“Name That Tune” Sunday’s

Love, Love, Love music all genres especially the oldies from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s. Being challenged lyrically (me too) can be a lot of fun! So get on those thinking caps now!

Ready, Set, GO!

Seems to me girl, you know I’ve done all I can… 

Who sang it?

(a) Sly and The Family Stone

(b) The Spinners

(c) Commodores*

(d) Smokey Robinson (and the Imperials)

Enjoy this glorious Sunday. Let me know your answer! In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.

Answer is C-Commodores and Lionel Ritchie-song is Easy-1977 Album “Commodores” written by Lionel. “Easy” like Sunday morning…The above lyrics are the second sentence first verse. In 1982 Lionel Ritchie began a (long) solo career with the song Truly that became a No. 1 hit for him and he has not stopped. One talented pianist, singer-songwriter from Tuskegee, Alabama.

See YOU!

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10 thoughts on ““Name That Tune” Sunday’s

  1. I had to look it up so I won’t say because it’s not fair. Had no idea.

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  2. Oh-oh… you stumped me this time Cheryl. Hugs! 😀

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    • Hi Teagan, hoping you are feeling a bit better this morning, my friend. Suzanne is stumped too. I made this one a little harder this week. We will see if anyone comes up with the correct answer. Mark has not yet visited he might know. Maybe Robin, or MIchael. I’ll post answer later today giving time for others to view. Huge Hugs. Cheryl

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  3. It is a tough one. I think it’s the Spinners, Gatorette, but you may have me on this one. Forgive me girl, let’s take a chance! I’m working my way back to you, girl, with a burnin’ love inside … 😉 The verdict is …

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  4. I knew it wasn’t Sly 😀

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