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"Runaway" is a 1995 single by Janet Jackson, and the first single from Janet's greatest hits album, "Design of a Decade 1986/1996". The song was written and produced by Janet, Jimmy Jam, and Terry Lewis. It was one of two new songs included on the greatest hits album Design of a Decade 1986/1996.
"Runaway" (Shannon-Crook) was a number-one Billboard Hot 100 song in 1961 by Del Shannon. It is notable for its use of the Clavioline, an early form of synthesizer played by Max Crook, who referred to his heavily-modified instrument as the "Musitron". The following year champagne music maker Lawrence Welk who hosted a music tv series released and had a hit with the song.
"Runaway (song)" redirects here. For the 1995 single by Janet Jackson, see Runaway (Janet Jackson song).
Runaway was an hour-long drama series that debuted on The CW Television Network on September 25, 2006. The series was created by Darren Star and was produced and distributed by Sony Pictures Television. Along with The Game, it was one of only two series on the new network not to be inherited as previously aired from either of its predecessor networks, The WB and UPN.
Runaway was the Estonian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2002, which took place in Tallinn, Estonia. It was performed in English by Sahlene (Anna Cecilia Sahlin).
Runaway is a 1983 Bon Jovi song. However, the song was written and recorded by Jon Bon Jovi (then still under his given name, John Bongiovi) before the formation of the band Bon Jovi.
Runaway is the debut single by the Irish family band the Corrs. It was first released in September 1995, and had bad chart success except in Ireland, where it reached #7. In the UK singles chart, it reached #42.
"Runaway" is the fourth single released from ii O's debut album, Poetica.
Runaway is a 2006 single by the British band Jamiroquai, taken from their 2006 greatest hits album, High Times: Singles 1992-2006. The song can be interpreted as a rant at the band's/Jason's then-was record label, Sony BMG, who he signed an 8-album contract with, because it seems that the label has a leash on the band's creative influence in the records. This is backed up by Jason's rather loud exclamation of the words "Runaway...