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Save The Last Dance For Me takes me back to 1960, The Locarno and my then boyfriend Graham Cook, oh to be young again :)

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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

 

Lets hang on --four seasons

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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

 

Where do you go to my Lovely......sung by a bloke with a large and bushy tash.......it was

Peter Starstead.

 

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My all time favorites were:

 

In My Own Time - Roger Chapman and Family.

 

Natural Born Boogie - Steve Marriot with Humble Pie.

 

Staying Alive - The Bee Gees.

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'Imagine' is a great song as is 'Woman' by Lennon

'Stayin' Alive' is good too

 

another favourite - 'These are the days of our lives'

Freddie Mercury

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'Imagine' is a great song as is 'Woman' by Lennon

'Stayin' Alive' is good too

 

another favourite - 'These are the days of our lives'

Freddie Mercury

 

Talking about John Lennon, my favourite post Beatles song is Jealous Guy, also love Bryan Ferry's version Also love the Bee Gees, only one left now sigh. Queen - my favourite of theirs is Somebody to Love.

 

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Save The Last Dance For Me takes me back to 1960, The Locarno and my then boyfriend Graham Cook, oh to be young again :)

 

Did you always save the last dance for him?:love:

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Did you always save the last dance for him?:love:

 

Yes, at that time they used to play the song at the end of the night and Graham would find me and take me home. It didn't last long but it was sweet while it lasted. :smile:

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Yes, at that time they used to play the song at the end of the night and Graham would find me and take me home. It didn't last long but it was sweet while it lasted. :smile:[/
Edited by TORONTONY

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And that's another of my favourite songs 'Young Love', Tab Hunter was one of my first 'hearthrobs', now there's an age give away :)

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And that's another of my favourite songs 'Young Love', Tab Hunter was one of my first 'hearthrobs', now there's an age give away :)

 

Remember the song and know what he looks like but was he a film star who had a hit song or vice versa? Way I look at age, and we are pretty close in that regard, I would guess, is that all the best wines and cheeses are at their best the older they get. There, now you know my defensive strategy against ageing, lol;)

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He was a film star, every young girls dream, except he is actually gay. This reminds me of 2 other great records, Bobby Darins 'Dream Lover' and Sarah Vaughans 'Broken Hearted Melody'

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He was a film star, every young girls dream, except he is actually gay. This reminds me of 2 other great records, Bobby Darins 'Dream Lover' and Sarah Vaughans 'Broken Hearted Melody'

 

Dream Lover brings back a lot of memories. Did you ever see that film about Bobby called Beyond the Sea? Kevin Spacey is amazing and does his own singing.

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Dream Lover brings back a lot of memories. Did you ever see that film about Bobby called Beyond the Sea? Kevin Spacey is amazing and does his own singing.

 

That's something I'd like to see! Bobby Darin's 'Beyond the sea/La Mer' is one of my favs. I couldn't pick one, so many already mentioned hit the spot, especially those on Lushcannons list. I'll add one more, the Kinks 'Thank you for the day'.

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