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JUNE IS FATHER'S DAY AND WEDDING MONTH! Theme of the Month...SONGS ABOUT DADS AND WEDDING/LOVE SONGS Good Luck! BubbaDan

A Horse With No Name
"A Horse with No Name" is a song written by Dewey Bunnell, and originally recorded by the folk rock band America. It was the band's first and most successful single. Rele...Show More
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Fourteen Carat Mind
"Fourteen Carat Mind" is a song written by Dallas Frazier and Larry Lee, and recorded by American country music artist Gene Watson. It was released in September 1981 as t...Show More
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Summertime ( Kenny Chesney )
From June 17th to July 15th in 2006, this song by Kenny Chesney was at the top of the Country Charts. A fan favorite at concert, I have always enjoyed the lyrics and the uptempo r...Show More
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Look Away
Look Away" is a 1988 power ballad by American rock band Chicago. Written by Diane Warren, produced by Ron Nevison, and with Bill Champlin on lead vocals, it is the second sing...Show More
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I Use To Love You
A new recording I tried of an Old Dinah Washington song. Thanks to any listening!
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I've Got You Under My Skin
A remastered new mix--- while I'm working on some both new and original material. Dang it, I'm itching for some reason.
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Hurt
Johnny Cash
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The Auctioneer (Leroy Van Dyke)
Had great fun doing this one, 2 mics and an echo chamber, trying to capture the sound you'd get in a big hall. Hope you like the result..... The original on youtube is well worth a...Show More
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WITH YOU I'M BORN AGAIN
A few years ago, I couldn't have been more flattered when Suzanne contacted me to do a duet. With me?! How? Did she expect me to fly to Hawaii? :-) With her guidance, this was the...Show More
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Superstar
Song by The Carpenters, 1971. Nice to be here again! As always, any comments and suggestions are welcome!!
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One
The finale from A Chorus Line. "She's the quintessence of making the grade" - Yikes. (LOL)
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No One Is To Blame
"No One Is to Blame" is a song by British musician Howard Jones. The song, in its original version, can be found on his second studio album, Dream into Action, which was ...Show More
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Til I Kissed You
The Everly Brothers
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I Go To Pieces
was unable to find a label interested in releasing the track. Shannon did attempt to himself record "I Go to Pieces" in the August 1964 session at Mira Sound Studios NYC,...Show More
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Do You Want To Know A Secret
In 1980, Lennon said that he gave "Do You Want to Know a Secret?" to Harrison to sing because "it only had three notes and he wasn't the best singer in the world&quo...Show More
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Tequila Sunrise
Glenn Frey and Don Henley did not write songs together for their debut album Eagles, and they decided that they should collaborate after they had finished recording the debut album...Show More
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I Don't Know Why (but I do) - Clarence Frogman Henry
Really, I don't know - (I Don't Know Why) But I Do I don't know why I love you but I do I don't know why I cry so but I do I only know I'm lonely and that I want you only ...Show More
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The Candy Man
In his long career, this was Sammy Davis, Jr's only #1 hit and ironically - he hated it saying it was "too saccharine". :-D
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With Out You
Hello fellow singers. I like to share this song from way back when. I heard this arrangement and I really liked it. This versions is Shirley Bassey’s she also recorded the...Show More
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History Repeating (for Bennyg)
When the British group The Propeller Heads approached Shirley Bassey with this song, she rejected it and reportedly said, "Give it to Tina Turner". She was eventually pe...Show More
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50 Ways To Leave Your Lover
Written after Simon's divorce from first wife Peggy Harper, the song is a mistress's humorous advice to a husband on ways to end a relationship. The song was recorded in a small Ne...Show More
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Sylvia's Mother
"Sylvia's Mother" was a 1972 single by Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show and the group's first hit song. It was written by Shel Silverstein, produced by Ron Haffkine and w...Show More
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