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North wrote the music as a theme for the little-known prison film Unchained Todd Duncan sang the vocals for the film soundtrack. It has since become a standard and one of the most recorded songs of the 20th century, most notably by the Righteous Brothers. Hatfield changed the melody in the final verse and many subsequent covers of the song are based on his version. The Righteous Brothers recording achieved a second round of great popularity when featured in the film Ghost in
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The Righteous Brothers. Photo taken at Knott's Berry Farm. Such a beautiful song and one that every girl in was hoping the DJ would play so she could slow dance with her favorite beau. This was the ultimate make up—and make out—song. The song was originally written as part of a score for a movie called "Unchained" which was based on a book published by Kenyon Judson Scudder in
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