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  • KeleiGrrrl
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    Oct. 4, 1971. I thought it might be "Doctor My Eyes" by Jackson Browne, (one of my favorite songs), but it was "Maggie May" by Rod Stewart. I still like "Young Turks," "Passion," and "If Ya Think I'm Sexy" but have heard all of his other stuff ad naseum.

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  • bittersweet
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    Debbie Boone..You light up my life.

    I think I remember listening to this song on KSSK on my way to school when I was a kid. lol

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  • oceanpacific
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    BALLERINA, by Vaughn Monroe. This proves I'm really old!

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  • lavagal
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    Originally posted by TATTRAT View Post
    "Night Fever" by The Bee Gees
    YA BIG BABY!

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  • TATTRAT
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    "Night Fever" by The Bee Gees

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  • Leo Lakio
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    Originally posted by lavagal View Post
    In case anyone is wondering this girl is staring down the big 5-0 on 12/12:
    Originally posted by tutusue View Post
    The big 5-0 is a grand birthday, LG. Wallow in it. That's the age I'd stay, if I could!
    Nice to get your perspective, Sue. Lavagal, I hit 50 this year as well, back in April. If it hadn't been for the job change at the end of 2007, we'd have been somewhere on vacation at the time (as we did for the AF's 40th); that trip has been postponed until a more convenient day. But I'm having a very happy year, overall, and I wish you the same.

    According to the website, mine is "Tequila" by The Champs.

    This is at least the third time we've had a thread on this; Sue provided the link to one, and here is an even earlier one. That earlier one gave me "Catch a Falling Star" by Perry Como as an answer. I mentioned at that time that we had a family link to Mr. Como.

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  • Kalihiboy
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    For me it was "I'll Take You There" by the Staple Singers.

    Aj

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  • tutusue
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    Originally posted by lavagal View Post
    [...]
    1958 ... "To Know Him Is to Love Him" by The Teddy Bears
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    Oh. Dear. God. I remember slow dancing to that song with my first boyfriend!
    The big 5-0 is a grand birthday, LG. Wallow in it. That's the age I'd stay, if I could!

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  • lavagal
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    In case anyone is wondering this girl is staring down the big 5-0 on 12/12:

    1958 ... "To Know Him Is to Love Him" by The Teddy Bears

    Alternatively, it will be my 12th annual 39th birthday. I can say this! Madonna is older than me by four months. Guess I'll be getting up at the butt-crack of dawn tomorrow in pursuit of the Fab at 50 standard!

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  • Honoruru
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    "Heartaches" by the Ted Weems Orchestra. Who the hell are they?
    God, I'm showing my age. I remember "Swinging on a Star," I really do, but "Heartaches"?

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  • WebDude
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    Neat site...

    The Way We Were - by Barbara Streisand on my birthdate...=)

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  • kani-lehua
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    october 15, 1962: "monster mash" by bobby picket and the crypt kickers

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  • Mililani
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    "Can't Buy Me Love," by the Beattles.

    But you CAN buy me love, you can, you can! I'll take it! What the heck were they talking about!!! That's why so many people are broke today. It didn't matter if you had money or not, you still had LOVE..

    j/k, this was fun!

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  • tutusue
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    Originally posted by tutusue View Post
    "Swinging on a Star" by Bing Crosby! That one's so old even I don't remember it![...]
    Originally posted by Kalihiboy View Post
    Does that song go like, "Would you like to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in a jar, if you better..[can't remember words here]...you should be swinging on a star."

    Aj
    Dunno...I'm too young to remember it!

    Seriously...that's the song!
    "...carry moonbeams home in a jar and be better off than you are. Or would you rather be a [pig][mule][fish]."

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  • Kalihiboy
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    Originally posted by tutusue View Post
    "Swinging on a Star" by Bing Crosby! That one's so old even I don't remember it! Didn't we cover this subject in another thread...or at least something similar?
    Does that song go like, "Would you like to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in a jar, if you better..[can't remember words here]...you should be swinging on a star."

    Aj

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