The song is called Ooh La La by The Faces. It was sung by The Faces in 1973 without Rod Stewart and was Ronnie Lanes last hit. If you search the song on www.YouTube.com you will find a good version by The Coors and Rod Stewart as well a solo song by Rod Stewart. The song never made it as a big hit, just an album cut, but as always it takes a movie or a commericial to bring back many good songs that never made it. My hats off to the writers of commericals and movies to find such rare greats. Written by: East Coast DJ's of Philadelphia Original Version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYPTX12L5Uw&feature=related Not sure who recorded the version on the Blue Cross commercial; but the song is "ooh la la" by the late Ronnie Lane. He was in a group from the 60's calls the Small Faces, had a long career and wrote some terrific music. His version is available on the CD "Live in Austin" and on the CD "Lucky Seven" recorded with Clapton.
Oh, see this link for the background... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ooh_La_La_(album).
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The correct answer to your question, after much research, is: A Bell Will Ring by Oasis For the Texas Blue Cross Blue Shield Commercial the song is named "Home" and Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros sing it.
The song you're referring to is "Ooh La La" by the band Faces. It was originally released in 1973 and has been featured in various commercials and movies over the years.
The song is "There Goes My Love" with the Danish band The Blue Van, from their album "Man Up".
Anthem Insurance use to be an insurance company. It no longer goes by the name anthem insurance. It now is Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. that name is used in 11 states. you can go to http://www.individualhealthquotes.com/zip/anthem-blue-cross-blue-shield.jsp?lst=bw&link_id=1000 to get more information.
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A white diagnonal cross (saltire) on a sky blue background is the correct colour. Many cheap copies of the scottish flag appear to be more of a dark blue / navy colour but this is incorrect The official colour of blue endorsed by the Scottish Parliament is Pantone 300.
Sure. Although most insurance type contracts and companies have some State oversight to prevent, or compensate, under such an event.
Brandyn Cross goes by Brandy.
Fred Cross goes by Freddy.
Macushla Cross goes by Cushy.
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