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Songs about the 5 Senses

How about a list of songs about the 5 senses? Sight, Smell, Sound, Taste, Touch

 

List as many songs for each category as you like.

 

I'll go ahead and start with an obvious choice:

 

See Me, Feel Me (Touch Me) - The Who

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Behind Blue Eyes by The Who

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I Told Every Little Star - Linda Scott

I Just Gotta Get A Message To You - Bee Gees

Jealous Eyes - Statler Bros.

Just One Look - Linda Ronstadt, Hollies

Laughing - Guess Who

Laughter In The Rain - Neil Sedaka

Listen People - Hermans Hermits 

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Great choice of songs!

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I Must Be Seeing Things by Gene Pitney

I Hear a Symphony by The Supremes

I Say a Little Prayer by Dionne Warwick

Knock on Wood

Smile (though your ❤ is breaking)

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Hello, its Me by Todd Rundgren

The Look of Love by Dusty Springfield

I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet

I Can See for Miles

These Eyes are Crying

 

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The below three all recorded by The Partridge Family:

 

I Can Feel Your Heartbeat

Looking Through The Eyes Of Love (originally recorded by Gene Pitney in the 60's)

It Sounds Like You're Saying Hello

 

 

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When I Kiss Your Lips, It Tastes Just Like a Jelly Donut, by the Smokey Mountain Rappers.

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                    Stop And Smell The Roses             Mac Davis

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Love Hurts  by. Nazareth 

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When a Blind Man Cries - Deep Purple

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Reach out and Touch Somebody Hand (Diana Ross) 

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I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For - U2, Cher

I'm Feelin' Sorry - Ricky Nelson

I'm Lookin' For Someone To Love - Buddy Holly & Crickets

I'm Hooked On A Feeling - B.J. Thomas

I'm Never Gonna Tell - Jimmie Rodgers

It Hurts To Be In Love - Gene Pitney

It Keeps Right On A-Hurting - Johnny Tillotson

It's Not For Me To Say - Johnny Mathis  

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The Twilight Zone Theme Song Seasons 4 & 5:


You unlock this door with the key of imagination. 
Beyond it is another dimension- a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. 
You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. 
You've just crossed over into . . . the Twilight Zone.

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Look Through Any Window -- The Hollies

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See You Later,  I'm  Gone... Marchell Tucker Band.

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Touch me....The Doors

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Just One Look -- written by Doris Troy & Gregory Carroll, recorded by Doris Troy. Also recorded by The Hollies, Anne Murray, Linda Ronstadt, Martha & the Vandellas, and Lulu, to name a few.

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Nice. I liked the Linda Ronstadt version.
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@rh97821964 wrote:
Nice. I liked the Linda Ronstadt version.

Yeah, me too ... but Doris Troy got a lot of mileage out of that one. 

 

Here's one more:

Dude (Looks Like a Lady) -- Aerosmith

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a taste of honey - herb alpert, i want to hold hand and i feel fine - the beatles,i told you so and see you again - carrie underwood

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Walk on By - Dionne Warwick 

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" Kisses sweeter than wine " by Jimmy Rodgers "I wanna hold your hand" by the Beatles " I hear you knockin' (but you can't come in) " various "Spill wine,  Drink the wine " by Eric Burton and the animals 

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One last song:

 

"The Air That I Breathe" - Hollies

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           Wake Up And Smell The Coffee           The Cranberries

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Love Walked In - Artie Shaw
The Look of Love - Dusty Springfield
Over the Rainbow - Judy Garland
Misty - Errol Garner

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Thanks for the Kudo - I think only AARP members would know the songs that I love

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Listen To The Music -- The Doobie Brothers

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I Got A Feeling - Ricky Nelson

I Just Called To Say I Love You - Stevie Wonder

I Must Be Seeing Things - Gene Pitney

I Only Have Eyes For You - Flamingos

I Saw Her Again Last Night - Mamas & Papas

I Saw Your Picture In The Paper - Statler Bros.

I Say A Little Prayer For You - Aretha Franklin

I See The Want To In Your Eyes - Conway Twitty

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That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be - Carly Simon

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Sweet Cherry Wine (Tommy James/Shondells), Touch Me (Doors), Doctor My Eyes (Jackson Brown), I Hear you Knocking (Dave Edmunds), Smells like Teen Spirit (Nirvana),That Smell (Lynnrd Skynrd)

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