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Sing a Spell

I am not a musical person. I could not play an instrument to save my life – which may be the reason why I enjoy listening to music so much. There are several songs I can pick out by the introductory notes. Although it may take me a while to recall the name of the song, I will recognize it on some level and be able to start singing it – sometimes long after the song is over.

For your aural pleasure, readers, stop and enjoy some of the music below. Maybe you’ll be able to sing these songs later on, too. 😉

The Mithril Guardian

Diamond Girl (Seals and Crofts)

Maneater (Hall & Oats)

I’ve Got Two Tickets to Paradise (Eddie Money)

The Little Drummer Boy (Huey Lewis)

Witchy Woman (The Eagles)

Learning to Fly (Tom Petty)

Ain’t No Sunshine (Bill Withers)

Where the Streets Have No Name (Pet Shop Boys)

It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me (Billy Joel)

Pop Goes the World (Men Without Hats)

Private Eyes (Hall & Oates)

Fun, Fun, Fun (The Beach Boys)

Who Can It Be Now? (Men At Work)

I Ran So Far Away (Flock of Seagulls)

God Only Knows (The Beach Boys)

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It’s Still Rock’n’Roll to Me

Here are some more musical trips down memory lane for you, readers! My tastes may be retro rather than hip, but that is what happens when you listen to the music they play at the store. You hear it, and it makes an impression on you – even when you cannot understand all the lyrics!

See ya later, Navigator!

The Mithril Guardian

Hound Dog – Elvis Presley

Mr. Blue Sky – ELO

I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) – The Proclaimers

Run Runaway – Great Big Sea

Rock and Roll Never Forgets – Bob Seger

Heart of Rock & Roll – Huey Lewis and the News

Jailhouse Rock – Elvis Presley

Roll Over Beethoven – ELO

Walking On Sunshine – Katrina and the Waves

Dark Horse – Amanda Marshall

Bird House in Your Soul – They Might Be Giants

Video Killed the Radio Star – The Buggles                  

Walk Like an Egyptian – The Bangles

Stand – R.E.M.

It’s the End of the World as We Know It – R.E.M.

I’m a Believer – The Monkees

Down Under – Men At Work

More Than a Feeling – Boston

Take It Easy – The Eagles