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Damn, music from that time for me sucked.....

Long cool woman in a Black Dress... !!! there are soooo many choices.. lol
AmmaRE007 Level 7 Mar 28, 2020

That was a great year for music!

Hell, I have clothes older than that.


Alone Again(Naturally)
That fits!





Don’t know what it means to me!


Bill johnson you're breaking my heart

BudFrank Level 7 Mar 28, 2020

I didn't mean to!



The one that was most popular when I was 12 definitely not the official theme of MY life. It would definitely be a Motown Song. Maybe this one:

Such a nice song!


"All shook up" by Elvis. Sounds about right.

Moravian Level 8 Mar 28, 2020

I remember...


Ring my bell, Anita Ward. When I was 12 in '79

actofdog Level 8 Mar 28, 2020

I think I would have picked another birthday!!!

@EyesThatSmile The meme said birthday for 12 years old,I went by the charts and everywhere this song popped up for that week,this definitely not my life song.Hey,two weeks before was the Logical song from Supertramp now that would have been nice.

@actofdog I liked that song!


Betty Davis Eyes

Love that song!


Nice and Slow by Usher. Giggity. 😂

Kynlei Level 8 Mar 28, 2020

Sexy song!


There were some fascinating hits that year.

FrayedBear Level 9 Mar 28, 2020

I would not have expected this one... but it is a sexy song. Minnie Riperton, Lovin’ You.

such an amazing voice

Loved it.


Who put the bomp in bomp in the bomp, bomp domp? by Barry Mann. (It made my baby fall in love with me). A fine example of bubble gum rock. S'okay for horny, shallow 12 year olds. GASP!

What a great song!!!

Barry who? Was he allowed out of the swamp?

@FrayedBear He has written or co-written 53 hits in the UK and 98 in the US. Major Grammy winner. He's in the songwriter's Hall of Fame. One source ( [] says:

Barry Mann is a name synonymous with some of the greatest, most enduring songs in the entire American Musical spectrum. In collaboration with Cynthia Weil [spouse] and other writers, he's produced an outstanding body of work accounting for more than 200 million records sold. Early hits such as "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling," and "On Broadway," started a catalog that began in the early 1960’s and continues to the present musical charts.

By your standards, a real nobody.

@WonderWartHog99 Is his wife related to Kurt Weil?
"Lovin' Feeling" I have heard but have no interest inknowing who wrote it. It has no significance in my life. Perhaps your superior intelligence can simply explain to me how such knowledge would benefit my life?

@FrayedBear I don't teach pigs to sing.

@WonderWartHog99 Onset of dementia? I'm a bear not a pig.

@FrayedBear > I'm a bear not a pig.

You are mistaken, as usual.

@WonderWartHog99 We have an expression down here about pineapples - a cactus however is equally demonstrative - we say "sit on it and let it excoriate your alimentary canal". In your case I suggest all the way up to your tongue.

@FrayedBear "We" means you think of yourself as plural.


You Can't Hurry Love = The Supremes

glennlab Level 9 Mar 28, 2020

Motown Classic!


Stevie Wonder - Sir Duke..... ?

It is a terrific song! Listen to the lyrics...”Music is a world within itself, it’s a language we all understand”.

@MissKathleen on second thought, I think you're right. Although I'm not a musician, I'm very passionate about music. It has a huge part in my life. I've been listening to a whole lot of music since I was very young. I think I have a very good ear for music. There must be thousands of tunes and songs that I can recognize with their very first notes.

@QuidamOutrepont wow, you could be a contestant on a game show! “Name That Tune”

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