing in your dressing-gown? It's only eight o'clock? VANESSA: I don't feel well, I am going to have an early night. I hope you'll feel better in the morning. I am meeting my new boss at ten o'clock. MICK: I think I'll make some tea when the news finishes. Shall I bring you a cup?
Because it's now twelve o'clock If they're somewhere out on the street Just imagine how scared they are. Save me (from this living hell) Save me (cause I don't wanna know) Save me. Now she's on the move, she's off to Hollywood She says she wanna be a star, she heard the money's good She gets off from the train station, the man is waiting there "I'll show you where the money is, girl just let down your hair" He's taking her on the streets, of Sunset Boulevard She's selling . Discuss the Do You Know Where Your Children Are Lyrics with the community: Citation.
News anchor Tom Gregory started using the question to kick off each nightly broadcast of his Faces and Places in the News show. When Faces and Places was replaced by The 10 O'Clock News, the on-air and backstage personnel may have changed, but the catchphrase remained the same.
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- Producer – George Davis
NotesOfficial Release on Green Label.
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