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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION

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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:  "Bad Day"

 

To:  "One Day More", from "Les Miserables"

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from:   ONE DAY MORE

 

to:   WAITIN' ON A SUNNY DAY  -  Bruce Springsteen

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FROM:   gatorgorilla wrote:   WAITIN' ON A SUNNY DAY  -  Bruce Springsteen


TO: Sunny Skies -- James Taylor (1970)

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From:  "Sunny Skies"

 

To:  "Blue Skies", Bing Crosby

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FROM:  PattyDiane wrote:  "Blue Skies", Bing Crosby


TO: Tangled Up in Blue -- Bob Dylan (1975)

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From:  "Tangled Up in Blue"

 

To:  "Rhapsody in Blue", George Geshwin

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FROM:   PattyDiane wrote: "Rhapsody in Blue", George Geshwin


TO: Bohemian Rhapsody -- Queen (1975)

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@millineutron wrote:

 Bohemian Rhapsody -- Queen (1975)

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Good post & challenge, millineutron!

 

my post:   RHAPSODY IN RED  -  Jerry Garcia Band, 1978

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FROM:  gatorgorilla wrote: RHAPSODY IN RED  -  Jerry Garcia Band, 1978


TO: 99 Red Balloons -- Nena (1983)

 

gatorgorilla ... good job! After posting that, I was a little worried how we were going to get out of that one! Smiley Happy

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from:   99 RED BALLOONS

 

to:   WHERE DO THEY MAKE BALLOONS?  -  They Might Be Giants, 2002

 

  millineutron:  I was contemplating shouting "Uncle", then figured I better concentrate on "rhapsody" and not "bohemian"!  This Song Title thread has been running way too long - I didn't want to be the one to bring it to an end!  (It would have made you quite the champ, however, so you can savor what you almost accomplished, I guess!)    

And an additional thought:  there are a lot of resourceful people posting here, so someone would have met your challenge, had I not done so!  Smiley Very Happy  

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From:  "Where Do They Make Balloons"

 

To:  "Up, Up and Away in My Beautiful Balloon", The 5th Dimension

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@PattyDiane wrote:

From:  "Where Do They Make Balloons"

 

To:  "Up, Up and Away in My Beautiful Balloon", The 5th Dimension


To   Air Balloon   Lily Allen

Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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from:   AIR BALLOON

 

to:   IN THE AIR TONIGHT  -  Phil Collins, 1981

 

           www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkADj0TPrJA

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From:  "In the Air Tonight"

 

To:  "When the Spring Is in the Air", from the musical "Music in the Air" by Oscar Hammerstein and Jerome Kern

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from:   WHEN THE SPRING IS IN THE AIR

 

to:   WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL  -  Keith Whitley, 1988

 

             www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GpXYKp7_Qw

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FROM:  gatorgorilla wrote: WHEN YOU SAY NOTHING AT ALL  -  Keith Whitley, 1988


TO: Money for Nothing -- Dire Straits (1985)

 

"I want my MTV!"

 

gatorgorilla-- there's also Rhapsody in the Rain by Lou Christie, which I wasn't familiar with because it was banned in 1966! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdKzdO0ItsE

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millineutron wrote: 

gatorgorilla-- there's also Rhapsody in the Rain by Lou Christie, which I wasn't familiar with because it was banned in 1966! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdKzdO0ItsE


millineutron:

Thank you for this post & the link to Lou Christie's RHAPSODY IN THE RAIN.

I just listened to it & was LOL  - imagining that song being banned in 1966!  I am not too surprised that it was banned, but boy have standards been blown wide open in this country since then!  (In Spring of 1966 I graduated from high school, so am using that to put the song in context, in my mind...)

 

Congrats on becoming a Social Butterfly!  (I have not figured out how one moves along & qualifies for the upgrades in classification;  it does not seem to be tied strictly to the number of posts a person has made.)  Kinda silly, but it's fun to  notice you've moved up a notch in your ranking...Woman LOL

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FROM: Money for Nothing -- Dire Straits (1985)

 

TO: Money (That's What I Want) -- The Beatles (1963)

 

Sorry to jump back in out of turn, but couldn't resist -- one of the most amazing John Lennon vocals ever!

(Plus I noticed that I just became a Social Butterfly, so why the heck not! Smiley Surprised )

 


 

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@millineutron wrote:

FROM: Money for Nothing -- Dire Straits (1985)

 

TO: Money (That's What I Want) -- The Beatles (1963)

 

Sorry to jump back in out of turn, but couldn't resist -- one of the most amazing John Lennon vocals ever!

(Plus I noticed that I just became a Social Butterfly, so why the heck not! Smiley Surprised )

 


 


Congrats on your Social Butterfly status!

 

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Life's a Journey, not a Destination" Aerosmith
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FROM:  nyadrn wrote: The Money Will Roll Right In    Nirvana


TO: Roll with It -- Steve Winwood (1988)

 

Woohoo! Thanks, nyadrn, for that lead in to another Steve Winwood song!  Smiley Very Happy

 

gatorgorilla--I know! Compared to what's on the radio today, "ooh, making love in the storm, sha la la la la" seems ridiculously tame, and definitely a metaphor for lost innocence. I love the line, "The windshield wipers seemed to say Together, Together!"

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From:  "Roll with It"

 

To:  "Till the Clouds Roll By", Judy Garland, from the movie by the same name about the life of Jerome Kern.

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from:   TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY

 

to:   RIVER ROLL ON  -  The Judds, 1985

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      from       River Roll On       to

 

 

                            River of Dreams       Billy Joel

 

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FROM:  mp8908 wrote:  River of Dreams       Billy Joel


TO:  Down by the River -- Neil Young (1969)

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FROM: Down by the River -- Neil Young (1969)


TO: Fall Down -- Toad the Wet Sprocket (1994)

 

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From:  "Fall Down"

 

To:  "I Fall in Love too Easily". Frank Sinatra

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from:   I FALL IN LOVE TOO EASILY

 

to:   TOO LATE - Journey, 1979

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FROM:   gatorgorilla wrote:  TOO LATE - Journey, 1979


TO: It's Too Late -- Carole King (1971)

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from:     IT'S TOO LATE  

 

to:   IT'S TOO LATE TO LOVE ME NOW  -  Dolly Parton, 1978

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From:  "It's Too Late to Love Me Now"

 

To:  "It's Too Late to Say Goodbye", Chris Brown

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