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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:  "She Won't Let Me Fly Away"

 

To:  "I'll Fly Away", Alison Krauss

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from:   I'll Fly Away

 

to:   Slipping Away  -  The Rolling Stones, from their 1989 album "Steel Wheels"

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From:  "Slipping Away"

 

To:  "Up Up and Away", Fifth Dimension

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from:   Up Up And Away

 

to:   Start Me Up  -  The Rolling Stones, from their 1981 album "Tattoo You"

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From:  "Start Me Up"

 

To:  "Starting All Over Again", Hall and Oates

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from:   Starting All Over Again

 

to:   This Could Be The Start Of Something  -  written by Steve Allen, performed by many...

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From:  "This Could Be the Start of Something"

 

To:  "Something Wonderful", from "The King and I"

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from:   Wonderful Tonight

 

to:  We've Got Tonight  -  Kenny Rogers with Sheena Easton

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         from         We've Got Tonight         to

 

 

                             Tonight I Wanna Cry          Keith Urban

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from:   Tonight I Wanna Cry

 

to:   The Little White Cloud That Cried  -  Johnnie Ray

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@gatorgorilla wrote:

from:   Tonight I Wanna Cry

 

to:   The Little White Cloud That Cried  -  Johnnie Ray


To:  The Gypsy Cried    Lou Christie   1962

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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From:  The Gypsy Cried"

 

To:  "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves", Cher

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from:  Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves

 

to:   The Tramp On The Street  -  Joan Baez, from her 1969 album "David's Album"

 

 

        Patty, The word "and" was the only non-challenging part of your post (for me, at least) - kudos!

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From:  "Tramp on the Street"

 

To:  "On the Street Where You Live", from "My Fair Lady"

 

Pam:  Sorry about the previous challenge.  I had thought of another to follow it but I really like your contribution.

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Thanks, Patty, and no need to apologize for a challenging post!  We each have our opinion on these posts, I guess.  I admire a challenging post as long as it does not completely shut out any further responses.  My husband thinks it would be super to come up with a post that no one could find a response to.  To me, that would be like "yeah, you've proved you are real clever, but you have also ended a long-running game/challenge that many people enjoy participating in..."  Also, as I have pointed out to my husband, if the ultimate post was ever made, all one would have to do is re-post the song that led to that ultimate post - a cheesy way to get out of the dilemma, but it would work!

 

from:  On The Street Where You Live

 

to:   On The Sunny Side Of The Street  - performed/recorded by many and various artists over the years...

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From:  "On the Sunny Side of the Street"

 

To:  "Always Look on the Bright Side", from "Spamolot"

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from:  Always Look On The Bright Side

 

to:   Keep On The Sunny Side  - a classic from The Carter Family (A. P. Carter was one of the song's co-writers...)

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From:  "Keep on the Sunny Side"

 

To:  "Just Keep on Dancing", Gwen Stefani

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@PattyDiane wrote:

 "Just Keep on Dancing", Gwen Stefani


Keep On Running - Spencer Davis Group

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from:   Keep On Running

 

to:   Keep On Dancing  -  The Gentrys

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From:  "Slow Train"

 

To:  "Slow Hand", Conway Twitty

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Slow Train     Bob Dylan     1979


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    from   Slow Dancing, Swaying to the Music     to

 

 

                           Slow My Roll          Kid Rock

 

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From:  "Dancing on the Ceiling"

 

To:  "Slow Dancing, Swaying to the Music", Johnny Rivers

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   from          Dancing With Mr D        to

 

 

                                Dancing on the Ceiling       Lionel Richie        

 

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from:  Dancing In The Street

 

to:   Dancing With Mr. D  -  The Rolling Stones

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From:  "Dancing Queen"

 

To:  "Dancing in the Street", Martha Reeves

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     from         Keep On Dancing            to

 

 

                         Dancing Queen             ABBA

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from          Something Wonderful              to

 

 

                                     Wonderful Tonight         Eric Clapton

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   from   Only Time

 

      to    Only the Lonely - Roy Orbison

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