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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
Let's Start All Over Again: Paragons
OVER you Gary Puckett
Do It in the Name of Love (Monkees)
I Found A Love: Wilson Pickett
Baby now that I’ve FOUND you Foundations
Baby Elephant Walk Henry Mancini
Walk Like A Man: 4 Seasons
Nowhere MAN Fab 4️⃣
The Love Of My Man: Theola Kilgore
All THE young dudes Mott the Hoople
Young Girl: Gary Puckett
GIRLs can’t do what the guys do
She's My Girl: Turtles
SHE’S a woman Fab 4️⃣
If I Were Your Woman - Gladys Knight & the Pips
If I Were A Carpenter Johnny Cash
You Were On My Mind: We Five
MIND, Body and Soul Flaming Ember
Out Of My Mind: Johnny Tillotson
"Windmills of Your Mind", Dusty Springfield
YOUR move (I’ve seen all good people) Yes
Your Precious Love: Marvin and Tammi
PRECIOUS and few Climax
For Your Precious Love: Jerry Butler
YOUR Song Sir Elton
Close Your Eyes: Five Keys
(They long to be) CLOSE to you Carpenters
Long Lonely Highway - Elvis Presley
Highway 61 Revisited Dylan
Rockin' Down The Highway - the Doobie Brothers
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