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Same guidelines as the original forum.
The only difference is this is for oldies.
I am setting the following rule:
No songs beyond 1972.
I'll start with a classic:
When A Man Loves A Woman: Percy Sledge
GET Ready: Temptations
I will always think about you New Colony Six
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright - Elvis Presley
That's Alright Mama - Elvis Presley
A Most Peculiar Man (Simon & Garfunkel 1965)
A Man Needs A Maid: Neil Young 1972
Judy Collins - Maid of Constant Sorrow
Street Of Sorrow - the Blue Dots
Dancing In The Street: Martha and Vandellas
Dancing Bear Mamas And The Papas
Running Bear: Johnny Preston
Runaround Sue -- Dion
oops -- Dion, no Belmonts
Thankful for the edit button!
Running Scared: Roy Orbison
Runnin' Away -- Sly and the Family Stone
Girls Come Running: 4 Seasons
California Girls -- Beach Boys
Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon: Neil Diamond
The GIRL can’t help it Little Richard
Helplessly Hoping -- Crosby, Stills, and Nash
Wishin And Hopin: Dusty Springfield
"Hope I Don't Get My Heart Broke", Martha Reeves and the Vandellas
This Old Heart Of Mine: Isley Brothers
HEART OF gold Neil Young
Piece Of My Heart: Janis
MY blue heaven Fats Domino
Heaven Knows: Grass Roots
HEAVEN help us all Stevie Wonder
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