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Think of anypart of any house or building or any inanimate object you'd expect to find inside or outside or a word which depicts any type building......then enter a song title with that word in it and the artist. There are so many possibilities...... roof, tree, window, carpet, floor, stair, desk, grass, mansion, store, flower, pencil, garage......got the idea?

Oh, and repetition is okay. Like, which song appears the most?

 

 

I'll begin with.........

 

Beach House On The Moon       Jimmy Buffett

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In My Room     The Beach Boys

 

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"Memory Motel"    The Rolling Stones

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               Pink Houses       John Mellencamp

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"Get Me To The Church On Time"        

    from musical, "My Fair Lady"

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Gold  On  The  Ceiling   ==   Black  Keys

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"Under The Boardwalk"      The Drifters

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Soul  Kitchen   ==   The  Doors

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"Cookin' (In The Kitchen Of Love)    Ringo Starr

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Windows to the Soul    Steve Vai

 

 

 

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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"In The Chapel In The Moonlight"     Dean Martin

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Since we're doing all kinds of buildings, as well as houses:

 

"Alice's Restaurant"    Arlo Guthrie

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              Walkin' The Floor Over You      Ernest Tubb

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"Close The Door"    Teddy Pendergrass

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Ok, the sexist reponse.

 

Brick House, The Commodores.


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Brick House

 

@retiredtraveler: What a perfect response!! Wish I'd thought of it, but YOU did. And yeh, sexy too.


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@retiredtraveler wrote:

Ok, the sexist reponse.

 

Brick House, The Commodores.

 

@retiredtraveler   LOL!!

 

     Let's try:   "Come On-A My House"    Rosemary Clooney

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I love this song topic - there are a ton of song titles that fit the category. Smiley Happy

 

How about:

     "Flowers On The Wall"  by The Statler Brothers

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Come to my window - Melissa Etheridge

Dancing on the ceiling - Lionel Ritchie

Knock three times - Tony Orlando & Dawn

In my room - The Beach Boys

Someone's knocking at the door - Paul McCartney & Wings

Knocking on heaven's door - Bob Dylan

Don't let the rain come down - Serendipity Singers

Walking the floor over you - Ernest Tubb

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Walking The CEILING       Hound Dog Taylor


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Party LIGHTS       Claudine Clark   #5 in 1962


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"Honey (Open That Door)"    Ricky  Skaggs

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"Moon At The Window"    Joni Mitchell

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It's great to have a new "specialty" category for Song Titles - thanks for dreaming this one up, LookOverYonder!  Smiley Very Happy

 

"Up On The Roof"     The Drifters

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Getting into the spirit of Christmas ~

 

    "Up On The Housetop"    Gene Autry. many others

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"Walking The Floor Over You"    Ernest Tubb

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Our House.  Crosby Stills Nash and Young

 

Good topic!!

 

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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"All Along The Watchtower"

           Bob Dylan,  The Jimi Hendrix Experience

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