Remember That Song – 8/3/20

Can you name the artist and song:

You bring me feelin’
You bring me fire
You give me a love that’s taking me higher


Last Song: “Electric Avenue” by Eddy Grant from the album Killer on the Rampage (1983)

Great job Adora (@Adora2000), Lori (@ThreezkyMusic), Craig (@cdennis0130), Jim (@imjlkr), Peter (@JamsieBlonde007), Dan (@IrritatingBore), and Rosa (@RosaRey33120220)!!!

Down in the street there is violence
And a lots of work to be done
)!!!

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Remember That Song – 7/31/20

Can you name the artist and song:

Down in the street there is violence
And a lots of work to be done
)!!!


Last Song: “Would I Lie To You?” by Eurythmics from the album Be Yourself Tonight (1985)

Great job Adora (@Adora2000), A Wolfe (@adelecw), Scorpion (@DianneR16469208), and Rosa (@RosaRey33120220)!!!

My friends, know what’s in store
I won’t be here anymore
I’ve packed my bag
I’ve cleaned the floor
Watch me walkin’
Walkin’ out the door

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Remember That Song – 7/30/20

Can you name the artist and song:

My friends, know what’s in store
I won’t be here anymore
I’ve packed my bag
I’ve cleaned the floor
Watch me walkin’
Walkin’ out the door


Last Song: “Double Dutch Bus” by Frankie Smith from the album Double Dutch Bus (1981)

Great job Adora (@Adora2000)!!!

Ain’t got no car to get around
When I go to work I’ve gotta go downtown
Now I’ve missed my train
That’s a darn shame

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Remember That Song – 7/29/20

Deep Track Day!
Can you name the artist and song:

Ain’t got no car to get around
When I go to work I’ve gotta go downtown
Now I’ve missed my train
That’s a darn shame


Last Song: “Shakedown” by Bob Seger from the Beverly Hills Cop II Soundtrack (1987)

Great job GTOkie (@GTOKLAHOMA) and David (@daviddwwalker)!!!

No matter what you think you pull you’ll find it’s not enough
No matter who you think you know you won’t get through

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Remember That Song – 7/28/20

Can you name the artist and song:

No matter what you think you pull you’ll find it’s not enough
No matter who you think you know you won’t get through


Last Song: “Let It Whip” by Dazz Band from the album Keep It Live (1982)

Great job Adora (@Adora2000)!!!

Wanna see you with it
Sure could treat you right
Give me just a minute
Of your time tonight
We both are here to have good fun

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Remember That Song – 7/27/20

Can you name the artist and song:

Wanna see you with it
Sure could treat you right
Give me just a minute
Of your time tonight
We both are here to have good fun


Last Song: “Let My Love Open The Door” by Pete Townshend from the album Empty Glass (1980)

Great job Adora (@Adora2000), Lori (@ThreezkyMusic), Jim (@imjlkr), and Jim LePere(@Jim_LePere)!!!

When people keep repeating
That you’ll never fall in love
When everybody keeps retreating
But you can’t seem to get enough

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Remember That Song – 7/24/20

Can you name the artist and song:

When people keep repeating
That you’ll never fall in love
When everybody keeps retreating
But you can’t seem to get enough


Last Song: “All Fired Up” by Pat Benatar from the album Wide Awake in Dreamland (1988)

Great job sweetpurplejune, Adora (@Adora2000), and Jim (@imjlkr)!!!

Now I believe there comes a time
When everything just falls in line
We live an’ learn from our mistakes
The deepest cuts are healed by faith

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