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Top 10 Songs You and Your parents Liked

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My Dad used to sing "Once in love with Amy"-Larry Lang. I was very little and I just loved it, it made me feel special.

We also liked Neil Diamond. Other than that, nothing.

My Mom listened to the Beatles and more contemporary things.

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My parents were into jazz, classic music, "chanson française", bossa nova... I didn´t like that, except for French music. I only liked rock music. Funny, my brother and sister were/are into everything and they shared taste in music with my parents, but not me. I was a bit of a rebel...

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can't come up with ten right now, my brain is asleep... the rest of me can't sleep. but number one on the list is definitely.... drum roll, please :drummer: rock-a-bye your baby, with a dixie melody- aretha franklin. you could hear that song booming from our house, two blocks away. and that was in the '60's, before most people had good stereos to really turn up!!! :rockon:

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Engelbert Humperdinck

James Last

Nat King Cole

Andy Williams

Henry Mancini

The Mantovani Orchestra

Perry Como

Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass

Ed Ames

Tom Jones

I draw the line, however, at Zamfir and Roger Whittaker.

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Johnny Cash

Harry Belafonte

Hank Williams, Sr.

Ray Charles (God, I love this man)

Elvis

Chuck Berry

Little Richard

Eddy Arnold

Roy Orbison

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I grew up listening to not only 80s music, but Classic Rock as well. My parents had a few good albums, including The Wall, and Alan Parsons Project's Eye In The Sky.

When I moved in with my grandma back in 2000, I found the whole collection in a closet. The Eye In The Sky album still had the indentations from when I tried to trace the Eye Of Horus several times when I was 8 or 9.

I think the album we all loved the most was The Wall. We even had the movie on VHS, and I wouuld put it on every day during the summer. When I was 8 or 9 years old. Good times, good times.

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