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Ellen Foley recalls her epic duet with Meat Loaf: 'Stop right there!'

Added 01-23-22 05:43:02am EST - “Ellen Foley credits with launching her career in music to a duet with Meat Loaf, who died Thursday at age 74.” - Foxnews.com

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"Stop Right There!" Three words of warning — and three words that Ellen Foley credits with launching her career in music.

It was Foley who belted out the words to Meat Loaf about halfway through their eight-and-a-half minute duet "Paradise By the Dashboard Light," the epic seduction song on his mega-selling 1977 "Bat Out of Hell" album.

Foley is now looking back on the singular experience of making the memorable song as she recalls Meat Loaf and a "beautiful, feisty, joyful friendship" that began in her early 20s. Meat Loaf, born Marvin Lee Aday, died on Thursday at 74.

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