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The Song Name Game
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Stuck In the Middle With You-- Steelers Wheel

Hi Navigator!

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Thanks so much for welcome back!! Health wasn't good for quite some time and I laid low. Huge improvement so thought it was time I got back on here. Really very touched that you remember me! The really good news is that my daughter, diagnosed 4 years ago when she was in intensive care(been to doctors, hospital since she was 5 years old) has had a beautiful baby girl 6 weeks ago!!

Baby Let Me Follow You Down - Bob Dylan

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Fun :)

Stuck on You - Elvis

doh...too slow

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Tramp the Dirt Down - Elvis Costello

Welcome back and nice to meet you Navigator -- great name - my son has a sci-fi graphic series entitled "Navigator"

Always glad to hear healthful updates - congratulations to you!!!

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The Angels Want To Wear My Red Shoes- Elvis Costello

Good to be back! Story behind my username is quite long - and really quite romantic . Short verson is that I historically had a fear of maps. My husband loves to drive and has a Ford Caspri ( they weren't called that in America, think it was a Ford Mercury?) anyway we went on a treasure hunt and I was navigator for the 1st and very nervous time and we won 1st prize. We only got together in 2009 ( courtesy of my daughter) and got married in 2010.

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Allison - Elvis Costello

Great story!!! One of my many nicknames is "navigator" as my husband will never relinquish the wheel until he nods off - so I - a map lover - have always been the navigator until he is too tired then I drive -- after adding coffee :)

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Suspicious Minds-- Elvis Presley

Love all the navigator stories! N, congrats on your new granddaughter :). So happy for all of you!!

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Don't You - Simple Minds

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Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd

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Simple Man--Ricky Van Shelton

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Sing a Simple Song - Sly and the Family Stone

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Sing a Song--The Carpenters

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Sing Song - The Little Ones

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Little Deuce Coup-- Beach Boys

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California Girls - Beach Boys

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Hotel California--Eagles

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Hangdog Hotel Room - Gordon Lightfoot

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I Go To Pieces--Peter and Gordon

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Fall to Pieces- Patsy Cline

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Pieces of April--Three Dog Night

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Pieces of Eight -- Styx

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Eight Days a Week - The Beatles

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Lonely Days-- Bee Gees

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