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Just Can’t Get Enough of This Music!

Get your jam on, readers! Here are some more great pop tunes to bring a smile to your face and lighten your mood. Star-Lord would be pleased. Yeah, man!

Enjoy!

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Come On, Eileen – Dexy’s Midnight Runners

 

Walk of Life – Dire Straits

 

9 to 5 – Dolly Parton

 

Life in a Northern Town – The Dream Academy

 

Listen to the Music – The Doobie Brothers

 

Already Gone – The Eagles

 

Strange Magic – ELO

 

Tiger – Fabian

 

Praise You – FatboySlim

 

Crimson and Clover – Tommy Jones and The Shondells

 

Why Do Fools Fall In Love? – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers

 

Chase – Giorgio Moroder

 

She’s Gone – Hall & Oates

 

Life in One Day – Howard Jones

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Some Bread for You

Yep, it’s official. I am a lover of older music. Try out Bread today, readers. I can’t promise that all of these songs will be to your taste, but they are certainly worth sampling. And yes, those puns were deliberate. 😉

Have fun savoring the music!

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Dismal Day

 

London Bridge

 

Look What You’ve Done

 

Let Your Love Go

 

Down on My Knees

 

Diary

 

Sweet Surrender

 

The Guitar Man

 

Fancy Dancer

 

Lost Without Your Love

More Oldies But Goodies

Here are some more “oldies but goodies” for you to enjoy, readers! Is it just me, or is this stuff better than a lot of the newer music being produced by a lot of companies today?

Don’t get me wrong – I like several new artists very, very much. But they’re few and far between; music like this just strikes a better chord with me. (Pun intended, more or less.) There’s just something about these songs that makes them superior to a lot of the new noise being created now, in my opinion.

Anyway, here are some “retro” tunes to brighten your day, readers. Enjoy!

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All Out of Love – Air Supply

 

Making Love Out of Nothing at All – Air Supply

 

It’s All Been Done – Barenaked Ladies

 

Better Not Look Down – BB King

 

The Tide Is High – Blondie

 

One Way or Another – Blondie

 

You’ve Made Me So Very Happy – Blood, Sweat, & Tears

 

Three Is a Magic Number – Bob Dorough

 

Right On My Way Home – Bob Dorough

 

You’re So Vain – Carly Simon

 

Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly

 

You Might Think – The Cars

 

I Want Candy – Bow Wow Wow

Lights, Camera – ABBA!

Yes, I saw the film Mamma Mia! No, that is not where I first heard ABBA. Did you know ABBA was offered about a billion dollars to go on tour again, but they all turned the offer down? Talk about class!

Want to know something else interesting? Not one member of ABBA could speak English when they were originally performing. They memorized and sang the words for their songs, but they did not actually understand English. You would never know that when you heard them perform, though! 🙂

Okay, history lesson over. Go have fun thanking ABBA for the music!

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Dancing Queen

 

Knowing Me, Knowing You

 

Take A Chance on Me

 

Mamma Mia

 

Lay All Your Love (On Me)

 

Super Trooper

 

I Have a Dream

 

S. O. S.

 

Fernando

 

Voulez-Vous

 

One of Us

 

The Name of the Game

 

Thank You for the Music

 

Waterloo

Favorite Artist: Phil Collins

Phil Collins is an artist I have listened to for years. I really enjoy his music. Below you will find the songs he did that I like most. Hope you find some favorites!

Enjoy!

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Driving the Last Spike

Illegal Alien

Sussudio

Against All Odds

You Can’t Hurry Love

Take Me Home

Something Happened on the Way to Heaven

Two Hearts

Who Said I Would

Don’t Lose My Number

Another Day in Paradise

A Civil War Parody

This inspired parody was written by masterleiaofasgard for Captain America: Civil War. I never even thought to put this song to the moment Steve and Sharon kissed – but Leia did! A master indeed, you cannot fail to enjoy her fun, witty parody, readers!

Avengers Assemble!

Excelsior!

Okay, this was definitely one of my favorite scenes in the movie, and this song was the first thing to come to mind, so I thought I’d do a Civil War parody of it. I hope you enjoy. 😉

Capture

*Steve and Sharon are kissing. Sam and Bucky watch from the car*

Sam: I can see what’s happening…

Bucky: What?

Sam: And they don’t have a clue…

Bucky: Who?

Sam:  They’ll fall in love, and here’s the bottom line, our trio’s down to two.

Bucky: Oh, no!

Sam: The calming beams of daylight

There’s magic everywhere

And with all this romantic atmosphere

Disaster’s in the air.

Bucky: Can you feel the love tonight,

The peace the morning brings

Sam: Wait, excuse me?

Bucky: *kicks Sam’s seat* The world, for once, in perfect harmony

With all its living things.

*In the meantime, Steve’s staring at Sharon*

Steve: *thinking* So many things to…

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Favorite Artist: Petula Clark

A little girl with a big voice. That is how someone I know described Petula Clark. I only know and love four of her songs, but that is good enough for me at the moment. The lady does have a superb, beautiful voice. If you check out the videos below, you will see what I mean, readers. Or, rather, hear what I mean!

The videos were chosen for their sound quality rather than their actual content, so you do not have to watch them if you do not want to. Just listen…and enjoy!

Excelsior!

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My Love

 

Downtown

 

Don’t Sleep in the Subway

 

The Other Man’s Grass (Is Always Greener)