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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION

Okay


This is meant to be a long running topic .  The rules are simple and there are a zillion songs out there, so lets see what we can do with this.


You start with a song title.  Let's use  Love in an Elevator - Aerosmith


You look at that title, pick out one word from it and find a new song title with that word in it,( example, In & Out of Love - Bon Jovi)  then post the new title as your post.  The next person follows.   See easy


So lets give it a try.    My title is   Love in an Elevator - Aerosmith.


Diane


 


 

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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FROM:


@gatorgorilla wrote:

TREAT HER LIKE A LADY  -  The Temptations, 1984, reached #2 on US R&B charts


TO:  Treat Her Like a Lady -- Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose (1971)

  

Same title, different song, this one written by Eddie Cornelius.

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from:   LUCK BE A LADY

 

to:   TREAT HER LIKE A LADY  -  The Temptations, 1984, reached #2 on US R&B charts

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From:  "Sentimental Lady"

 

To:  "Luck Be a Lady", Frank Sinatra

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Sentimental Lady     Fleetwood Mac (Bob Welch)      from 1972 album "Bare Trees"

 

"Sentimental gentle wind, blowing through my life again.  Sentimental Lady.....gentle one."


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From:  "Sentimental Journey"

 

To:  "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You", Ella Fitzgerald

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FROM: Sentimental Journey

TO: A Journey to a Star -- Judy Garland (1944)
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from:   JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE MIND

 

to:   SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY  -  The Les Brown Band of Renown, with Doris Day as vocalist

 

reached #1 in 1945, and was Doris Day's first #1 hit...

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@gatorgorilla wrote:

 YOU CAN STILL CHANGE YOUR MIND  -  Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

 

 

from their 4th album "Hard Promises", 1981


Journey To The Center Of The Mind - Amboy Dukes

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from:   CATCH US IF YOU CAN

 

to:   YOU CAN STILL CHANGE YOUR MIND  -  Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

 

 

from their 4th album "Hard Promises", 1981

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Catch Us If You Can     Dave Clark Five     peaked at #4 in 1965


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From:  "Catch a Wave"

 

To:  "Catch Me If You Can", Burnham

 

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from:  CATCH THE WIND

 

to:   CATCH A WAVE  -  The Beach Boys,  from their 1963 album "Surfer Girl"

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FROM:


@LookOverYonder wrote:

Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying     Gerry and The Pacemakers     made it to #4 in 1964


TO: Catch the Wind -- Donovan (1965)

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Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying     Gerry and The Pacemakers     made it to #4 in 1964


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From:  "Don't Fight the Sea"

 

To:  "Don't Let the Sun Go Down", Elton John

 

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            from     The Sea           to

 

 

                           Don't Fight the Sea        The Beach Boys

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From:  "How I Became the Sea"

 

To:  "The Sea", Corinne Bailey Rae

 

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FROM:


PattyDiane wrote:  "Under the Sea", from "The Little Mermaid"

TO: How I Became the Sea -- Owl City

 

I Heart Owl City!

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From:  "Too Many Fish in the Sea"

 

To:  "Under the Sea", from "The Little Mermaid"

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Too Many Fish In The Sea     The Marvellettes 1965    Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels 1967


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From:  "Lonely Sea"

 

To:  "Beyond the Sea", Bobby Darin

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from:   I'M SO LONELY

 

to:   LONELY  SEA  -  The Beach Boys, from their 2nd album, "Surfin' U.S.A.", 1963

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From:  "Only the Lonely"

 

To:  "I'm So Lonely", The Beachboys

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            from     Hey There Lonely Girl       to

 

 

                                           Only the Lonely       Roy Orbison

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@PattyDiane wrote:

From:  "Brown Eyed Handsome Man"

 

To:  "Brown Eyed Girl", Van Morrison


To:   Hey There Lonely Girl     Eddie Holman 1969

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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From:  "Brown Eyed Handsome Man"

 

To:  "Brown Eyed Girl", Van Morrison

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MsStretch:  Thanks so much for sharing this.  I was going to look for it myself this afternoon but you have saved me the trouble.  I don't know how I missed it when it came out, the song or the group.  It was really good and, as they used to say on Bandstand, good to dance to also.  Hard to sit still while listening to it.  I'll have to see if more of their work is on Youtube.

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from:   BROWN SUGAR

 

to:   BROWN EYED HANDSOME MAN  -  Chuck Berry

 

 

reached #5 on Billboard's R&B Singles chart in late 1956

 

note:  I found the last 4 posts interesting and fun to follow!  d'angelo's "Brown Sugar" is an entirely different song than The Rolling Stones' "Brown Sugar", from their 1971 album "Sticky Fingers".  I had never heard of Rockpile, so learned a little something there, since I was familiar with Dave Edmunds and (cute!) Nick Lowe.  PattyDiane mentioned googling - something I suspect a number of us have resorted to on occasion, but rarely, if ever, mentioned.  Kudos to you for being so forthcoming, PattyDiane! 

 

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FROM: Sugar Sugar - Archies

TO: Brown Sugar - D'Angelo

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@PattyDiane wrote:

  "If Sugar Was As Sweet As You", Rockpile

 

(Note:  I've never heard of this song or the group, which is apparently British, but I found it when I Googled)


For you, PattyDiane. Dave Edmunds and Nick Lowe were once members of Rockpile.

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