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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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