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Easy Listening Hits

These are mostly new songs to me. Somewhere Beyond the Sea is familiar to anyone who has seen Finding Nemo, of course, and I heard It’s Amore in one form or another from the time I could walk. But the rest are new friends to me. I hope, whether they are old or new to you, readers, that they are no less enjoyable.

Happy hearing!

The Mithril Guardian

Do You Know the Way to San Jose? (Dionne Warwick)

Somewhere Beyond the Sea (Bobby Darin)

It’s Amore (Dean Martin)

Rocky Mountain High (John Denver)

I’ll Never Fall in Love Again (Dionne Warwick)

My Beautiful Balloon (The Fifth Dimension)

The Candy Man (Sammy Davis Jr.)

Everything is Beautiful (Ray Stevens)

Laughter in the Rain (Neil Sedaka)

A Kiss to Build a Dream On (Louis Armstrong)

By the Time I Get to Phoenix (Glen Campbell)

Moon River (Henry Mancini)

Dream (The Everly Brothers)

Cherish (The Association)

What a Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)

Wichita Lineman (Glen Campbell)

I Write the Songs (Barry Manilow)

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Quotable Quotes #15

There are certain things we feel to be beautiful and good, and we must hunger after them. – George Eliot

Strong beliefs win strong men and then make them stronger. – Walter Bagehot

Goals should be realistic, and they should reflect improvement. – Ted Williams

Great minds have purposes; others have wishes. – Washington Irving

How many cares one loses when one decides not to be something but to be someone. – Coco Chanel

Many a time I have wanted to stop talking and find out what I really believed. – Walter Lippmann

This became a credo of mine: attempt the impossible in order to improve your work. – Bette Davis

The secret to success is constancy to purpose. – Benjamin Disraeli

Love the moment, and {its energy} will spread beyond all boundaries. – Corita Kent

The longer I live, the more beautiful life becomes. The earth’s beauty grows on me. – Frank Lloyd Wright.

This is no time for ease and comfort. It is the time to dare and endure. – Winston Churchill