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The Song Name Game
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One -- Three Dog Night

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Your turn - I beat you !!

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One, Two, Three, Four - Jimmy Eat Lyrics

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Three Times a Lady - Commodores

and my first 8 track tape - lol

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Insane 'Town' Posse?

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Insane 'Town' Posse?

Hah-Hah :lol::lol: How about we make that "Clown"??? :rolleyes: Me fingers (or brain - dunno which) failed me again. But I do live in a crazy town right now, where it is only safe enough for Prince Charles and various celebrities to go downtown, but none of the residents are allowed downtown because it's too dangerous, and it is driving us insane!!! And we should form a posse and take back this insane town that the powers that be seem intent on ruining before we even get a look at it :huh:

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Tears of a clown, Smokey robenson

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No more tears, ozzy osbourne

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Tears On My Pillow-- Little Anthony and the Imperials.

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Tears On My Pillow-- Little Anthony and the Imperials.

Head on My Pillow - Frank Sinatra

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Dream on, aerosmith

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Walk This Way -- Aerosmith

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Walk Like A Man-- 4 Seasons

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All the Man That I Need - Whitney Houston

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Houston--Larry Gatlin :wub:

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I will always love you, whitney houston

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Greatest Love of All -- Whitney Houston

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All Right Now--Free

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Right Now- Van Halen

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Right Time of the Night--Jennifer Warnes

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I've Had The Time of My Life - Black Eyed Peas

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Time in a bottle, jim croce

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Bottle of Wine - Tom Paxton

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Red Red Wine - UB40

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Red Sails in the Sunset - Bing Crosby

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