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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             How High the Moon      to

 

 

                             Fly Me To the Moon       Frank Sinatra

 

 

                     

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From:  High Noon

 

To:  How High the Moon -- Sarah Vaughn

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                               from         Hang em High        to

 

                                

                                                   High Noon       Frankie Laine

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Hang Em High by My Chemical Romance

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           from                 The Tide is High                     to

 

 

                                 You're Makin' Me High         Toni Braxton

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From:  Every Time You Touch Me I Feel High

 

To:  The Tide Is High -- Blondie

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I hope this is the latest post:

 

From:  "Head Held High"

 

To:  "Every Time You Touch Me I Feel High", Charlie Rich

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MsStretch wrote:


gatorgorilla wrote:

 

 


There seems to be a couple of anomalies going on. Perhaps the forum posts are not updating for Is1873 in a timely manner. I noticed a Save Me, SanFrancisco in response to Real Wild Child, but Is1873 responded correctly several posts earlier.

Help us out here Is1873. You got us scratching our heads! What the hell?!

Gotta laugh. It is what it is.

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This one is my fault.  I posted "Save the Life of My Child" not realizing that it had been posted just a few entries up.  I edited mine but before it got through Is1873 posted something based on my post.  It looked out of line but wasn't until I edited.  I went on an posted again following hers hoping that would continue the thread.  Sorry if this caused confusion.  I don't know how to avoid it when several entries are being made at almost the same time.

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Head Held High by Velvet Underground

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I've been looking over both the post MsStretch referenced and the "chain is broken" post I was so interested in.  In each case, it looks to me like some posts could have been made at almost the same time, and then one or more posters edited their posts, to keep the thread flowing.  In the process of some posters changing their song titles,  the thread just got hopelessly tangled.  And perhaps "the chain is broken" was just a way of saying "this mess is beyond fixing!"  It would be great if a certain poster would enlighten us, but meanwhile the thread, broken or not, is moving forward.  Thanks to everyone who has contributed time & thought to this matter.  Pam/gatorgorilla

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That's a possibility, MsStretch.  It was happening to me a week or so ago.  I'd refresh the page, post and when I'd come back later and refresh the page again, several posts would appear above mine that hadn't been there before.  It hasn't happened in the past few days, though.

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@gatorgorilla wrote:

@ls1873 wrote:

AND THE CHAIN IS BROKEN!!


ls1873, can you explain to us what your post was all about?  Thanks...


There seems to be a couple of anomalies going on. Perhaps the forum posts are not updating for Is1873 in a timely manner. I noticed a Save Me, San Francisco in response to Real Wild Child, but Is1873 responded correctly several posts earlier.

 

Help us out here Is1873. You got us scratching our heads! What the hell?!

 

Gotta laugh. It is what it is.

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From:  Going In Circles

 

To:  Going Out of My Head -- Little Anthony and the Imperials

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from: Will the Circle Be Unbroken to: Going In Circles The Friends Of Distinction "You've got me going in circles"

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@ls1873 wrote:

AND THE CHAIN IS BROKEN!!


ls1873, can you explain to us what your post was all about?  Thanks...

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@dragons3 wrote:

gatorgorilla -- Yes, I thought it was a legitimate song title.  It didn't fit the progression, but we've accepted out of sequence titles before.  If it isn't a leg. song title, I have no idea what the purpose was.  Someone being a spoil-sport?  


Thanks, dragons3, for taking the time to reply, and promptly.  You always seem to be considerate & cooperative - I think most all of us regular Song Title posters appreciate that!  Smiley Happy

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gatorgorilla -- Yes, I thought it was a legitimate song title.  It didn't fit the progression, but we've accepted out of sequence titles before.  If it isn't a leg. song title, I have no idea what the purpose was.  Someone being a spoil-sport?  

 

Addendum:  I just googled because I thought I remembered a gospel song about broken chains. -- There is one called "Break Every Chain" and it contains the phrase " . . . every chain is broken".  Maybe it was a legitimate error in posting?

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@dragons3 wrote:

From:  And the Chain Is Broken

 

To:  Will the Circle Be Unbroken -- Johnny Cash and the Carter Family


dragons3:  I did internet search but could not find song titled "And The Chain Is Broken."  I am mystified - did you really think that was a legitimate song title?  Wish you or "ls1873" would explain.  Thanks...

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@ls1873 wrote:

AND THE CHAIN IS BROKEN!!


Can someone explain to me what this post was all about?  Is that a song title?  If not a song title, why did ls1873 feel the need to break the chain?  I just don't get it....

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Peace Train-  Cat Stevens

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From:  "Groovy Train"

 

To:  "This Train", Peter, Paul and Mary

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Groovy Train-  The Farm

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From:  Into You Like a Train

 

To:  This Train Don't Stop There Anymore -- Elton John

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Into You Like a Train-  Psychadelic Furs

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From:  Ride the Train

 

To:  Midnight Train To Georgia -- Gladys Knight & the Pips

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From Last Train From Clarksville to

 

Ride The Train by Alabama

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The Last Train to Clarkesville- The Monkees

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From:  The Last Waltz

 

To:  Last Exit To Brooklyn -- Gene Pitney

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From Save the Last Dance For Me to

 

The Last Waltz by The Band

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Save the Last Dance For Me-  The Drifters

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