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Thursday, July 2, 2020

I Had To Look It Up....








and...... drum roll please......













37 comments:

  1. (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay
    Yeah, I wish............

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    1. Me too! Hey, here in Seattle we do have Elliott Bay, and there are some docks, of course. So, just maybe it fits!

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  2. Geez...just looked mine up and it's Barry McGuire's "Eve of Destruction"....and OH LORDY....have I left a wake of destruction in my life.....freakin' scary, Irish....!

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  3. Bennie and the Jets.....a song about glam rockers in the early 70's/. Don't see it!!

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  4. Mine, not even close... but I am stealing the idea for my own blog post tomorrow :)

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  5. Bridge Over Troubled Waters by Simon And Garfunkle who was earlier known as Tom And Jerry.

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  6. Ringo-Lorne Greene.

    https://youtu.be/v8_ak0FQohQ

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  7. Pretty Little Angel Eyes. Beautiful brown eyes with a nice round bottom. Couldn't wait for me, broke my heart. Moved on but never forgot her. RIP Linda Lea

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  8. Somewhere between "I want to kiss you all over" from Exile and "Hot child in the city" from Nick Gilder.
    No wonder why I'm such a horny little bastard.

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  9. Great! Thank you for bringing this to my attention. "Singing the Blues" by Guy Mitchell. Explains everything!

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  10. That would be "Lyin' Eyes" by the Eagles.

    That describes my first relationship when I was 16. Back then I thought I turned a sweet young girl into a whore. I was in my 20's before I realized I was the whore's first conquest. I prefer the early 70's music.

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  11. Owner of a Lonely Heart,thanks for the reminder,just come over and rub salt in my eyes,pepper spray,and tazer me next time,Still Love
    Your website

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  12. Oh God, anyone but Eddie Rabbitt! I do like a good thunderstorm though...

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  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8pVcq_lYNw

    Atlantic Star Always.... Ok i can see it.Its a song about loyalty.

    Exile1981

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  14. Hall & Oats KISS on my lips.
    CIII

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  15. Strangers In The Night. Apropos, I suppose.

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  16. "You're the one that I want" by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John. Well, until I met the lovely Lady Charlene who has been my wife for over 30 Yrs, I was a bit...flighty...when it came to falling "in love" with anything with a decent rack and a nice smile...

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  17. My Sharona, The Knack. S/b My Carona!

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  18. Turn, Turn, Turn (Ecclesiastes 3) by The Byrds

    It is bookmarked in my Bible and I have requested it to be played at my celebration of life.

    TN Patriot

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  19. For some reason people love this sort of stuff.

    Sledgehammer, Peter Gabriel.

    -rightwingterrorist

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    1. Just be glad you weren't born a year earlier - Paul Young - Everytime You Go Away. I hate that song, although I do like it when people go away. I looked at 84 and 86 and said - okay, Sledgehammer would be decent. That said, it would make more sense if it was Sledge-Hammered.

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  20. You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet...perfect for 2020

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  21. Grand Funk Railroad - We're An American Band

    "Booze and ladies, keep me right,
    As long as we can make it to the show tonight."

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  22. Holy Crap, Irish! I think we may be the same age. Were you by any chance born on Thanksgiving Day 1962?

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  23. American Pie. Don Mclean. May 26, 1972. Cool post. Have a safe holiday. Scott, Central Ohio

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  24. Huh. Somethin' Stupid, Nancy Sinatra & Frank Sinatra (4-29-67)

    Fits me to a T.

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  25. That's the way, uh-huh uh-huh, I like it...

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  26. OMFG!
    I looked at the "Number 1 hits" for the entirety of my life. All I can say is the music of favor, during my life, sucks ass.

    Leigh
    Whitehall, NY

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  27. Aw crap....
    Another One Bites the Dust

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  28. Between "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)" George Harrison -Need more of this now.
    and "Will It Go Round in Circles" Billy Preston -

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  29. That's some BS Irish
    Boogie Oogie Oogie does NOT define my life

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