…or as volleymom2 suggested: Song that you can listen to over and over again.
When I used to buy a new 45, I used to listen to it over and over again. Just ask Jules K. She’ll tell you about when I bought the Love Grows (Where My Rose Mary Goes) 45 record – and being my next door neighbor – she had to endure me playing over and over again. Sorry, Jules!
Remember how we used to put the record on the stereo and move the record-holder-arm-thingie in the up-and-out position so when the tone arm reached the end of the record, it would automatically go back to the start of the record. That was pretty cool, eh?
But back on topic – as volleymom2 suggested – Songs that we listened to over and over again.
When I’m on my computer and listening to songs on You Tube, I find myself listening to certain songs over and over again. Such as:
So, what are songs that you listened to over and over?
Did you catch the opening ceremonies of the Summer Olympics? Quite the history lesson, eh?
But I started to wake up when they hit the Digital Age and the bands from the British Invasion. What’s the British Invasion you ask?
British Invasion is an term used to describe the many rock and pop performers from the United Kingdom who became popular in the United States during the mid-1960s.
So I thought we’d list songs from the other side of the pond. I’m not limiting it to just the “Invasion” period of the mid-60′s but from all eras. And not just British but from anywhere Across the Pond.
I’ll get the party started:
Okay, ‘nough already. I could go on forever. Wait, one more favorite:
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