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The Song Name Game
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The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia - - Laurel and Hardy

Love it !!!

Rocky Mountain High _ John Denver

Been on my capri site advising of great response ------- Anybody here love Ford Capris???

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Fire on the Mountain - Grateful Dead

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Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash

(making moosic to myself here)

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Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash

(making moosic to myself here)

Love Johnny Cash, saw Tennesee Three the past two years in Glasgow - sadly never saw Johhny Cash

Fire- The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown

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You're Driving me Crazy - Walter Donaldson

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Crazy - - Patsy Kline . .. . . . . ..:unsure:

:unsure:

:huh:

Did I get in on time?. . .. . .. . . .

:lol:

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Crazy - Willie Nelson

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Crazy - - Patsy Kline . .. . . . . ..:unsure:

:unsure:

:huh:

Did I get in on time?. . .. . .. . . .

:lol:

Looking at the posts, we posted at the same time ----me in Scotland and you in America. Same song - different artist. Shouldn't affect thread

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:lol: I tried but failed :lol:
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:lol: I tried but failed :lol:

Not such thing as faulure ! We're all coeliac and refusing to fail!!

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Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Dwight Yokam

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Not such thing as faulure ! We're all coeliac and refusing to fail!!

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Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Dwight Yokam

Love me tender, Elvis Presley :D

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Looking at the posts, we posted at the same time ----me in Scotland and you in America.

Ahhhhhhh, the great-minds-think-alike simultanaety - - 'tis a Commonwealth thing, methinks... . . . ... . I'm a Canuck... .. . .. :lol:

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Pride In the Name of Love (U2)

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(What) in the Name of Love - Peter Byrne

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Peter's Song - Elton John

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Peter's Song - Elton John

"Song Sung Blue" , Neil Diamond.

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This Song has no Title - Elton John (too)

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Big Bad John - Jimmy Dean

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Big Bad John - Jimmy Dean

"Bad to the Bone" George Thorogood and the Destroyers

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One Bad Apple - Osmond Bros.

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Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White - Perez Prado

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Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree - The Andrew Sisters

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Crap, I dunno ANY o' these songs.. . . .like, waaaaaayyyy before my time. .. . . . . ....

:P

:lol:

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HaHaHa. That makes up for all the new ones I've never heard of either :P

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