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While the late Donna Summer logged many hits over the course of her career, she’ll likely best be remembered for “Last Dance.”  Her 1978 classic leads the way in an”Today” show poll, earning 28-point-five-percent of the vote.  “Last Dance” far outpaces “She Works Hard For the Money,” which lands in second place on the list with 13-percent naming it as their favorite.  The race for third place is tight, with nine-percent saying Summer’s best song is “On the Radio,” eight-point-nine-percent giving the nod to her first number one hit, “Love to Love You Baby,” and eight-point-eight-percent naming “MacArthur Park” as their favorite. 

Just under seven-percent are fans of Donna’s 1979 chart-topper “Hot Stuff.”  Just over six-percent like “Dim All the Lights” the best, while just under six-percent prefer “Bad Girls.”  “I Feel Love,” the Barbra Streisand duet “No More Tears (Enough Is Enough),” and “Heaven Knows” each earned less than five-percent of the vote to round out the list. 


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05-18-2012 00:13:17