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The Song Name Game
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(I think my internet cnxn went wonky, so this is take two with a better song)

without you here -- eve 6

(but depressing, because like miserable teenage boy music the most. will outgrow that someday. or maybe just convert entirely to NPR.)

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Without a Song - Sonny Rollins

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with or without you - U2

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Who Are You? - Pete Townsend

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You shook me all night long -- ac/dc

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All shook up - Elvis

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Rise Up - - Parachute Club

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Rise Up - - Parachute Club

Up - Up And Away by The 5th Dimension

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Aquarius/Let the Sun Shine In - 5th Dimension

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Never Let Me Down Again - - Depeche Mode

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Downtown - Petula Clark

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lWhlen the World Comes Down - The All-American Rejects

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Don't bring Me Down -- Electric Light Orchestra

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Uptown Girl - billy joel

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You're A Big Girl Now - Bob Dylan

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Now is The Hour - Maori farewell song

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In My Hour Of Darkness - Gram Parsons

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Love is Only a Feeling - The Darkness

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I Only Have Eyes For You - - Frank Sinatra

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Frankie and Johnny - traditional

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Big Bad John - Jimmy Dean

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Stuck Full - big time rush

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Summertime - George Gershwin

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Supper Time -Snoopy

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Time to say Goodbye - Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman (that gives you a lot to work with :P )

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