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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
Love Me Do: Beatles
How DO YOU Do It (Beatles)
Do You Want To Know A Secret: Beatles
YOUR mother should know Fab 4️⃣
I Wanna Be Your Man: Beatles
Nowhere MAN Fab 4️⃣
Baby You're A Rich Man: Beatles
A Hard DAYS night Fab 4️⃣
Eight Days A Week: Beatles
In my top 5 of their favs 💜
THERE’s a place Fab 4️⃣
I Saw Here Standing There: Beatles
I WANT to tell you Fab 4️⃣
I Want To Hold Your Hand: Beatles
I got a WOMAN Fab 4️⃣
Moody Woman: Jerry Butler
SHE’s a woman Fab 4️⃣
SHE Said SHE Said (Beatles)
She LOVEs YOU Fab 4️⃣
PS I Love You: Beatles
Till there was YOU Fab 4️⃣
I'M Happy Just to Dance with You (Beatles)
I’M looking through you Fab 4️⃣
I'm ONLY Sleeping (Beatles)
It’s only LOVE Fab 4️⃣
Can't Buy Me Love: Beatles
ALL you need is love Fab 4️⃣
All My Loving: Beatles
GIMME some lovin’ Spencer Davis Group
Gimme Little Sign: Brenton Wood
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