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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
Take These Chains From My Heart: Ray Charles
This old HEART of mine Isley Brothers
He Will Break Your Heart: Jerry Butler
YOUR song Sir Elton
Put Your Head On My Shoulder: Paul Anka
PUT YOUR hand IN the hand Ocean
Put A Little Love In Your Heart: Jackie DeShannon
ALL you NEED is love Fab 4️⃣
All I Need: Temptations
You’re all I NEED to get by Marvin&Tammi
Where Were You When I Needed You: Grass Roots
And WHEN I die B,S&T
When My Little Girl Is Smiling: Drifters
HEY there lonely GIRL Eddie Holman
Hey Little Girl: Dee Clark
Go AWAY little girl Happenings
Slip Away: Clarence Carter
Excellent song choice
FUNNY (HOW time slips away) Joe Hinton
Funny How Love Can Be: Kit Kats
POWER of love Joe Simon
Power To The People: John Lennon
LOVE power Sandpebbles
Chapel Of Love: Dixie Cups
(I LOVE you) For sentimental reasons
Love And A Yellow Rose: Guess Who
YELLOW submarine Fab 4️⃣
Mellow Yellow: Donovan
Yellow RIVER Christie
Moody River: Pat Boone
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