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Re: What Songs Would You Retire?

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I'd retire all Rap, although I don't consider it music.  I realize "to each his own" but I feel sorry for those who consider that music and who haven't been exposed to the real thing.

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nyadrn: Fun topic! I've been checking for new replies a couple of times a day/evening. I'm loving the comments. Thanks for starting the thread! -- Patricia
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Re: What Songs Would You Retire?

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80's disco

"Music can change the world because it can change people." - Bono
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@wmslc1961 wrote:

How is They're Coming to Take Me Away (ha ha),  politically incorrect? It's just a song!


It was heavily criticized for making light of mental illness, and many stations quit playing it for that reason.

"Music can change the world because it can change people." - Bono
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Although I love Boston and feel like a traitor, I have to nominate Sweet Caroline sung by Neil Diamond and anyone else. I never could stand that song and during baseball season it is ubiquitous in Boston. Hate. That. Song.

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Oh, my, yes. And every other Bobby Goldsboro song. Remember (gag) "See the Funny Little Clown" and "Watching Scotty Grow"?

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an1532 -- the Bobby Goldsboro song was "Honey." I agree, that song should heve been killed before it was written.

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I liked Journey's "Wheel in the Sky." Other than that, I completely agree with all of InsertCleverNameHere's selections, and I'd add anything by Christopher Cross or Olivia Newton John. 

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You Light Up My Life by Debbie Boone makes me want to hurl myself off a bridge.  Ditto Billy Don't Be a Hero, Tie a Yellow Ribbon, and The Night Chicago Died.  Also, anything by Air Supply or Journey will have me retching within nanoseconds.

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Gilbert O'Sullivan's "Alone Again Naturally" is a real downer. I change the station every time it is played.

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