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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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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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   from   Take Me Back 

 

      to    Take Good Care of My Baby - Bobby Vee  1961

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  from       Take Good Care of My Baby      to

 

   

                         Always Be My Baby          Mariah Carey

 

 

 

                               

 

 

 

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From:  "Always Be My Baby"

 

To:  "Always on My Mind", Willie Nelson

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from:  ALWAYS ON MY MIND

 

to:   MY HEART HAS A MIND OF ITS OWN  -  Connie Francis (a #1 hit for her in 1960)

 

Congrats to PattyDiane, who posted message #12,000 at this thread!  Congrats to Diane, who began this thread "way back when"!  And hooray for all of us who have contributed our parts to this game which many of us love playing, and who plan to keep the thread thrumming!

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From:  "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own"

 

To:  My Heart Can't Tell Me No", Rod Stewart

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from:   MY HEART CAN'T TELL ME NO

 

to:   THE HEART OF THE MATTER  -  Don Henley,  from 1989 album "The End Of The Innocence"

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From:  "The Heart of the Matter"

 

To:  "One Hand One Heart", from "West Side Story

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