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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION II (OLDIES ONLY)

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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION II (OLDIES ONLY)

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

 

 

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ONE man band  Three dog night

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Give Me One More Chance:  Wilmer Alexander and Dukes

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GIVE peace a chance   John Lennon

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Do Not Ask for Love (Monkees)

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Love  Me  Tender             Elvis

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Why Do Fools Fall In Love:  Frankie Lymon and Teenagers

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Fools Rush In - Frankie Lymon

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Out In The Cold Again:  Frankie Lymon

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Out  In  The  Country               3  Dog  Night

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Goin Out Of My Head:  Little Anthony and Imperials

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LOOK Of Love - Dusty Springfield

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Ten Commandments Of Love:  Moonglows

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Lady's Baby (Monkees)

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Lookin For My Baby:  The Earls

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BEAT Goes On - Cher

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There Goes My Baby:  Drifters

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I Left My Heart In San Francisco - Tony Bennett

@BobH07 

Thanks for the info. I too always thought the name of the cowsills song was " I Love the Flower Girl"

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Every Beat Of My Heart:  Gladys Knight and Pips

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@BobH07 

Seem to recall these lyrics by cowsills

 
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I saw her sitting in the rain                                                                                                        
Raindrops falling on her                                                                                                                      
She didn't seem to care                                                                                                                       
She sat there and smiled at me                                                                                                      
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The song title is "The Rain, The Park And Other Things".

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"Fire and Rain", James Taylor

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The last correct post is my San Francisco by Scott McKenzie

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GET Ready - Temptations '66

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Get  Together              The  Youngbloods

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Come TOGETHER   Fab 4️⃣

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Come Back When You Grow Up Girl:  Bobby Vee

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Love GROWs (Where my Rosemary goes)

Edison Lighthouse

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Beach Boys - When I Grow Up ( To Be A Man )

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Before I Grow Too Old - Fats Domino

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