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    Number One Song Day You Were Born

    Got mouse problems so I said frak it and we'll start a brand new thread. I know there's one out there but I'm too frustrated with this mouse as it's been a while and now when I really need it to bloody WORK it barely does.

    Let's try and link something, eh?

    https://playback.fm/birthday-song

    If it works, go from there. The Doors suck, why did it have to be the frakking DOORS for me? Couldn't be Yummy, Yummy, Yummy?
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    Theme from A Summer Place. Percy Faith

    While I don't remember it personally.....I DO recall it in Animal House...was it the Handjob scene?

    I went to Wikipedia for this....that way you don't have to give your personal information (birthday) to a questionable website Phishing for data.
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    Come On-a My House, Rosemary Clooney. Composed by the guy who later became David Seville of The Chipmunks (“Alvin!!”), lyrics by author William Saroyan. Band conducted by Mitch Miller, featuring that rare Top Ten instrument, a harpsichord, played by later-famous composer/pianist Stan Freeman.

    I’ve always considered this a rather auspicious “birth song,” full of potential and foreshadowing. Later, in the Sixties, when harpsichords started appearing again on the radio (Rolling Stones, Simon & Garfunkel, etc.) it seemed quite natural somehow.

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    Come softly - The Fleetwoods
    Never heard of them, or this song.

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    "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" Elvis Presley was the big one right around my birthday.

    Other songs from my birth year:

    Stay
    Georgia On My Mind
    Save The Last Dance For Me
    The Twist
    It's Now Or Never
    Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini
    Alley Oop
    Cathy's Clown
    Stuck On You
    Theme From A Summer Place
    Teen Angel
    Running Bear
    El Paso
    Everybody's Somebody's Fool
    I'm Sorry
    My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own
    Mr. Custer
    I Want To Be Wanted
    Save The Last Dance For Me
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    Tossin and Turnin by Bobbie Lewis
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lou View Post
    Tossin and Turnin by Bobbie Lewis
    This one.
    He did not know that the sword he'd hold, would turn his priceless empire into fool's gold...

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    April Love by Pat Boone

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    I looked up the Dutch chart history and for me its Manfred Mann with Ha! Ha! Said the clown.

    Did not know the song....and wish I still didn't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedunno View Post
    I looked up the Dutch chart history and for me its Manfred Mann with Ha! Ha! Said the clown.

    Did not know the song....and wish I still didn't.
    I like that song.

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    Take Good Care of My Baby by Bobby Vee


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    It’s Now or Never - Elvis

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    Hey! Baby - John Channel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buddhabreath View Post
    It’s Now or Never - Elvis
    Ha! I know when you were born...

    (meaning, most likely, the same year as me...)

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    "Mother-in-Law", sung by Ernie K-Doe, written and produced by Allen Toussaint. Silly, but kinda cool. Nice groove and horns.
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    I can’t stop loving you- Ray Charles

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    Sheb Wooley, "Purple People Eater".
    Maka ki ecela tehani yanke lo!

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    Vaya con Dios - Les Paul and Mary Ford
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturgeon's Lawyer View Post
    Sheb Wooley, "Purple People Eater".
    Ooh, I want that one! (And not just because it would make me seven years younger!)

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    "Heartbreak Hotel." I like to say I was born under the sign of Elvis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mozo-pg View Post
    Hey! Baby - John Channel
    Pretty sure it's Bruce Channel (pronounced like Coco Chanel, not TV channel), you're about a decade younger than me

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    Teen Angel by Mark Dinning. It's cool that this song was used for the film American Graffiti:


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