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    Quote Originally Posted by lulubaines View Post
    Wildfire. Damn I'm old.
    I love Wildfire & Michael Murphy! I like Me & You & A Dog Named Boo too! we used to call our german shepard Boo and sing that to him all the time. The day after we had to have him put down at 13 yrs old, I was laying on the couch crying nonstop & dozing from time to time. I told hubby if I only knew he was alright & understood our decision to put him down & how hard it was for us I would feel better. We were watching a movie, don't remember the name, an indian girl was kidnapped & the detective was looking through her room. He turned on the record player & the 45 on the player was Me & You & A Dog Named Boo! I know it was my boy answering me...God I miss him!!!!

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    Oh, I have a few!

    Cherchez La Femme by Gloria Estafan.
    Peggy Lee's Greatest Hits
    Midnight At The Oasis by Maria Mauldur

    Shall I continue?

    The complete box set of Have a Nice Decade: All the Hits from the 70's!
    It Wasn't God That Made Honky Tonk Angels by Kitty Wells (she rocks!)
    Manhattan Transfer's Greatest Hits!
    Paul Davis's Greatest Hits (65 Love Affair is the greatest!)-Whatever happened to him?

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    i've got "the rose" soundtrack in my car. i keep it in the cd player. i love it. my boyfriend and my friends hate it, but i absolutely love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joplinfrk View Post
    Oh, I have a few!



    It Wasn't God That Made Honky Tonk Angels by Kitty Wells (she rocks!)
    Manhattan Transfer's Greatest Hits!


    Geeks make the world go round!
    i *love* manhattan transfer!!!! i love kitty wells too!! great stuff!
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    The Rose rocks ass...especially the opening song!

    Have you seen The Manhattan Transfer in concert? They're GREAT. Whatever happened to Laurel Masse?
    peek-a-boo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joplinfrk View Post
    The Rose rocks ass...especially the opening song!

    Have you seen The Manhattan Transfer in concert? They're GREAT. Whatever happened to Laurel Masse?
    i'm glad you appreciate "the rose" lol, some people just don't get it! i've never seen mt in concert but always wanted to... i dont know what happened to her! i must google!
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    These hits were followed by a live album, The Manhattan Transfer Live. It was recorded in the UK and captured the group's great popularity in Europe at that time. Immediately after that album was recorded, in 1978, Laurel Massť was badly injured in an auto accident and was replaced by Cheryl Bentyne. The line-up has remained the same since then.

    courtesy of wikipedia
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    Thanks for the info, Jessica!
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    Quote Originally Posted by More Cheese Please View Post
    Car Wash by Rose Royce
    Funky Town by Lipps Inc
    Chantilly Lace by the Big Bopper
    nothing wrong with those. i like all three of those jams. i saw "car wash" in the movies as a child. richard pryor was great in that. "funky town" was all over the radio back in the day. i had to actually listen to the big bopper at work. i worked with the elderly and we let them listen to music from the 20's on up to the 80's. yeah they were "feelin it" lol

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    I remember when "Crocodile Rock" was new on the radio! That's a must have, too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joplinfrk View Post
    Thanks for the info, Jessica!
    you are most welcome my lovely!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharmika View Post
    Don't Touch Me by Brak... You know! The weird cat from Space Ghost?


    No? Listen and watch- COMPLETE WITH A CARTOON DANCER!!
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    I LOVED SGC2C.

    Moltar was my personal favorite.

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    Fill in the blank in this sentence:


    My friends would laugh their asses off if they knew I had __________ on my ipod, limewire, napster, etc.

    I just uploaded Debbie Gibson please send me some help.
    If Jimmy cracks corn and no one cares, why is there a song about him?


    Hag O' Death

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrhdiesel View Post
    dont knock the man in black!

    Informer - snow..... it just brings back memories & its funny trying to work out what he is saying!

    I have that song also. My friend think it's stupid.

    http://www.lyrics007.com/Snow%20Lyri...%20Lyrics.html

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Icb_tRTnA4g
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morbid1 View Post
    Johnny Paycheck "Iam the only hell my momma ever raised"

    Give me a Hell yeah!

    ...lol

    -Morbid1

    Hell yeah!!!! I frequently play his song, "Take This Job And Shove It" here at work. When they hear that they know I'm pissed about something and they better steer clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyk View Post
    i've got it!

    and i also have literally almost ALL of the songs that you guys think are embarrassing all compiled on one ipod so i must really be a loser lol.
    my friends laugh at me all the time.. including these:
    tom lehrer - poisoning pigeons in the park (& others.. he's funny)
    darkmateria - the picard song (yet i dont like star trek?)
    'on the way to cape may'
    pure prairie league - amie
    & about 95% of the rest of my collection lol

    oh and if anyone wants to hear a funny song check this out!:
    http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm...ndID=297815922 its called 'high as fuck' i've never been high as fuck, but i know ppl who have acted this way so its just as funny to me
    "Amie" by Pure Prairie League is one of my favorite songs. I love Tom Lehrer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    Brand New Key is like nails on a blackboard to me
    Here's a version you might like. Skip in to about 3 min 30 sec. He talks to much at the beginning.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jIU2leYFnPA
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    dead skunk
    waltzing matilda
    and gummy bear
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z47EUaIFrdQ

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    Quote Originally Posted by xoxojessicaxoxo View Post
    i *love* manhattan transfer!!!! i love kitty wells too!! great stuff!
    "Operator" by Manhattan Transfer is the bomb.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r8286teVgc
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    Quote Originally Posted by joplinfrk View Post
    The Rose rocks ass...especially the opening song!

