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Do you remember your first favorite song?

"King of the Road" was a popular radio song in the early 70s. My bio father used to take me on long walks. I was only around 7 or 8. We walked everywhere and sang this song.

What was your first favorite song?

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Darling be home soon.
Watch "John Sebastian - Darling be home soon (Woodstock 1969)" on YouTube

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Big Bad John

btroje Level 9 Apr 13, 2018
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My dad hung around the waffle house a lot when I was little. Always loved it when this song was on the jukebox.

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Good grief it was so long ago but I feel pretty confident in saying it would have been a Beatles song.

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Like a Rolling Stone

kenriley Level 8 Apr 13, 2018
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Welcome to the hotel california by eagles

Rosh Level 7 Apr 13, 2018
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Until I heard Led Zepplin's Immigration Song I only thought I'd had favorites.

uuberdude Level 7 Apr 13, 2018
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Bunch of young 'uns here ..lol. Louis Prima and Keely Smith, "Old Black Magic".

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Bay City Rollers "Saturday Night" (I was 5 years old)

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snytiger6 Level 9 Apr 13, 2018
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I Feel Love. The moment I heard that song I would love it forever.

Benthoven Level 8 Apr 13, 2018
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snytiger6 Level 9 Apr 13, 2018
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Maybe 5 or 6. A female R&B group late 50's, song in the radio, never learned title or name of group but I may hear it every 15-20 years and I will recognize and remember the first song stuck in my head.

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Might have been this, unsure though

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When I was three, I knew all the words and had dance moves to Brenda Lee's "I'm Sorry." We had it on an eight-track tape. That and Neil Diamond's "I Am the Lion" on vinyl. That one... When I sing parts of it to people, they consistently tell me it couldn't have been a real song. I'm not gonna post it here, but you can look it up if you're curious.

Hah! I haven't listened to it in years! It's ridiculous, no?

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This is a great sing a long song; even though he mispronounced Bangor.

kmdskit3 Level 8 Apr 13, 2018
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We had a player piano and this was the only song we had for it. Love it and know it well! Great memories.
Another great memory was my mom playing The Ship Titanic on her Banjo Uke.

Archer Level 7 Apr 13, 2018
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At about 8 I was a real fan of West Side Story, this was my fave. Takes a minute to get into the song.

Rugglesby Level 8 Apr 13, 2018
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" Words don't come easy" ?

Blizzard Level 7 Apr 13, 2018
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When the weather is fine . Mungo jerry

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What a really good question. It was probably this smile001.gif

ipdg77 Level 8 Apr 14, 2018
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I hate to admit it but when I was like 10 years old I was a toms jones fan yes u heard me toms jones ,and my favorite song at the time was whats new pussycat ,pussy cat pussy cat I love you lol

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Okay I'm open to ridicule but it was "Sugar Sugar" by The Archies. Hopefully the copy of "I Had To Much To Dream Last Night" by the Electric Prunes at the same time buys me some redemption.

BobbyJaan Level 6 Apr 26, 2018
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