songs that stick in your mind,

Started by alfred, June 16, 2023, 08:30:09 AM

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Im sure many have at least one song that sticks in their minds others probably a whole lot more, but for me its tina turner  song   ( i will survive )    its catchy dated but very nice to listen to again some how to me it never seems todate and fade away

Q; so what's yours  and ill you tell your favourite/s

Michael Rolls

Unchained Melody
Marie's Wedding
That Kiss
Fever I could go on, and on
Thank you for the days, the days you gave me
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Too many to list.
Everyone has/had an "our song'" mine was by Bread,  " Gonna Make It With You" everytime I hear it I think of my ex husband, fortunately it's no longer popular  :grin:


As soon as I read about the immigrant boat capsizing this song popped into my head.

Make every day count, each day is precious.
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal".  (Cassandra)
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Finbar Furey....  Sweet Sixteen
Elbow.....  One Day Like This
Zucchero .... Va Pensiero       
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..


Bright Eyes......Simon n Garfunkel.
Fly Like a Bird.......Boz Scaggs.
Copperhead Road......Steve Earle
YMCA.......Village People.
Rockin All Over the World......Status Quo.


Too many to mention, but some unusual ones.

Dancing in the city - Marshall Hain

Yong ton song - Goons

And a lot in between.

The problem with being retired is that you never get a day off


I'm with Scrumpy on Sweet Sixteen.  I think Finbar Furey was zoony's type of musician.
For the Good Times, Kenny Rogers
Galveston, Glen Campbell
And so many more.
Its not how old you are, but how you are old. 💖



Quote from: Alex on June 16, 2023, 08:38:02 PMCopperhead Road is a classic  :upvote:

And, one of my favourite linedances, also Fly Like a Bird. Had to do them both in every class every week lol.


I agree with Raven - Rockin all over the world but I love anything by Freddie Mercury.  What a showman!


What about You're In The Army Now  ?


Yes another good one. I saw Quo live in Glasgow many years ago, it was the most exhausting concert I have ever been to. Loved every minute of it.


Me too I saw them in Manchester years ago, the only time I've set foot in Old Trafford  :grin:  :grin:


The problem with being retired is that you never get a day off