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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION
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.
In Response to Re: : SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION by ernie8778
OK I am replying to the last post I see with a song title : )
Who's Sorry Now Connie Frances
I don't like the format or the non notifiication either but I have heard that those things are being worked on. I hope so!!!
CHAPEL OF LOVE DIXIE CUPS
Bad To The Bone - George Thorogood & the Destroyers
and just so Ron knows I wasn't the bad girl here. LOL
HURT SO BAD LITTLE ANTHONY AND THE IMPERIALS..
HOLY MOLY... I will try to do better LOL
ok bonjovi...but I think you and Diane are 'bending' the rules...
I'm So Hurt....Timi Yuro
I agree with you Ron but since Ernie used the word "really" in his title too I'll go with:
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me - Culture Club
No problem Ernie. I can't help it. I'm all about the facts and just the facts.
ok Diane...I just used that song/singer just about 4 posts previous..Isn't there some kind of law/rule/regulation that forbids that!!!
If not, there should be!! All my hard work is for naught!!
YOU REALLY GOT A HOLD ON ME SMOKEY AND THE MIRACLES..
Yes I agree. I belong to others as well and none of them are getting the posts they used to. I really am not having trouble getting on this site or finding my way around and although I really hate not getting the post notifications I can work with this till that is fixed but apparently lots of others either cannot get on, cannot figure things out or don't ike things or all of those. I don't know what will happen here Will have to see I guess : )
Uh Oh ernie...you've been 'caught'...
You Really Got a Hold on Me.... Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
Sorry to correct you here but "Eight Arms to Hold You" is the name of an album by Verruca Salt and not a Beatle song. This was actually the working title of the movie that ended up being called Help! but it was not the name of a song by them. The song was Eight Days a Week.
Hold On - Wilson Phillips
ok...now back to the song title word association...
Hold Me, Kiss Me, Thrill Me....Mel Carter
Another triple for moi!!!
I hope you are right, but it sure seems that ALL the forums are having fewer and fewer people posting. I'm not in very many forums but all are having this same problem. Hopefully, we'll see more participation as this 'new & improved' system gets on tract. We'll see!!!
No you are right. The number of people posting on the whole AARP site is really low... for all the reasons we talked about. I do not know what is going to happen here but I am hoping the changes and fixes that they make will bring people back but I don't really know. What do you think?
ok....guess I'm the only one who sees it that way. Are we not to say anything except songs.artists and word/title association???
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