“Name That Tune” – Sunday’s

As you know I love the oldies 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, music makes us happy, sad, full of emotions! It is a universal language for each of us. I love all genres of music for the most part. So, get on those thinking caps for this week’s lyric challenge. It is such fun. Ready, Set, GO!

He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother…Who sang it?

(a) The Commodores

(b) The Hollies*

(c) Smokey Robinson

(d) Crosby, Stills and Nash

Enjoy this glorious “Father’s Day” and Sunday. In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.

Let me know your answer!

See YOU!

Answer: (b) Hollies
Suzanne-apuginthekitchen.com two in a row! Proud of your knowledge. I am going to get tougher next week-HeeHee. Everyone go to Suzanne’s blog check out her recipes and Food 52 NYC recipe contributor/writer! Super talented friend and lady in my book! Special mention to mr.b cooks.wordpress.com/who knew the answer as well. He is from the UK!!!

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12 thoughts on ““Name That Tune” – Sunday’s

  1. The Hollies sang that. Happy Fathers Day to all the Dads in your family!

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  2. Had to look that one up … don’t remember too much of the sixties.
    ME

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  3. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB The Hollies, who included a member of CSN, ya know, Gatorette. 😉 Love your quiz.

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  4. I was thinking 2 groups sang this. Maybe? 🙂

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    • The Hollies did! It is actually the song’s title (changing things up a bit). Crosby, Stills and Nash – Graham Nash was part of the group the Hollies when this was recorded. Are you confused yet? They get easier each Sunday, or not???

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