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  1. 1. Jungle Land ~ Bruce Springsteen 9:33 2. Foggy Mountain Breakdown ~ Flatt & Scruggs 2:43 3. Theme from Charlie Brown ~ Vince Guaraldi 3:03 4. Dog & Butterfly ~ Heart 5:20 5. Mama Kin ~ Aerosmith 4:25 6. Great Balls of Fire ~ Jerry Lee Lewis 1:50 7. Time ~ Pink Floyd 7:05 8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas ~ Judy Garland recording 3:24 9. Eleanor Rigby ~ The Beatles 2:05 10.In the Mood ~ Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:30 11.I Wanna Get Next To You ~ Rose Royce 3:59 12.King of the Nighttime World ~ KISS 3:13 13.Little Dreamer ~ Van Halen 3:22 14.Chantilly Lace ~ The Big Bopper 2:24 15.The Twist ~ Chubby Checker 2:37 16.How Do I Live Without You ~ Trisha Yearwood 4:03 17.Jacknife Johnny ~ Alice Cooper 3:46 18.The Cowboy Song ~ Thin Lizzy 4:54 19.Treat Me Nice ~ Elvis Presley 2:12 20.Borderline ~ Madonna 3:57 That comes out to 77:14, if I did the math correctly. I think I could live with that.
  2. I like this one. I'll ponder a spell and get back with you. One mustn't make hasty decisions in a situation like this.
  3. What I Like About You ~ The Romantics (I want to play) My Harmonica ~ Alvin and the Chipmunks
  4. Sang on The Battle of Evermore, right?
  5. I didn't get "Lost in Translation" I know, I know, the irony. Seriously, though, what was the point?
  6. Also on "In Color...and in Black and White". I'm telling you folks, it's a great cd.
  7. The first human,(or maybe not), to pick up a stick and bang it against the ground, a tree, or rock, is the only true original.
  8. When he says "Didn't I,didn't I, didn't see you cryin,", they're all saying "Cryin, cryin,,cryin" There's an echo of that on the studio album, 'In Color...and in Black and White', and that's what they're doing, echoing what he sings. By the way, it's a very good album. I've owned it for many, many years, then replaced it on cd when I converted.
  9. Ken sounds like he believes in unconditional love, don't you think?
  10. The Mighty Might Bosstones ~ Let's Face It. Yop notch. It's the only cd I own from that genre.
  11. I'm not well informed about this topic, but Wings does "Let em' In", and there's some sort of flute in that. It may be a fife, though. Like I said, I'm not educated in this area. By the way, love the name. fluteloops. Welcome to Songfacts.
  12. Good to know. You learn something at Songfacts all the time. Actually, I was being facetious when I asked who he was. I was just messing with you a little.
  13. Hey Chris...what's the instrument playing at the beginning of "It Can Happen"? Is that a sitar?
  14. Would it be cheating to use "Over the Rainbow"? Would it be cheating to ask total strangers for help? Just kidding, Chelle. This is interesting. I'm going to do some research... Oh, and welcome to Songfacts.
  15. That's it. Pot Pourri. I knew the word, it just escaped me for a minute. You would think as much as Jeopardy has that as a category, I'd remember it. Geez.
  16. My cousin made a video of family with "Share the Land" by The Guess Who. Not a dry eye in the house.
  17. It may be hard to find, but there was one on Sesame Street when my twins were young called "Put Down the Duckie". It rocked.
  18. I've never smoked crack. Nor have I ever done cocaine ,heroin, etc. I did, however, try pot when I was about 14 or so, maybe 3-4 times. Worst experience of my life. Besides, if you're going to see a concert, why would you want to alter your state of mind, anyway? And while the Stones are, indeed, an institution, I stand by my statement. They're horrible live. I've seen them twice, and dozens of times on tv, and they just sound awful live.
  19. Congrats!. Wow, 100 roses. "Let's see...I'll put a bunch on this table....some in the bed room.,,,uhh..some at work....and, ummm..maybe I'll just carry around the rest." LOL. Seriously, though,once they dry up, you can make some kind of smelly bag out of them. I forget exactly how my wife did it, but I know the bathroom smelled like roses for a while
  20. I agree Diggs. There's nothing wrong with cynicism. Everyone has at least a touch of it, that's human nature. I happen to be fortunate enough to be able to carry very little within my heart. But that's my own choice. I feel a touch of pity for the cynics who feel it's their duty to try to inject their cynicism into other's lives. I don't know the reasoning behind it, nor do I care to. Whatever the reason, the main goal of a cynic is to put a damper on everyone else's happiness. They see people enjoying themselves, and decide, well, I'm going to put a stop to this.I'll inject some negativity into this happiness and make everyone unhappy, just like me. They try to draw you into a lose/lose situation. Then you're in their world. Misery loves company, I suppose. Fortunately, I don't buy into it. I'm a very happy person, and I've learned to let the negative people be negative. Just walk away from them. Up The Irons!, Diggs, old chum. Anyway, that's more than enough attention this deserves. Back to the thread subject at hand. I believe I let my feelings be known about love. Anyone else? I'd love to hear from some of the moderators on this subject. I double dog dare ya!
  21. Have you tried looking around for the credits? They usually have the music included, even the stuff that's not on the soundtrack.
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