    Have you seen The Manhattan Transfer in concert? They're GREAT. Whatever happened to Laurel Masse?

    http://www.laurelmasse.com/
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    ~ Indiana wants me ~

    If a man ever needed dying he did
    No one had a right to say what he said about you
    And it's so cold and lonely here without you
    Out there the law is coming
    I've been so tired of running


    The last bit of the song comes complete with police sirens wailing. Oh, the drama. Love it!
    The only difference between a death hag and the rest of the world is that we don't DENY we're fascinated by death.... (Tebssis)

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    I have some B.J. Thomas I just downloaded. My husband laughed at me.

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    My Way by Frank Sinatra

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    Quote Originally Posted by endsleigh03 View Post
    ~ Indiana wants me ~

    If a man ever needed dying he did
    No one had a right to say what he said about you
    And it's so cold and lonely here without you
    Out there the law is coming
    I've been so tired of running

    The last bit of the song comes complete with police sirens wailing. Oh, the drama. Love it!
    God I love that song....I gotta get it for my iPOD LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deat becomesher View Post
    God I love that song....I gotta get it for my iPOD LOL
    LoL
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    Samantha Fox:

    Touch Me and...

    Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)

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    crasey horses by the osmonds

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    3 songs from the cartoon The Fairly Odd Parents...
    Icky Vicky
    Shiny Teeth
    Find Your Voice

    These were sung by the character Chip Skylark...
    Otherwise known as Chris Kirkpatrick from NSYNC
    (I have a few other recordings with Chris as well..he is my guilty pleasure!!)

    I also have a full cd by an Iraqi singer, Hasmaa (its actually quite danceable!!)

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    Ummmm, The 5th Dimension. I just love 'em. Wedding Bell Blues, One Less Bell to Answer, Aquarious
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    Ok..it's time for this!!

    I searched and didn't find another thread about this so..let the fun begin!

    I know we all have musical artists/singers that we're honestly ashamed of listening to. I'll start...

    REO Speedwagon.
    Count on it, pee-drinking crap face!

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    Are we still listening or is this in our lurid past?

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    Such a long list, but I still like Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys!
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    The Carpenters
    *hanging head in shame*
    But I truly love Karen Carpenter's voice!

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    Im not ashamed of telling anyone who I listen too.

    John Denver
    The Muppets.
    Various Yodeling Pioneers
    Kix
    Oingo boingo
    Bing Crosby
    Eartha Kitt
    Vangelis

    Oh the list is endless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevyheaven View Post
    Im not ashamed of telling anyone who I listen too.

    John Denver
    The Muppets.
    Various Yodeling Pioneers
    Kix
    Oingo boingo
    Bing Crosby
    Eartha Kitt
    Vangelis

    Oh the list is endless.
    I love Oingo Boingo!!!
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    Disney Princess songs, and VeggieTales. Sadly, the Veggie Tales are more for me

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    I have a ton of early 80's new wave on my i-pod (which I just got, and which my daughter had to set up for me... oh, technology!).

    But my cheeziest song has to be "Fantasy", by Aldo Nova. He was sort of a one-hit wonder, and is now a music producer. It doesn't get much cheezier than a leopard print, skin tight jumpsuit!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GylirgHFqeQ

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    What song do you like that would shock everyone

    Ok. Time to fess up. What song do you LOVE that would shock everyone else? Personally, I like to sing the discovery channel song. Just a warm and fuzzy song to me. Anyone else wanna come clean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mandee1005 View Post
    Ok. Time to fess up. What song do you LOVE that would shock everyone else? Personally, I like to sing the discovery channel song. Just a warm and fuzzy song to me. Anyone else wanna come clean?

    Spice Girls are what i rock when i sing, and it usually freaks people out.
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    I will survive-gloria gaynor, anything by abba, It's raining men by the weather girls. Oh shit! I'm a closet disco queen, let's keep this between us hags!
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverwaif77 View Post
    I will survive-gloria gaynor, anything by abba, It's raining men by the weather girls. Oh shit! I'm a closet disco queen, let's keep this between us hags!

    I'm right there with ya.

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    YMCA by the Village People.
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    i love this video lol love the song but this is funny http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eim5j...eature=related

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmull View Post
    i love this video lol love the song but this is funny http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eim5j...eature=related
    OMG that was funny. Did you watch the Jesus one? That was even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ceege View Post
    OMG that was funny. Did you watch the Jesus one? That was even better.

    Wonder if plastic lawn chairs melt in hell?
    I so laughed at the Jesus one. Oh yeah, I'm going to hell.


    I find myself singing "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley and even dancing around to it when no one's home.

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    Mandy..........Barry Manilow .......well, a lot a of things by Barry Manilow, if you must know......

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