The Oldies from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s what a great time for listening to music. I love the Oldies. Get on those thinking caps for todays’ challenge.
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Just a small town girl livin’ in a lonely world…Who sang it?
(d) Air Supply
Answer B – Journey- Song “Don’t stop Believin”-1981 Album “Escape” Lead Singer The Great Steve Perry! What a band they were with great hits back to back. Mark Bialczak.com was first to answer correctly-Congrats Terp-I knew you’d know this one. A shout out to Suzanne apuginthekitchen.com who also knew this one. Great Job!!!
Ley me know your answer. In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.
Music we all love it! The oldies all genres are my favorites- 70’s,80’s,90’s! Get on those thinking caps today for this lyrical challenge.
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He said I’ll love you ’til I die…Who sang it?
(a) Merle Haggard
(b) Waylon Jennings
(c) Johnny Cash
(d) George Jones*
In closing this beautiful Sunday I wish you Good Health. Let me know who sang it?
Answer is D-also known as The Possum and in his latter years No Show George. Song Title is: He stopped loving her today from his 1980 Album “I am what I am”. He is well known for his turbulent marriage to Tammy Wynette. Unfortunately, George admittedly had a huge alcohol problem. In late 1980 he married for the final time and tried to get sober. He died in April 2013 at age 81. Remarkable for someone of his talent in the Country Music Scene for 50 years.
Music, sweet music I love the 70’s, 80’s 90’s oldies. All genres how about you? For today’s lyrical challenge (me too) get on those thinking caps.
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She’s face the hardest times you can imagine…Who Sang it?
(a) Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
(c) Beach Boys
(d) The Four Seasons
Let me know your answer! In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.
This song was a challenge I know and a tough one. The group “Skylark” is a Canadian band and this song although beautifully written and composed stemming from a poem written by a band members friend to his girlfriend. Released in 1973. Go to You Tube and listen to the original version, it is lyrically a great song! On keyboards is “David Foster” the well known pianist, composer, producer, songwriter who has worked with some of the greatest singers in the world and still does. It is a special song to my parents and their era! Song is called “Wildflower”.
Loving all types of music especially from the 70’s, 80’s 90’s the oldies are just wonderful classics. Great talented singer-songwriters, musicians and good time listening to all types of genres. For today’s lyrical challenge get on those thinking caps.
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were you in the yard with your wife and your children or working some stage in L.A….
Who sang it?
(a) Vince Gill
(b) Garth Brooks
(c) Tim McGraw
(d) Alan Jackson*
Let me know your answer this beautiful Sunday! In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.
The winner of today’s lyrical challenge is my friend Debbie Spivey@themountainkitchen.com. Not only does Debbie and her husband David live in the Commonwealth of Virginia (Blue Ridge) Mountains, she loves to cook, go to her web and check it out! Congrats Debbie!!! Song-Where were you (when the world stopped turning) that September Morn was released on November 1st, 2001. As Alan Jackson struggled penning this song, he is the only singer-songwriter in any Genre to do so. As we will celebrate Labor Day tomorrow I could not find a more appropriate song, to challenge you with, it being so close to 9-11 anniversary. All those lives lost that day were going to work, at work, doing their business as usual. That song took ACM’s and CMA’s awards in 2002 (Song of the Year, Single of the Year) and he also received a Grammy. A shout-out to my friend Mark Bialczak.com in Syracuse, NY who also knew the answer-Go Country Man! See YOU next week for “Name That Tune”-Sundays.
My most favorite month (next to Christmas) is lovely September. Although, still hot in Florida the month is not loaded with as many tourists and the residents get a reprieve from the flurry of activity.
The autumn air changes in the Northeast US evenings get a slight nip in the night air and warm, lovely bright blue skies during the day. It is still DST so the day is still longer. Perfect month for birthdays and Labor Day festivities. What are your plans this Labor Day? A cook-out with family and friends? A short trip somewhere new?
I hope this September brings you much joy wherever you reside! In closing I wish you Good Health. Cheryl “Cheffie Cooks” Wiser.