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  1. #51
    Age of Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In -- From the musical ¨Hair¨ (1967)
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .recorded by The Fifth Dimension (1969)

  2. #52
    Walking in Space -- from the Broadway musical ¨Hair¨ (1967)

    ¨Tripping from Starlight to Moonville¨

  3. #53
    Sounds of the Zodiac - Gordon Staples & The Motown Strings

  4. #54
    Stella By Starlight - Frank Sinatra

  5. #55
    Moonlight Sinatra LP - Frank Sinatra - every song is about the moon in some way; hope it's ok to list them all here since they're all on the same album ;-)

    Moonlight Becomes You (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen)
    Moon Song (Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston)
    Moonlight Serenade (Glenn Miller, Mitchell Parish)
    Reaching for the Moon (Irving Berlin)
    I Wished on the Moon (Dorothy Parker, Ralph Rainger)
    Oh, You Crazy Moon (Burke, Van Heusen)
    The Moon Got in My Eyes (Burke, Johnston)
    Moonlight Mood (Harold Adamson, Peter de Rose)
    Moon Love (Mack David, André Kostelanetz) (from Tchaikovsky's 5th Symphony)
    The Moon Was Yellow (And the Night Was Young) (Fred E. Ahlert, Edgar Leslie)
    Last edited by calvin; 09-07-2020 at 06:42 AM.

  6. #56
    Lucky Star -- Madonna (1983)

  7. #57
    True Love -- Bing Crosby 1956) from the film ¨High Society¨

    ¨Suntanned, windblown
    Honeymooners at last alone¨
    Last edited by 9A; 09-07-2020 at 07:00 AM.

  8. #58
    It Might As Well Be Spring -- Dick Haymes (1945)

    ¨I am starry eyed and vaguely discontented ...¨

  9. #59
    I've Told Every Little Star - Linda Scott

  10. #60
    Vincent -- Don McLean (1971)

    ¨Starry, starry night ...¨

  11. #61
    Blue Star -

    One of the earliest songs I remember liking from my childhood. I haven't a clue whose version it was though, but such a good tune.

  12. #62
    Little Star -- The Elegants (1958)

  13. #63
    Good Morning -- Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney (1939)
    . . . . . . . . . . . . . .also performed in Singin´ in the Rain (1952)

  14. #64
    The Sky Is Falling - Elmore James

  15. #65
    Moonlight Shadows - The Impressions
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdc1275T8yM

  16. #66
    Stars in Your Eyes - Herbie Hancock

  17. #67
    I´ve Told Every Little Star -- Linda Scott (1961)

  18. #68
    Ebb Tide -- The Righteous Brothers (1965)

  19. #69
    Canadian Sunset -- Andy Williams (1956)

  20. #70
    When Sunny Gets Blue -- Johnny Mathis (1956)

  21. #71
    The Happy Wanderer -- 1953, original lyrics written in the 18th Century

    ¨Val-eri, val-dera
    Val-deri, val-dera
    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha
    Ha
    Val-era
    Come join my happy song

    (RalphT played this on the accordian in the Glo Worms. )
    Last edited by 9A; 09-07-2020 at 07:30 PM.

  22. #72
    Cloudy - Average White Band

  23. #73
    Stars and Stripes Forever -- Sousa march (1896)

  24. #74
    Wide As The Sky - Isabel Davis

  25. #75
    I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover -- Nick Lucas , Ben Bernie and Jean Goldkette (1927)

    ¨Revived in 1948 by several artists, most notably
    Art Mooney, whose recording topped the charts for 18 weeks. Other charting 1948 versions were made by Russ Morgan (No. 6), Alvino Rey (No. 6), The Three Suns (No. 10), The Uptown String Band (No. 11), and Arthur Godfrey (No. 14).¨

  26. #76
    Sunny - Bobby Hebb

  27. #77
    Smile - - Charlie Chaplin (1946) and Nat King Cole (1956)

  28. #78
    Moonlight And Skies - Jimmie Rodgers

  29. #79
    Galaxy In Janaki - Flying Lotus

  30. #80
    Catch a Fallng Star -- Perry Como (1958)

    ¨And put it in your pocket
    Save it for a rainy day¨

  31. #81
    Stormy Weather -- Lena Horne (1941)

    ¨Don´t know why
    there´s no sun up in the sky¨

  32. #82
    Wonderful Wonderful -- Johnny Mathis (1956)

  33. #83
    Blue Skies -- written in 1926 by Irving Berlin, recorded by Bing Crosby (1946)

    (Contributed by RalphT)

  34. #84
    Feels Like Heaven - Kenny Vaughan

  35. #85
    Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah -- Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers (1946) and several other notable vesions.

  36. #86
    One Planet People - Fishbone

  37. #87
    Stairway to the Stars -- The Ink Spots (1939) and many other notable recordings.

  38. #88
    How Deep Is Your Love -- The Bee Gees (1977)

  39. #89
    By the Light of the Silvery Moon -- published in 1909, many notable recordings.

  40. #90
    Shine on Harvest Moon -- early 1900´s

    One of a series of moon-related Tin Pan Alley songs of the era

  41. #91
    Moonlight Bay -- (1912) Many notable covers and recordings.

  42. #92
    Sun Goddess - Earth Wind & Fire

  43. #93
    Saturn's Pattern - Paul Weller

  44. #94
    Hey There -- Rosemary Clooney (1954)

    ¨You with the stars in your eyes¨

  45. #95
    Star Eyes - Charlie Parker

  46. #96
    Friendly Star - Judy Garland (from "Summer Stock", 1950)

  47. #97
    Half Moon - Janis Joplin

  48. #98
    How High the Moon -- Les Paul and Mary Ford (1951), jazz standard from 1940.

    ¨Somewhere there's music
    How faint the tune
    Somewhere there's heaven
    How high the moon¨

  49. #99
    I´ve Told Ev´ry Little Star -- Linda Scott (1961), published in 1932.

    Dum-da-dum, da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da
    Dum-da-dum, da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da
    Dum-da-dum, da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da
    Why haven't I told you?

    Oh, baby, I've told every little star
    Just how sweet I think you are
    Why haven't I told you?


  50. #100
    Shine On Harvest Moon -- Ruth Etting in the Ziegfield Follies (1931)

    (Contribution from RalphT)

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