Yet another "ID this song" thread

I believe this song was a minor hit in the late 1980s (maybe 1988?). It reminded me a lot of Aretha Franklin’s and George Michael’s duet “I Knew You were Waiting” from about the same period. I believe the song in question was a duet as well, but maybe it was just a solo female singer. One line went something like “through the days…through the nights…” in a monotone voice. Another part went something like “if we keep it alive…if we keep it alive…” with “keep” being sung at a higher pitch than the other words. Near the end of the chorus, there’s a series of “doo doo…doo doo doo doos,” falling in pitch from the first “doo” to the last. A Google search for the lyrics does not give me the results, telling me I probably have the lyrics wrong.

Through the Storm,” a duet by Aretha Franklin and Elton John in 1989.

I’m on fire today!

Holy crap, that’s it! You are on fire!

All right, man, now for the trifecta here’s the last one in Cafe Society. I have faith!

Done and done. Couldn’t have done it, though, without your support.