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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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Stand Tall-  Burton Cummings

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                                    from            I'll Bet You a Kangaroo             to

 

 

                                                     I'll Stand By You        The Pretenders

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@dragons3 wrote:

 

 

  Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport -- Rolf Harris


 

to:   I'll Bet You A Kangaroo   -   Olivia Newton-John

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From:  Down On the Corner

 

To:  Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport -- Rolf Harris

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                  from                      Don't Bring Me Down          to

 

                           

                                                    Down On the Corner        CCR

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From:  "Bring the Light"

 

To:  "Don't Bring Me Down", The Animals

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from:   Light My Fire

 

to:   Bring The Light   -   Smashing Pumpkins

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From:  Beginning to See the Light

 

To:  Light My Fire -- The Doors 

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from:   Heartlight

 

to:   Beginning To See The Light   -   The Velvet Underground

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From:  Winelight

 

To:  Heartlight -- Neil Diamond

 

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Winelight-  Grover Washington Jr.

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From:  Red Red Wine

 

To:  The Days of Wine and Roses -- Andy Williams 

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Red Red Wine-  UB40

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Spill That Wine, Dig That Girl by Eric Burdon and The Animals

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Bottle of Wine-  The Fireballs

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@dragons3 wrote:

 

 

  Time In a Bottle -- Jim Croce


to:   What's The Bottle Done To My Baby   -   Loretta Lynn

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From: Fallen On Hard Times 

 

To:  Time In a Bottle -- Jim Croce

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Fallen on Hard Times-  Jethro Tull

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From Killin Time to

 

Hard Times In America by Willie Nile

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@PattyDiane wrote:

"Killing Me Softly", Roberta Flack

 

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to:   Killin' Time   -   Clint Black

 

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@dragons3 wrote:

@gatorgorilla wrote:

@cs76522381 wrote:

If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me by?


I think you are referring to "Put Yourself In My Shoes", by country singer Clint Black...?



There really is a song called "If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me" .  It's on the list of worst country song titles.


dragons3:  I could find the list of worst country song titles that you have mentioned, and I could find the song title, "If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me", on that list. However,  with further internet searching, I could not find the performer.  Can you?

 

I found two songs by non-country artists titled "If I Were In Your Shoes", one by You Me At Six, and the other by Liza Minnelli.  Neither of those songs contains the line, "If I were In your shoes, I'd walk right back to me".

 

I had mentioned the Clint Black song, "Put Yourself In My Shoes", because it was a very popular country song in 1990, hitting #4 on the US country chart.  It contained the line, "If I could only put myself in your shoes, I'd walk right back to me."   With it being such a popular song, it seems likely that someone might remember a "catchy" line from it.  So, that is why I mentioned the Clint Black song...  

 

 

 

 gatorgorilla -- I looked, but couldn't find a performer listed anywhere for "If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me", either.  I didn't really look for one the first time.  I just had to google that title because it seemed so unlikely to be a real song title.  When I found it on that list, I didn't look any further.  This time I  checked the BMI database and there is no such song title listed.  However, there are 7 songs titled "If I Were In Your Shoes".  Your explanation is the most likely one.

 

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From:  "Sofly As I Leave You"

 

To:  "Killing Me Softly", Roberta Flack

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from:   Come Softly To Me

 

to:  Softly, As I Leave You   -   Frank Sinatra

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@dragons3 wrote:

@gatorgorilla wrote:

@cs76522381 wrote:

If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me by?


I think you are referring to "Put Yourself In My Shoes", by country singer Clint Black...?



There really is a song called "If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me" .  It's on the list of worst country song titles.


dragons3:  I could find the list of worst country song titles that you have mentioned, and I could find the song title, "If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me", on that list. However,  with further internet searching, I could not find the performer.  Can you?

 

I found two songs by non-country artists titled "If I Were In Your Shoes", one by You Me At Six, and the other by Liza Minnelli.  Neither of those songs contains the line, "If I were In your shoes, I'd walk right back to me".

 

I had mentioned the Clint Black song, "Put Yourself In My Shoes", because it was a very popular country song in 1990, hitting #4 on the US country chart.  It contained the line, "If I could only put myself in your shoes, I'd walk right back to me."   With it being such a popular song, it seems likely that someone might remember a "catchy" line from it.  So, that is why I mentioned the Clint Black song...  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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From Easy Come, Easy Go to

 

Come Softly to Me by Fleetwoods

 

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Easy Come, Easy Go-  Bobby Sherman

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From:  Let Me Down Easy

 

To:  Easy Come, Easy Go -- George Strait 

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Let Me Down Easy-  Chris Isaak

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From:  And Her Tears Flowed Like Rain

 

To:  A Little Bitty Tear Let Me Down -- Burl Ives

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@gatorgorilla wrote:

@cs76522381 wrote:

If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me by?


I think you are referring to "Put Yourself In My Shoes", by country singer Clint Black...?



There really is a song called "If I Were In Your Shoes, I'd Walk Right Back To Me" .  It's on the list of worst country song titles.

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