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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
HARD days night Fab 4️⃣
Easy To Be Hard: Three Dog Night
It don’t COME EASY Sir Ringo
Easy Come, Easy Go: Bobby Sherman
GO now Moodies
Going To A Go-Go: Miracles
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis
Let's Go (Pony): Routers
LET it be ME Everly Brothers
Let Me In: Sensations
IN a Gadda Da Vida- Iron Butterfly
In The Midnight Hour: Wilson Pickett
IN a moment Intrigues
In Dreams: Roy Orbison
If I can DREAM Elvis
Just A Dream: Jimmy Clanton
JUST dropped in (To see what condition my
condition was in) First Edition
It's Just A Matter Of Time: Brook Benton
No TIME Guess Who
Time For Livin: Association
RING the living bell Melanie
Wear My Ring Around Your Neck: Elvis
THIS Diamond RING ~ Gary Lewis & The Playboys
WITH this ring Platters
Nice To Be With You: Gallery
WOULDn't IT Be Nice ~ Beach Boys
I wish it would RAIN Temptations
It Might As Well Rain Until September: Carole King
Oh WELL The Mac
A Well Respected Man: Kinks
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Teacher / Social Media
Computers / Photography
Medical Device Engineer
Medicare / Insurance
Front Porch / Lighthouses
Youth Advocate / Trivia / Teaching
Tech Support / Games
Microsoft Office / Dogs
Outdoors / Patents
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