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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:  "Higher and Higher"

 

To:  "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", Diana Ross

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from:   AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH

 

to:   I GET HIGH ON YOU  -  Sly Stone, from 1975 album "High On You"   (this is Sly of "Sly & The Family Stone")

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   from    Surfin' Bird 

 

       to    MockingBIRD  - Carly Simon & James Taylor

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@sweetjulieblueeyes wrote:

    MockingBIRD  - Carly Simon & James Taylor


FreeBIRD - Lynyrd Skynyrd


@gatorgorilla wrote:

SURFIN' BIRD  -  The Trashmen, reached #4 on Billboard Hot 100 in 1963

 

(I liked this goofy song - do any of you remember it?)  ...bird, bird, bird, bird's the word...


Yup! Sure do.  Yes, I do remember this song!

 

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From:  "Free Bird"

 

To:  "Snow Bird", Anne Murray

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FROM: Snow Bird -- Anne Murray

 

TO: Blackbird -- the Beatles

 

Smiley LOL Oh my goodness! I got such a kick out of Surfin' Bird! Thank you BOTH so much for sharing that. The video was priceless!

 

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From:   "Blackbird"

 

To:  "Yellow Bird", Harry Belafonte

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White Bird     It's A Beautiful Day  

A masterpiece of folk-rock on their debut 1969 album: violin played by and vocals by David LaFlamme

 

MsStretch...thanks for the Surfin' Bird video! Nice of you to include it. The guy was really into it Man Happy!


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from:   WHITE BIRD

 

to:   FREE AS A BIRD  -  The Beatles, from 1995 album "Anthology 1"

 

That Trashmen video was just great - thanks for sharing it with us, MsStretch!

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From:  "Free as a Bird"

 

To:  "Bye Bye Black Bird", Miles Davis and many others

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from:   BYE BYE BLACK BIRD

 

to:   THE BLACK HILLS OF DAKOTA  -  Doris Day, 1953, from soundtrack of film "Calamity Jane"

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from   The Black Hills of Dakota       to

 

 

                          Black Magic Woman        Santana

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From:  "Black Magic Woman"

 

To:  "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair", Nina Simone

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   from   Black is the Color of My True Loves Hair       to

 

 

                          Color My World        Petula Clark 

 

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I'd Love To Change The World     Ten Years After     to #40 from 1971's  "A Space In Time" album


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FROM: I'd Love to Change the World -- Ten Years After

 

TO: A Change is Gonna Come -- Sam Cooke (1963)

 

LookOverYonder--thanks for the It's a Beautiful Day post earlier--always LOVED them!

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From:  "A Change Is Gonna Come"

 

To:  "Come on Get Higher", Sugarland

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   from    All the Dogs are Lying Down 

 

      to     (obviously) Who Let the Dogs Out? - Baha Men

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from:   WHO LET THE DOGS OUT?

 

to:   CAN YOUR MONKEY DO THE DOG  -  Rufus Thomas

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From:  "Can Your Monkey Do the Dog"

 

To:  "Bird Dog", The Everly Brothers

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from:  BIRD DOG

 

to:   SURFIN' BIRD  -  The Trashmen, reached #4 on Billboard Hot 100 in 1963

 

(I liked this goofy song - do any of you remember it?)  ...bird, bird, bird, bird's the word...

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    from    Eyes of a Stranger 

 

       to     Bette Davis Eyes - Kim Carnes 

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From:  "Bette Davis Eyes"

 

To:   "Lyin' Eyes", The Eagles

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from:   LYIN' EYES

 

to:   ALL THE DOGS ARE LYING DOWN  -  Johnny Flynn, from 2008 album "A Larum"

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   from    Straight From the Heart 

 

       to     Straight On - Heart

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From:  Straight On

 

To:  "Straight for Your Heart", Britt Nichole

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   from     Straight for Your Heart       to

 

 

                           For Your Eyes Only      Sheena Easton

 

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From:  "For Your Eyes Only"

 

To:  "I Only Have Eyes for You", Frank Sinatra and many others

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@PattyDiane wrote:

 "I Only Have Eyes for You", Frank Sinatra and many others


Eyes of a Stranger - Queensryche

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