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  1. Seems like das is a handy person to have around, right Edna?!
  2. Dear daslied ... THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!! Gratefully, Lateboomer xoxox
  3. I am slowly driving myself insane... I hope SOMEONE can please help me with this! I know of a song with the following lyrics, that online are attributed to being sung by Neil Sedaka, but I *know* I've heard them done by a female singer. Can ANYONE identify who the female might be, and/or her band??? Thanks in advance!! Here are the lyrics: Artist Lyrics: Neil Sedaka Song Lyrics: One More Mountain To Climb Hey Lord, won't trouble never end, tell me, are you still my friend. I got such a heavy load, when will I reach that glory road. One more mountain to climb, one more river to cross, I come such a long long way and still, I got a long way to go. Weary all of the time, I've been tumbled and tossed, there's always one more mountain to climb and one more river to cross. Hey Lord, I'm nothing but a man, I try to do the best I can. Sometimes the road is hard to see, please, Lord, won't you walk along with me. One more mountain to climb, one more river to cross, I come such a long long way and still, I got a long way to go. Weary all of the time, I've been tumbled and tossed, there's always one more mountain to climb and one more river to cross. One more mountain to climb, one more river to cross, I come such a long long way and still, I got a long way to go. Weary all of the time, I've been tumbled and tossed, there's always one more mountain to climb and one more river to cross.
  4. LOL, thanks!! A friend of my daughter had this and I just had to 'borrow' it!! Lateboomer
  5. WOW!! Thanks, Carl!! I wasn't expecting to win anything, but this is COOL!! Lateboomer xox {usually never wins anything! LOL}
  6. ..Ella Fitzgerald singing George Gershwin ("Someone To Watch Over Me"), Vera Lynn singing all the WWII songs, and a tenor by the name of John McCormack from the 'teens and twenties of the 20th century... This was some of the music my parents played from the time I can remember. Lateboomer...
  7. Hi all... Janis Joplin's Kozmic Blues will always remind me of a dear friend and talented guitar player named Dave whom I watched over the course of several decades destroy himself slowly through substance abuse... We were soulmates, and I found it so incredibly tragic that he could never ever see the good in himself that everyone else knew... He died November 24, 1998, and I miss him so very much. During one of the worst periods in my life, he lifted me up and helped me believe in myself again, something for which I will be eternally grateful... Dave, I love you and always will ... ~~Time keeps movin? on, Friends they turn away. I keep movin? on But I never found out why I keep pushing so hard the dream, I keep tryin? to make it right Through another lonely day, whoaa. Dawn has come at last, Twenty-five years, honey just in one night, oh yeah. Well, I?m twenty-five years older now So I know we can?t be right And I?m no better, baby, And I can?t help you no more Than I did when just a girl. Aww, but it don?t make no difference, baby, no, no, And I know that I could always try. It don?t make no difference, baby, yeah, I better hold it now, I better need it, yeah, I better use it till the day I die, whoa. Don?t expect any answers, dear, For I know that they don?t come with age, no, no. Well, ain?t never gonna love you any better, babe. And I?m never gonna love you right, So you?d better take it now, right now. Oh! but it don?t make no difference, babe, hey, And I know that I could always try. There?s a fire inside everyone of us, You?d better need it now, I got to hold it, yeah, I better use it till the day I die. Don?t make no difference, babe, no, no, no, And it never ever will, hey, I wanna talk about a little bit of loving, yeah, I got to hold it, baby, I?m gonna need it now, I?m gonna use it, say, aaaah, Don?t make no difference, babe, yeah, Ah honey, I?d hate to be the one. I said you?re gonna live your life And you?re gonna love your life Or babe, someday you?re gonna have to cry. Yes indeed, yes indeed, yes indeed, Ah, baby, yes indeed. I said you, you?re always gonna hurt me, I said you?re always gonna let me down, I said everywhere, every day, every day And every way, every way. Ah honey won?t you hold on to what?s gonna move. I said it?s gonna disappear when you turn your back. I said you know it ain?t gonna be there When you wanna reach out and grab on. ~~ (J. Joplin ~ 10/69) Thanks for listening... Lateboomer www.thunderrockradio.com
  8. What a neat gathering place this is!! Hi everyone! I am Lateboomer and I am the owner of an online classic rock station called ThunderRockRadio? ... Some of my DJs quote the factoids available here, they're a fantastic resource...and some of them have even contributed facts of their own! I'm on the downhill slide to age 50 (YIKES!)so for me, my favourite time musically was during the 70s... I am one of the few who admits to loving disco then (don't hit me, LOL) and dancing in dance-a-thons but my musical tastes are quite varied. (I can remember WHERE I was and what I was doing when I heard Queen's "Killer Queen" for the first time!) I bawled my eyes out seeing them in concert for the first time in 1977 in Toronto, Ontario (Canada)! What memories..!! I am looking forward to sharing and reading with you folks... Rock On, Lateboomer :guitar: www.thunderrockradio.com
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