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  1. This one is a little different from what you posted but it might be the song. It is a Neil Sedaka Song called Calendar Girl. I love, I love, I love my calender girl Yeah, sweet calender girl I love, I love, I love my calender girl Each and every day of the year (January) You start the year off fine (February) You're my little valentine (March) I'm gonna march you down the aisle (April) You're the Easter Bunny when you smile Yeah, yeah, my heart's in a whirl I love, I love, I love my little calender girl Every day (every day), every day (every day) of the year (Every day of the year) (May) Maybe if I ask your dad and mom (June) They'll let me take you to the Junior Prom (July) Like a firecracker all aglow (August) When you're on the beach you steal the show Yeah, yeah, my heart's in a whirl I love, I love, I love my little calendar girl Every day (every day), every day (every day) of the year (Every day of the year) (September) Light the candles at your Sweet Sixteen (October) Romeo and Juliet on Halloween (November) I'll give thanks that you belong to me (December) You're the present 'neath my Christmas tree Yeah, yeah, my heart's in a whirl I love, I love, I love my little calender girl Every day (every day), every day (every day) of the year
  2. edna - No need to translate. I can understand written Spanish better than spoken Spanish especially when its sung very fast. I think I have the general idea. When you go on the Kukoo Kunucu party bus you are expected to sing along to songs you know. This song has a great upbeat rhythm but I could never understand what they were saying.
  3. That's it. The CD has a lot of songs on it in English but this one was in Spanish and I couldn't tell what they were saying. Even with my limited Spanish skills, it seems kind of racy. Maybe I shouldn't be singing along with it - LOL!
  4. I have the full list posted below, but the one that I would like the words to is called Bomba. It's mostly in Spanish. Thanks for your help. Kukoo Kunuku CD That's What I Like Who Let the Dogs Out Rub on It Too Hot, So Hot Follow the Leader She Bangs Sweet Bacardi Ice Hot Hot Hot El Tiburon Twist and Shout Great Thrills Bomba Old Time R and R Ride the Beast Kukoo Driver
  5. I am looking for the lyrics for songs from the Kukoo Kunuku Party Bus CD. They have songs from the Caribbean on it. Some of the songs are partly in Spanish and I can't figure out the lyrics just by listening. I'd like to have a copy of them on paper. Does anyone know where I can get a copy of the lyrics? Thanks for your help!
  6. I have a few questions for netflix subscribers. I hope there are some out there. I am thinking about joining netflix. We used to rent from a video store that was only 2 minutes away from our house. I haven't rented many films since they closed because the next closest store is not on my normal drive home. I checked out the netflix site and I'm impressed. When I clicked on the browse function on netflix it only had a screen's worth of movies to browse in each category. Is there a way to browse all of the movies before you join? I love indie films and would love to see the complete list. When you actually join do you get to see a whole long alphabetical list of everything they have or do they still do the most popular choices like they have on the site where you can sign up. I read that you can watch instant movies if you have a TV that that hooks up to the internet. We have directTV. Would that be compatible? If not, couldn't we just watch instant movies on the computer screen if we wanted? Can you print out a list of movies that you've rented from them in the past to use as a reference when you're selecting new movies? Thanks for your help
  7. Thanks. I did a search and heard it on You Tube.
  8. That's the song! I've never heard of the artist before. Do you know when it came out and what the official name of the song is? Also what album is it on? Thanks.
  9. I heard a song called "Alice" in a sing along piano bar. The singer said that it is very popular in Britian. I think it's an older song but I have no idea when it came out or who sings it. It sounded like a story-song from the early seventies but I could be way off. If anyone has a link to lyrics or to a performance of the song I would really appreciate it. Thanks!
  10. My favorite was seeing Billy Joel in Philly when I had 6th row floor seats. I rushed the stage and was standing right in front of his microphone stand with my chin on the stage. It was amazing!!
  11. I love the soundtrack from Hair. I wish they would do a revival on Broadway. I heard that NYU did a version of it but instead of having long hair, they all shaved their heads.
  12. In no particular order Pretty Woman Breakfast Club Dirty Dancing Shawshank Redemption Boogie Nights others It's A Wonderful Life As Good As It Gets Airplane
  13. What about Boy in the Pastic Bubble with John Travolta in the mid 70's? LOL!
  14. Oops! I forget one. I saw a 70's retro disco show a few years ago with the KC and the Sunshine Band who were great, Village People, The Pointer Sisters who were terrible and Martha somebody from the Weather Girls and C and C Music Factory. It was an overall fun concert with the exception of the Pointer Sisters who seemed to be off that night.
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