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Number One Song on The Day You Were Born

FrenchDoc's picture

Via Avedon, find out at this site, here is mine (coulda been worse!):

Feel free to leave yours in the comments!

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basement angel's picture
Submitted by basement angel on

One of the weirdest songs ever.

Wedding Bell Blues - I love that song. I love the aggressive arrangement to that preposterously girly number.

Sarah's picture
Submitted by Sarah on

We can admit that we're killers ... but we're not going to kill today. That's all it takes! Knowing that we're not going to kill today! ~ Captain James T. Kirk, Stardate 3193.0

FrenchDoc's picture
Submitted by FrenchDoc on

The Monkees... that's bad!

Piper's picture
Submitted by Piper on

Yes! Had I been born a year later, I would have been saddled with the Osmonds.

I like The Monkees. "They were a huge influence on The Beatles"-Lloyd, Dumb and Dumber

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Submitted by FlipYrWhig on

Theme from "Shaft," muthas.

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Submitted by dr sardonicus on

"Save The Last Dance For Me", The Drifters. Surprised because 1960 was one of the weakest years for popular music of the post-WWII era, and this was one of the year's best.

...for the rest of us

FrenchDoc's picture
Submitted by FrenchDoc on

HRC: Francis Craig - Near You

BO: Bobby Lewis - Tossin' and Turnin'

JMcC: Shep Fields - Did I Remember?

Submitted by hipparchia on

i was about to accuse you of making that one up, in fact.

Submitted by lambert on

Watch that one. It's a set up for this year's equivalent of "There you go again."
(Which Obama is setting himself up for by not being quick on his feet in debate, but there you go.)

[ ] Very tepidly voting for Obama [ ] ?????. [ ] Any mullah-sucking billionaire-teabagging torture-loving pus-encrusted spawn of Cthulhu, bless his (R) heart.

FrenchDoc's picture
Submitted by FrenchDoc on

You're so young! :-)

No laughing... look at the doozies we've got already!

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Submitted by wiggles on

"I Heard It Through The Grapevine," by Marvin Gaye, which is cool as hell :)

My poor, poor little brother's was "Rain Drops Are Falling On My Head," by whatsisface that one guy.


FrenchDoc: The Monkees were good, and "I'm a Believer" was written by Neil Diamond, who's even better.

BDBlue's picture
Submitted by BDBlue on

the Otis Redding version, not the Michael Bolton version. I guess there are some benefits to being older.

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Submitted by Piper on

Agreed on The Monkees. Neil is great too, but he lost me after 'Turn on your Heartlight'.

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Submitted by FrenchDoc on

all that synthesizers made my ears bleed! :-)

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Submitted by jjmtacoma on

by ? & the Mysterians