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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
Take Me Home Country Roads: John Denver
BACK Home Again - John Denver
Backstage - Gene Pitney '66
Back In My Arms Again: Supremes
BABY Come Back - Equals '68, Ohio Players '78
BACK off Bugaloo Sir Ringo
BABY Don't Get Hooked On Me - Mac Davis '72
Don't Say Nothin Bad (About My Baby): Cookies
NOTHINg but a heartache Flirtations
I Sold My Heart To The Junkman: Patti LaBelle and Blue Belles
MY Bonnie lies over THE ocean Fab 4️⃣
My Baby Must Be A Magician: Marvelettes
BABY I'M Yours - Barbara Lewis '65
Angel Baby: Rosie and Originals
BABY Blue - Gene Vincent
BABY, I love you Andy Kim
BABY The Rain Must Fall - Glenn Yarbrough '65
Baby It's You: Shirelles
Little Girl (Monkees)
GIRL from Ipanema Stan Getz
Loving A Girl Like You: Harptones
I LIKE it like that Dave Clark Five
I Wish That We Were Married: Ronnie and Hi-Lites
You AND me Moody Blues
When I'm With You: Moonglows
Nights IN white satin Moody Blues
In The Still Of The Night: Five Satins
Legend OF a mind Moody Blues
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