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The Mamas & The Papas - Monday Monday

A hot song today in was from The Mamas and Papas, Monday Monday

"Blowin' In the Wind" by Peter, Paul, & Mary

March-official "windy month" Peter Paul & Mary - Blowin in the wind (Tonight In Person

"American Pie." One of my favorite songs, with enough cultural references and mysterious allusions to last a lifetime. 8 minutes 36 seconds playing time!

Don McLean’s “American Pie”: 20 Things You Might Not Know About The Ultimate Boomer Anthem

Don McLean -- American Pie (live // When he says the day the music died he's talking about the plane crash in 1959 that killed the Big Bopper, Buddy Holly and Richie Valens. He's often refused to talk about the meaning of the lyrics to this song.

Definitelly love her/this song!!!   Little Eva ~ Locomotion

Little Eva - The Locomotion - "The Loco-Motion" is a 1962 pop song."The Loco-Motion" is ranked on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time".

Four Seasons   Sherry Original Stereo - used to sing this to my sister as kids, drove her CRAZY

Four Seasons - Sherry (Original Stereo). Another great tune from Frankie and the Four Seasons Xoxo F

Jim Croce - Bad Boy Leroy Brown-HQ

Jim Croce -Bad Boy Leroy Brown Lyrics Well the south side of chicago Is the baddest part of town And if you go down there You better just beware Of a man nam.

Say what you will about him.  But.. Like Lincoln, wanted to bring back the gold standard. Improve civil rights. Get troops out of Vietnam by '64. He averted global annihilation thanks to Dulles and company's botched Bay of Pigs incident; inspite of this JFK, still aimed at establishing promising diplomatic relations between Castro and Khrushchev. AND my favorite: He wanted to "Splinter the CIA into a thousand pieces and scatter them in the wind...."  The US lost its innocence Nov. 22, 1963.

The Kennedy legacy for the Secret Service 50 years later: ‘We failed’

Great music - died way too young.

Jim Croce, Loved him, always listened to his records (vinyl) while doing my homework.

Jim Croce - Time in a bottle - 1973 - YouTube

Time in a bottle - 1973 by Jim Croce.♥ James Joseph "Jim" Croce (January 1943 -- September was an American singer/songwriter.


"Welcome Back" is a popular record that was the theme song of the American television sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter.