♫ Songs That Move You For Whatever Reason ♫ (Page 6)

slave2change
slave2change: OCEAN DREAMS
That beautiful, exciting, yet relaxing, early morning walk down the coast of that secluded tropical island you always dreamed about.
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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: "My Heart Is An Open Book" Released in 1959 by Carl Dobkins Jr (Stereo)
Who else can sing this song almost word for word?

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mjanpeppa 
mjanpeppa: my pc broke down , ugh
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mjanpeppa 
mjanpeppa: i like this show and well music is super touching YouTube
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heshoots67
heshoots67: Alone
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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: "Summertime" Released in 1966 by Billy Stewart. It was Stewart's radical interpretation of the George Gershwin song "Summertime" which was composed in 1934 by Gershwin for the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess"Summertime"


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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong Summertime from Porgy and Bess

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deyb_Deb: "Daddy Rollin' Stone" Released in 2005 by The Blasters.
As heard on the FX Network "Mayans" Season 1, Episode 1


(Edited by deyb_Deb)
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AL_R
AL_R:
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mjanpeppa 
mjanpeppa: not sure about this one but soccer fans chant r "heart touching" to say the least
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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: "Monster Mash" Released on August 25, 1962 by Bobby "Boris" Picket and The Crypt-Kickers. It was written by Bobby Picket and Leonard L. Capizzi. This video is of Bobby's performance on American Bandstand on October 13, 1964.

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A Casual
A Casual:

"He laughed under his breath because you thought you could outrun sorrow….."
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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: "Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go" (Also known as "There's a Thrill on the Hill"
Released in 1960 by Hank Ballard and the Midnighters.
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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: "My Girl" Released around Christmas 1964 by The Temptations. It was written and produced by Smokey Robinson and Ronald White.

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mjanpeppa 
mjanpeppa: written by Kenny Young and Arthur Resnick and recorded by The Drifters in 1964 YouTube
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Leda Muir
Leda Muir:
that song helped me to get trough breast cancer i gave up all hope because i was 23 and got to hear they found a breast tumor, i was scared to lose a boob. I listened to it liked it but also heard a message that said don't give up. I lied to myself it is bad i will be fine i will get over, a year past all went ok and that song gave me the hope to go on don't let my head down and hope my future would be ok. Many songs can have a nice message that can help us get through bad times
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dreadlox33
dreadlox33: Drive by The Cars...
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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: "Tears on My Pillow" Released in August 1958 by Little Anthony & The Imperials.
Even though I was only 4 years old at the time, I know all the words to this song.

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deyb_Deb: "Drive" Released on July 23, 1984 by The Cars
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deyb_Deb:
Adam Lambert - so handsome!!!!
WOW Love this rendition of "Believe" as sung to
honor Cher at the 2018 Kennedy Center Honors on Dec. 2
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deyb_Deb
deyb_Deb: Not a Song, but this is Interesting, in my opinion.
Ah, the Good Old Days!
BABY BOOMERS (1946-1964) might enjoy this instructional video.
I bet the dial phone was a radical concept in its day.
Numerical "0" is not an "O" it's a ZERO. Is the letter "O" a ZERO?.. NO 😄
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mjanpeppa 
mjanpeppa: maroon 5, just one of those bands i like and this has a special guest "cardi B"....,
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