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A lady's prerogative, of course, I will however select the one song to qualify for my question....drum roll....I'll be seeing you- Billie Holliday, there you go ma-am:cool:

 

And less of the ma'am.I am a red blooded male hence the avatar of one of my crushes...

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And less of the ma'am.I am a red blooded male hence the avatar of one of my crushes...

 

Sorry about that lol. I guess I got carried away with the avatar, thinking it was you, hence the chat-up kind of response I made to your original post. Still think I chose the best song though :cool: Cheers owd lad.

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Don't you want me, by The Human League.

 

Nothing like the local touch, great song , well produced.

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Sorry about that lol. I guess I got carried away with the avatar, thinking it was you, hence the chat-up kind of response I made to your original post. Still think I chose the best song though :cool: Cheers owd lad.

 

And less of the owd...:D

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There were that many great songs in the 60's I would find it difficult to pick just one.

 

Angel1.

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How deep is your love........................BeeGees

The Power of love..............................Jennifer Rush

Girl from Ipanema...............................Joao Gilberto

Sugar Sugar.....................................The Archies

Let's Hang On...................................Four Tops

You were always on my mind..............Elvis

The Wonder of You............................Elvis

Save the last dance for me.................Drifters

A little less conversation.....................Elvis

Where do you go to my lovely?...........Peter Gabriel

Edited by cressida

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For me the song that had the most impact was Tainted Love by Soft Cell, you could go round town from pub to pub and it was on in the one you left and it was on in the one you arrived in.

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There were that many great songs in the 60's I would find it difficult to pick just one.

 

Angel1.

 

Pick one from the 70's then:cool:

 

---------- Post added 25-02-2016 at 16:13 ----------

 

How deep is your love........................BeeGees

The Power of love..............................Jennifer Rush

Girl from Ipanema...............................Joao Gilberto

Sugar Sugar.....................................The Archies

Let's Hang On...................................Four Tops

You were always on my mind..............Elvis

The Wonder of You............................Elvis

Save the last dance for me.................Drifters

A little less conversation.....................Elvis

Where do you go to my lovely?...........Peter Gabriel

 

I will select Save the last dance for me from that lot, all great songs though.

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Let's Hang On...................................Four Tops

Where do you go to my lovely?...........Peter Gabriel

 

 

I've not heard those versions, cressida, but just those by the Four Seasons and Peter Sarstedt.

 

If you could only have one of your ten, which one would it be?

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Save the last dance for me

 

I also like 'Desiree' by Neil Diamond;)

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Imagine - John Lennon

 

The Twist - Chubby Checker

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