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Semaj

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Monday, July 14th 2008, 3:56am

I must be getting Old

Beatles:
Hey Jude
Let it be
Dear Prudence
While my guitar gently weeps

Meatloaf:
Two out of three aint bad

Coven:
One tin soldier

Bobbie Gentry:
Ode to Billy Joe

Jeanne C Riley:
Harper valley PTA

Bob Dylan:
Like a rolling stone
Mr tambourine man

The Kinks:
Lola

Rolling Stones:
Ruby tueday

KISS:
Beth

Gordan Lightfoot:
The wreck of the edmound Fitzgerald

Janis Joplin:
Me and bobby Mc Gee

CCR:
Proud mary

Harry Chapin:
Cats in the Cradle

Brewer and Shipley:
One toke over the line

Three dog Night:
Jeremiah was a bullfrog
Never been to spain
The night Chicago died


Mamma’s and Papa’s
Seasons in the sun

Five Man Electrical Band:
Signs

Carly Simon:
You’re so vain

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Monday, July 14th 2008, 11:54pm

You're probably not getting as old as you think because I know almost all of the songs you mentioned, and I'm less than half your age. Oh, and did I mention that I like all of the songs out of those that I know. Those songs may be getting old now, but they haven't lost their appeal to some among the younger generations.
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Tuesday, July 15th 2008, 5:58am

You aren't old

Trust me! All those songs are great, just a little dated - plus people nowadays can't think for themselves so they let people choose what they listen to and most of that stuff is just terrible. Every song I knew out of those I think are brilliant, so don't be hard on yourself, I'm only 17.

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Friday, July 18th 2008, 1:11am

man you you have much luck of living 70's era...

this was the best era for the music, I love progresive rock, funk, soul, jazz fussion from 70's, years of real creativity

Semaj

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Friday, July 18th 2008, 1:44pm

These were just a couple samples that I wanted to make a CD of. I had to remove the following:

Harper Vally PTA
Both Bob Dylan Songs
Proud Mary (this was originally done by Ike and Tina Turner)
The night Chicago Died

The CD turned out to be pretty good. I'll have to start working on the next set of twenty songs.

Forensic, I wasn't getting down on myself, that was just a title, I'm one of the oldest "Kids" there ever will be.

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Monday, July 21st 2008, 11:27pm

i agree most of those songs are good but i gotta admit the mratloaf one is one of my leaste favourite from him

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Tuesday, July 22nd 2008, 12:41am

i agree most of those songs are good but i gotta admit the mratloaf one is one of my leaste favourite from him
I kinda forgot about the "Dashboard Lights" prior to making the CD :(