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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
Long Lonely Nights: Lee Andrews
The LONG and winding road Fab 4️⃣
All Night Long - Jerry Lee Lewis
END of THE night Doors
The End (Doors)
End Of The World: Skeeter Davis
Welcome to My WORLD (Jim Reeves)
What THE WORLD needs now is love
When The World Was Young - Frank Sinatra
"When I Fall in Love", Nat King Cole
WHEN Love Comes Knockin' at Your Door (Monkees)
When You Wish Upon A Star: Dion & Belmonts
1000 Stars in the sky Kathy Young and the Innocents
Little Star The Elegants
TelStar the Tornadoes
Good Morning Starshine: Oliver
STAR Collector (Monkees)
I've Told Every Little Star: Linda Scott
"When You Wish Upon a Star". Jiminy Cricket
Look For A Star - Billy Vaughn & His Orchestra
EVERYBODY is a star Sly&the family stone
Everybody's Somebody's FOOL - Connie Francis
Bye Bye Love Everly Brothers
Why Do Fools Fall In Love Frankie Lymon and the teenagers
love child supremes
LOVE on a two way street Moments
"From Russia with Love", Matt Monro
FROM me to you Fab 4️⃣
THEME from the Monkees (Monkees)
THEME from love story Henry Mancini
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