‘Givin’Up, Givin’In, the song that made Prince Charles dance

Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, revealed this Sunday that the song “Givin’Up, Givin’In” by American women’s soul ensemble The Three Degrees “was so catchy” that it prompted him to dance when he was young.

Carlos talks about his favorite music while participating in the Hospital Radio and Television Association radio program (HBA, in English), on the eve of the 73rd anniversary of the founding of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) on Monday.

In the “Music and memories” room, the 72-year-old prince offers a list of his thirteen favorite songs – which will be posted on the Spotify music server -, including “Don’t rain on my parade”, from America’s Barbra Streisand as well.

Also among her favorite songs are the French classic “La Vie En Rose”, by Edith Piaf; “Upside Down” by Detroit diva Diana Ross; “Voice”, by Ireland’s Eimear Quinn; “Click song”, by Miriam Makeba from South Africa; or “You’re a Lady”, by British singer-songwriter Peter Skellern.

“Givin’Up, Givin’In is one of my favorites and, long ago, it evoked an irresistible urge to get up and dance,” said Carlos, who also said that “Lulu is back in town”, by American “crooner” Dick Powell pleased him because it reminded him of his grandmother.

The prince’s intervention in this space is one of the events planned for this Sunday on the so-called NHS Day of Appreciation, promoted by non-governmental organizations, after yesterday many monuments, churches and vaccination centers were illuminated across the country in honor of health. sector.

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