Unfamiliar with this week's tune? Hear it here.
2) Paula reassures her lover that she can't be swayed by another man, even if he gave her diamonds or pearls. Tell us about a piece of jewelry that means something to you. Well, my wedding ring did. It was braided white gold with little diamonds set in the braid. I haven't seen it since my cat stole it several months ago. I guess I could tell you about something else, so I choose my grandmother's little, gold, heart locket. She wanted a locket very badly and no one ever got her one so she bought it herself. When we cleaned out her home they gave it to me as it has a photo of my grandfather in one side and my son in the other. I never wear it, but it means a lot to me.
4) Paula has been dancing since age 8 and moves very well in heels. Tell us about your favorite shoes. It's either my Vionic flip-flops or my Merrell clogs. Both are favorites because my feet hurt less in them than anything else.
8) In 1989, when this song was a hit, the Sears Holiday Wish Book was big on bathrobes. Men and women alike were tempted with brightly colored, belted robes with hoods and patch pockets. Tell us about your bathrobe. It's a thick, fuzzy, fleece in a leopard print. I love a comfy bathrobe you can snuggle into.
9) Random question: What do you consider your best quality? I don't know. I'm pretty good at letting go of stuff and forgiving people. I'm also good at staying calm in tough situations.