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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION - We seem to still be having fun - So Play on!

 

SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION
 

Okay

This is meant to be a long running topic . The rules are simple and there are a zillion songs out there, so lets see what we can do with this.

You start with a song title. Let's use Love in an Elevator - Aerosmith

You look at that title, pick out one word from it and find a new song title with that word in it,( example, In & Out of Love - Bon Jovi) then post the new title as your post. The next person follows. See easy

 

So lets give it a try. My title is: Love in an Elevator - Aerosmith.

 

your reply could be:

from Love in an Elevator to Love is all you need--Beatles

My hope is that our new member  duke  could help us get this started.

Please pick up on any word in the last posted Title!

For more on this topic see:
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from:   ROCK-A-BYE MY BABY (WITH A DIXIE MELODY)

 

to:  THE NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN  -  The Band, from 1969 album "The Band"

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From:  "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down"

 

To:  "The Night They Invented Champagne", from "Gigi"

 

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from:   THE NIGHT THEY INVENTED CHAMPAGNE

 

to:   THEY SOLD ME OUT  -  Van Morrison, from 2005 album "Magic Time"

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From:  "They Sold Me Out"

 

To:  "Going Out of My Head", Little Anthony

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from:   GOING OUT OF MY HEAD

 

to:   FALLING OUT OF LOVE  -  Aqualung, from 2005 album "Strange And Beautiful"

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From:  "Falling Out of Love"

 

To:  "Falling in Love with Love", from the Rodgers and Hart musical "Boys from Syracuse" and also sung by Bernadette Peters in the 1997 version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella"

 

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from:   FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE

 

to:   I JUST FOUND OUT ABOUT LOVE  -  John Pizzarelli, from 2005 album "Knowing You"

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From:  "I Just Found Out About Love"

 

To:  "All Out of Love". Air Supply

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from:   ALL OUT OF LOVE

 

to:  A LOVE LIKE THIS  -  Charlie Haden Quartet West, from 2010 album "Sophisticated Ladies"

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From:  "A Love Like This"

 

To:  "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine", Lou Rawls

 

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from:   YOU'LL NEVER FIND ANOTHER LOVE LIKE MINE

 

to:   NEVER GIVE UP  -  Barbra Streisand, from 1980 album "Guilty"

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There was a song recorded back--I think--in the 1950s entitled "You Were Gone."  It keeps going through my head.  I don't remember the artist.  I listened to the record of it when I was a kid growing up in the 1960s.  Does anyone know this song?  The lines I remember:  "I trusted so much in you; and I was too blind to see;  I turned my back on you and You Were Gone; I won't make that mistake again."

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From: DON'T WORRY BABY - The Beach Boys, 1964

 

TO: Why Should I Worry by Billy Joel (Oliver and Company)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuUQmkAzSZE

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From:  "Why Should I Worry"

 

To:  "Why Should I Care", Toni Braxton

 

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Why Do Fools Fall In Love-------The Diamonds

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From  "Why Do Fools Fall in Love"

 

To:  "I Fall in Love Too Easily", Frank Sinatra

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from:   I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY

 

to:   FULL MOON FULL OF LOVE  -  k.d. lang & The Recliners, from 1989 album "Absolute Torch and Twang"

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Bill Monroe & the Bluegrass Boys - Blue Moon of Kentucky  

 

http://youtu.be/4syA9aNnNa0

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from:   BLUE MOON OF KENTUCKY

 

to:   ONCE IN A VERY BLUE MOON  -  Nanci Griffith, 1984

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From:  "Once in a Very Blue Moon"

 

To:  "Blue Moon",  The Marcels (and lots of other artists)

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Hi,

 

Blue Velvet by Bobby Vinton

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from:   BLUE VELVET

 

to:   FIRST TIME I MET THE BLUES  -  Buddy Guy

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From:  "First Time I Met the Blues"

 

To:  "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", Roberta Flack

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Time In A Bottle-----Jim Croce 

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From:  "Time in a Bottle"

 

To:  "If I Could Turn Back Time", Cher

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from:   IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME

 

to:   STORIES WE COULD TELL  -  Jimmy Buffett, from 1974 album "A-1-A"

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From:  "Stories We Could Tell"

 

To:  "I Could Write a Book", Frank Sinatra (from "Pal Joey)

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Book Of Love---Monotones

 

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From:  "Book of Love"

 

To:  "Victim of Love", The Eagles

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from:   VICTIM OF LOVE

 

to:   THAT'S WHERE I WANT TO TAKE OUR LOVE  -  Keith Whitley, from 1991 posthumous album "Kentucky Bluebird"

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