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  1. I remember it being done in the 60's by a country music artist.But I don't remember his name.
  2. Hurt So Bad.........Linda Rondstadt I know you Don't know what I'm goin' through Standing here Looking at you Well, let me tell you that it Hurts so bad It makes me feel so sad It makes me hurt so bad To see you again Like needles and pins, people say You've been making out okay He's in love, don't stand in his way Well, let me tell you that it Hurts so bad It makes me feel so sad It's gonna hurt so bad If you walk away Why don't you stay and let me make it up to you I'll do anything you want me to You loved me before Please love me again I can't let you go back to her Please don't go, please don't go Ohhhh, hurts so bad Come back, it hurts so bad Don't make it hurt so bad I'm beggin' you please
  3. I like B.J. Thomas version best because it has that Coral Electric Sitar sound.I love this sound and I'm planning on purchasing an electric sitar soon.
  4. I hope I don't get laughed out of here by suggesting a disco song but here it is.I've always loved the bass guitar playing in BOOGIE OOGIE OOGIE by A Taste Of Honey.....Sorry.LOL
  5. Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan The Rain,The Park and Other Things by The Cowsills It Never Rains In California by Albert Hammond Who'll Stop The Rain by Creedence Clearwater Revival Have You Ever Seen The Rain by Creedence Clearwater Revival
  6. Joe Walsh uses the talk box on Rocky Mountain Way and other songs as well.
  7. Another song that is very soothing for me is.... About To Begin by Robin Trower.
  8. The Moody Blues-A Question Of Balance The Moody Blues-Days Of Future Passed This is very soothing stuff.lol
  9. I think your right.I remember my mom having this song when I was a kid.lol
  10. A Horse With No Name by America.............it is definitely my all time favorite song...
  11. This one is late 60's or maybe 1970 but it's really cool.......Just Dropped In by Kenny Rogers and The First Edition JUST DROPPED IN (To see what condition my condition was in) written by Mickey Newbury (yeah, yeah, oh-yeah, what condition my condition was in) I woke up this mornin? with the sundown shinin? in I found my mind in a brown paper bag within I tripped on a cloud and fell-a eight miles high I tore my mind on a jagged sky I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in (yeah, yeah, oh-yeah, what condition my condition was in) I pushed my soul in a deep dark hole and then I followed it in I watched myself crawlin? out as I was a-crawlin? in I got up so tight I couldn?t unwind I saw so much I broke my mind I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in (yeah, yeah, oh-yeah, what condition my condition was in) Someone painted april fool in big black letters on a dead end sign I had my foot on the gas as I left the road and blew out my mind Eight miles outta memphis and I got no spare Eight miles straight up downtown somewhere I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in I said I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in Yeah yeah oh-yeah
  12. Billy Idol-Eyes Without A Face Billy Vera And The Beaters-At This Moment Black Sabbath-Changes Boz Skaggs-Look What You've Done To Me Bread-It Don`t Matter To Me Brook Benton-Rainy Night In Georgia The Buckinghams - Then If It Don't Work Out The Buckinghams -Kind Of A Drag The Carpenters - Close to You Chicago-Wishing You Were Here Chris Rea-Fool (If You Think Its Over) Classics IV-Traces Cliff Richard - We Don't Talk Anymore Crowded House-Don`t Dream It`s Over Dan Fogelberg - Same Auld Lang Syne Dave Mason- We Just Disagree Earth, Wind & Fire-That's The Way Of The World Earth, Wind & Fire-After The Love Has Gone The Edgar Winter Group-Autumn George Harrison-What Is Life George Michael-Careless Whisper Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard-Now We Are Free James Taylor-Her Town Too Simply Red-Holding Back The Years The Spinners-I'll Be Around The Box Tops-Neon Rainbow The Browns-The Three Bells The Cars-Drive The Fortunes-Here Comes That Raing Day Feeling Again The Four Tops-Still Water (Peace) The Four Tops-Walk Away Renee The Free Movement - I've Found Someone Of My Own The Stylistics-Hey There Lonely Girl Three Dog Night-Easy to be Hard Tin Tin-Toast And Marmalade For Tea Toni Braxton-Unbreak My Heart Blue Magic - Spell The Alan Parsons Project-Time Albert Hammond-It Never Rains In Southern California The Youngbloods-Get Together Winstons-Color Him Father The Moody Blues-Go Now The Lovin' Spoonful-You Didn't Have To Be So Nice The Marmalade-Reflections of My Life The Bee Gees-Run to me Stephen Bishop-On And On Stacy Lattisaw-Love On A Two Way Street Simon and Garfunkel-El Condor Pasa Simon and Garfunkel-Bridge Over Troubled Water
  13. On The Road Sung by (the great) Lee Roy Parnell Written by Bob McDill CD: On the Road There's a sad young wife never had a life Her mother says she married young And her husband's a fool never listened to All the things she's never done So she packs up that old Ford Fairlane She's had about all she can bear A suitcase, a hope, and a hard rain, She's gonna find it all somewhere Chorus: On the road Where the night is black On the road Where you don't look back There's a white line in the distance Where it's going nobody knows If it's anywhere you'll find it On the road There's a teenage kid no matter what he did Nobody ever understands And he don't measure up and he's had enough Can't be his daddy's little man So he pulls out that hot rod Chevy Puts in his favorite cassette Well he ain't goin' to no college The world is waitin' up ahead Chorus Eddie and Jill got time to kill The kids they never come around And a gold-plated watch was all he got When the company shut his life down So he takes out that old Airstream They don't know where they're bound Sixty-five years and still searchin' For something that they never found Chorus
  14. The Supremes-Where Did Our Love Go Willie Mitchell-Soul Serenade Al Stewart-Year Of The Cat
  15. Take The Long Way Home-Supertramp Heart Of Gold-Neil Young
  16. Spooky by Classics IV........is from 1968 and has a really cool sax solo
  17. I have a sax instrumental from 1967 that I enjoy very much.It's called "Catchee" and it's by "Ace Cannon".
  18. I personally love the 70's songs because I was young and wild in those days and had some wonderful times.My memories are in the songs.
  19. Wear Your Love Like Heaven by Donovan
  20. Tin Man.......is a wonderful song by...AMERICA
  21. Creedence Clearwater Revival and Lynyrd Skynyrd
  22. I am downloading both songs at this moment with Kazaa Lite K++ ......it's much better than WinMX in my opinion.
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