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  1. [color:"#666666"] I'm sorry, but I didn't get what your reply was. ::
  2. There was only one "Dead Skunk In The Middle Of The Road" song that I know of and the line was "roll up your window and hold your nose". :sleepy:
  3. Hi Mack! I like your name "Easy Rider"! That movie was on amc a few nights ago! That was a good movie, too! I never had seen it before!
  4. :sleepy: I'm sorry, Uncle Joe. That's not the one.
  5. Does anybody remember a song that was popular in the late '60s or early '70s called "I Can't Stop Lovin' You"? It's not the same one by Ray Charles. This song was by a group called "Group Therapy" (I think that was who it was by, anyway). I only remember snatches of the song. The first line is "I can't stop lovin' you, no matter what I try to do". I never could understand the second line but the next line is "accompanied with-a sleepless nights". Then, it says "baby, I was wrong. Love you girl so long". I don't remember what the second verse says but the chorus says, "Listen to me. I need somebody. Listen to me. Somebody, help me. Somebody, please!" Something like that. Does anybody know the words to this song exactly? Did Group Therapy record this song?
  6. I didn't know there was a hidden whispered talking track on this song. As many times as I've heard it, I never have been able to hear it. Please tell me more about it.
  7. Back in 1973, there was a lighthearted song called "Dead Skunk In The Middle Of The Road". Does anybody remember who wrote and recorded this song? It was one of those one hit wonders but it got a lot of laughs, I remember.
  8. It's VERY mysterious, isn't it? I believe he is dead, myself, because if he were alive, we would have heard from him.
  9. :guitar: Some people might think I'm crazy and I wouldn't have admitted it at the time, but I was in LOVE with Jim Morrison! I was VERY sad the day he died and to think I bought The Doors last album, L.A. Woman, the day he died. Nobody knew about Jim's death until a week later. Those who loved him and knew him well wanted to wait a few days because they wanted to avoid the circuslike atmosphere that surrounded Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin's death.
  10. What was the name of the song that was played at the end of the movie, "La Bamba"?
  11. Marcia from Van Nuys, California said she didn't know who the group was who sang "Don't Say Nothin' Bad About My Baby". The group was The Cookies. I know because I had that record a long time ago, back when the song first came out. Kathy Jones. :guitar:
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