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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:      Fool For You

To:          Why Do FOOLs Fall In Love?     Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers     #6 in 1956


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from:   Fool In The Rain

 

to:   Fool For You   -   CeeLo Green, featuring Philip Bailey

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From:  "A Good Fool Is Hard to Find"

 

To:  "Fool in the Rain", Led Zeppelin

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cs76522381 wrote:

 

From Train of Fools to

Poor Little Fool by Ricky Nelson


TO:    A Good FOOL Is Hard To Find     Tommy Castro (blues)


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From Train of Fools to

Poor Little Fool by Ricky Nelson

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@PattyDiane wrote:

From:  "Train Kept a-Rollin"

 

To:  "Slow Train", Bob Dylan


To:  Train of Fools    John Fogerty

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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From:  "Train Kept a-Rollin"

 

To:  "Slow Train", Bob Dylan

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@gatorgorilla wrote:

from:   Stop This Train

 

to:   This Train (Is Bound For Glory)   -   traditional American gospel song


To:   Train Kept A-Rollin    Aerosmith   Tiny Bradshaw

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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from:   Stop This Train

 

to:   This Train (Is Bound For Glory)   -   traditional American gospel song

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From:  "Freight Train, Freight Train"

 

To:  "Stop this Train", John Mayer

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From I've Got a Thing About Trains to

Freight Train, Freight Train by Elizabeth Cotton, recorded by Peter, Paul and Mary

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from:   Midnight Train To Georgia

 

to:   I've Got A Thing About Trains   -   Johnny Cash

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From:  Last Train To Clarksville

 

To: Midnight Train to Georgia -- Gladys Knight and the Pips

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Last train to Clarksville--The Monkeys
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From Take the A Train

To Peace Train, Cat Stevens
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I wanna love my life away--Gene Pitney
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Bad, Bad Leroy Brown, Jim Croce
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Replying to "LOVE IN AN ELEVATOR". My reply is "ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE".

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    from  You're Gonna Love Me 

 

     to   You're the One That I Want - from "Grease"  Olivia Newton John & John                                                                                                Travolta

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From You're the One That I Want to

Do YouWanna Dance by Bobby Freeman, 1958

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from:   Do You Wanna Dance

 

 

to:   Will You Love Me Tomorrow   -   The Shirelles

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From:  Will You Love Me Tomorrow

 

To:  Tomorrow Never Comes -- Elvis 

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From:  "Tomorrow Never Comes"

 

To:  "The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow", from "Annie"

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from:   Here Comes The Sun

 

 

to:   Come On Over To My Place   -   The Drifters

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From Come on Over to My Place to

Come On-a My House by Rosemary Clooney, 1951

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From:  "Come on-a My House"

 

To  "A House Is Not a Home", Dionne Warwick

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From:     A House Is Not a Home

 

To:        Roadhouse  Blues      The Doors     1970

 

"Uh, keep your eyes on the road & your hands upon the wheel.........'cause we're goin' to the roadhouse, we're gonna have uh reeaaall............. good time!

Well, I woke up this morning, I got myself a beer
Well, I woke up this morning, and I got myself a beer
The future's uncertain, and the end is always near.


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From:  "Roadhouse Blues"

 

To:  "Homesick Blues", Bob Dylan

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From:     Homesick Blues

To:  Subterranean Homesick Blues   Bob Dylan  1965  "...you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows!"

 


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From Subterranean Homesick Blues to

Tangled up in Blue, ol Bob Dylan, 4965?

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