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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
Righteous Bros - Unchained MELODY
Unchain My Heart: Ray Charles
Jerry Lee Lewis
One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)
Hearts Of Stone: The Charms
HEART of stone Stones
Heart And Soul: Cleftones
Here there AND everywhere Fab 4️⃣
There Goes My Baby: Drifters
The Velvet Underground
There She Goes Again
SHE loves you Fab 4️⃣
She Cried: Jay and Americans
Lou Christie - The Gypsy Cried
Cry Like I Cried - the Harptones
Cry Like A Baby: Box Tops
Look Of Love: Dusty Springfield
Lookin’ for a LOVE J Geils Band
Looking Through The Eyes Of Love: Gene Pitney
I’m LOOKING THROUGH you Fab 4️⃣
Lookin' Out My Back Door -- CCR
The Day We Fall in Love (Monkees)
LOVE her madly Doors
And I Love Her Beatles
Goin' Down (Monkees, 1967)
Goin Out Of My Head: Little Anthony and Imperials
Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind - the Five Keys
@JohnD131536 Doesn't fit
LISTEN to the music Doobies
Dance To The Music: Sky and Family
The Musical Box = Genesis
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