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Crazy Don

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  1. And don't forget that Hank Williams Jr. sang a duet with his dead father, "There's a Tear in My Beer"?and it came out before Natalie Cole's album of duets with her dead father!
  2. Nineteen Hundred & Eighty-Five--Paul McCartney & Wings (the flip side of "Band on the Run")
  3. That's what I always thought it meant, and a sign similar to hitchhiking meant "gig 'em Aggies." And when Richard Dawson always signed off "Family Feud" with a mixture of the two, I always thought it meant "I'm a confused Texan, I don't know who to root for!" (Actually, it means "I love you" in sign language?)
  4. Hanson--Middle of Nowhere Hey, I got it for free from a record club and I sort of like "MMMBop"?
  5. the U.S. No.1 on the 2nd March 1957 was... Young Love by Tab Hunter the U.K. No.1 on the 2nd March 1957 was... Young Love by Tab Hunter
  6. 19--Paul Hardcastle (Sorry, JR, I wanted to do two songs with similar titles for 26 and 25?)
  7. The next two are mine? 26 Miles--The Four Preps 25 Miles--Edwin Starr
  8. 88 Lines About 44 Women--The Nails Remember, the next song must have "43" in it?
  9. I always thought they were singing "she's so popular" where they were singing the song's title in French. Usually, lines in foreign languages throw off English-speaking listeners? Another great site: http://www.amiright.com
  10. Country singer Skeeter Davis, who is best-known for her 1963 crossover hit, "The End of the World," has died. Story here: http://entertainment.msn.com/music/article.aspx?news=168454
  11. Two pretty obvious ones? "Yakety Sax" by Boots Randolph (aka the Benny Hill song) "In the Mood" by Ernie Fields "Who Can It Be Now" by Men at Work has a pretty cool sax solo?
  12. How about "Colour My World" by Chicago? My sister played the flute in school, and she learned to play the flute part at the end of that song.
  13. I also forgot to mention that Dean Torrence (the Dean of Jan & Dean) sings lead on the Beach Boys' "Barbara Ann."
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