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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
WORDs OF love Mamas&Papas
On My Word Of Honor: Platters
MY boyfriend’s back Angels
Right On The Tip Of My Tongue: Brenda & Tabulations
BEAT goes on Sonny&Cher
You Beat Me To The Punch: Mary Wells
TELL Me Why: Beatles
Tell Him No: Travis & Bob
Then You Can TELL Me Goodbye: The Casinos
TELL me why Fab 4️⃣
Tell It All Brother: Kenny Rogers & First Edition
STORIES we could tell Everly Brothers
The Story In Your Eyes: Moody Blues
The continuing story OF Bungalow Bill
Sea Of Love: Phil Phillips
SEA cruise Frankie Ford
Beyond The Sea: Bobby Darin
TOO many fish in the sea Marvelettes
Born Too Late: Poni-Tails
"It's Late". Ricky Nelson
TOO late to turn back now
Cornelius Bros&Sister Rose
Too Weak To Fight: Clarence Carter
Too Marvelous For Words - Frank Sinatra
It's Too Late: Carole King
SOONer or later Grassroots
Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon: Neil Diamond
Just like a WOMAN Dylan
Kentucky Woman: Neil Diamond
Gypsy WOMAN Brian Hyland
American Woman: Guess Who
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