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"BABY COME BACK" ~ Anyone remember this song by 'Player'? Here's a little trivia. One of the bands original members is Ronn Moss aka Ridge Forrester on The Bold & The Beautiful (he's the guy in red). This was their first single and it soared to #1 in 1978. I loved this song...still do :)

John Denver - Annie´s Song - has special significance to me IMHO, one of the best loves songs! (of course Denver fan since teenager Some of his more obscure songs are fabulous)

Nat King Cole & Harry Belafonte Mama Look A Boo Boo NBCTV '57Z. LOVE THIS SONG

7-14 in 1962 - Bobby Vinton’s 'Roses are Red' became the top song in the U.S. The song stayed at the top for four weeks and was the first of four No 1 hits for Vinton.

Bobby Darrin, "Mack the Knife." [T]he standard from Kurt Weill's Threepenny Opera, was given a vamping jazz-pop interpretation. Although initially opposed to releasing it as a single, the song went to No. 1 on the charts for nine weeks, sold two million copies, and won the Grammy Award for Record of the Year in 1960." [Wikipedia]

Remembering Patsy Cline who was born September 8, 1932. She was the first country and western artist to have success on both the country and pop music charts with hits like "Crazy" and "She’s Got You." She is considered one of the great singers of all time. Enjoy this live performance of her with no feedback or special effects. Many blessings, Cherokee Billie

Janis Joplin's "Me and Bobby McGee" was the No. 1 song in the U.S. on this day in 1971!

Janis Joplin - Me and Bobby McGee ...I think this is the best song she did! The wind shield wipers slapping time to the beat of the music is great! The lyrics are so wonderful! It runs though me head lots of times. Trading all my tomorrows for just one yesterday

Bobby Vinton - I Love How You Love Me - YouTube

As expressed by Bobby Vinton in his song Mr. Lonely as both my babies go to school today!! And leave me at home all alone!!