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But if any of the boys decline me because of my situation then I just know they’re not right for me at all.'Jazz, who has a sister and two brothers, said as a toddler she knew she wanted to be a girl and would unsnap her onsies to make it look like a dress.

If people called her a 'good boy' she would correct them, saying she was a good girl.

When asked if she was worried about finding a boyfriend, she calmly replies: 'I am a little bit.

"Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe" is sweet and a whole lot of fun, as any partner should be. Be my wife." The nakedness of that declaration retains its power, no matter what suspicions you might have over its likely outcome. George Harrison, "What is Life" (1970) Coming early on George Harrison's first solo album, "What is Life" remains one of the sweetest pop tunes ever produced by the brilliant, reserved ex-Beatle.

— , Carly Simon's quintessential power ballad (written by Marvin Hamlisch and Carole Bayer Sager) is an overwhelming ode to He Who Does It Best. Weaving his characteristic devotional sensibilities into otherwise lighter lyrics, Harrison also delivers a euphoric sax/trumpet/tambourine combination that complements his signature guitar and vocal work.

Chest hair, medallions, polyester, butterfly collars, bell bottoms, skin-tight t-shirts, sandals, leisure suits, flower patterned dress shirts, sideburns and, yes, tennis headbands.

There is one common theme throughout fashion in the 1970s: pants were tight fitting.