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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
Mother’s LITTLE helper Stones
Little Darlin: Diamonds
Oh DARLING Fab 4️⃣
Darlin: Beach Boys
Little DARLING (I need you) Marvin Gaye
Darling Baby: Elgins
BABY I’m yours Barbara Lewis
"Baby It's Cold Outside", Dean Martin
Baby Come Back: Equals
BABY, I love you Ronettes, Andy Kim
Baby Blue: Echoes
Crystal BLUE persuasion Tommy James
Blue Monday: Fats Domino
Stormy Monday Blues - Bobby 'Blue' Bland
Happy Birthday Blues: Kathy Young & Innocents
At your BIRTHDAY Steppenwolf
Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen: Neil Sedaka
BIRTHDAY Fab 4️⃣
Happy Happy Birthday Baby: Tune Weavers
If You Wanna Be Happy: Jimmy Soul
I’m happy just to DANCE with you Fab 4️⃣
Let's Dance: Chris Montez
LET'S Dance On (Monkees)
Let's Work Together: Wilbert Harrison
SOMEDAY we’ll be together Supremes
Someday MAN (Monkees)
Walk Like A Man: Four Seasons
Street fighting MAN Stones
Carpet Man: 5th Dimension
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