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  1. #140501
    Ship Of Fools - The Doors

  2. #140502
    Get on the Boat - Prince

  3. #140503
    Day-O [[The Banana Boat Song) -- Harry Belafonte [[1954); Shirley Bassey; The Fontane Sisters

  4. #140504
    The Boat That I Row - Lulu [[written by Neil Diamond)

  5. #140505
    Michael, Row The Boat Ashore -- The Highwaymen [[1960); Pete Seeger [[1954); Lonnie Donegan [[1962) and others; heard up to a century earlier sung by abandoned slaves on St. Helena Island off the coast of South Carolina.

  6. #140506
    On A Slow Boat To China - Jo Stafford

  7. #140507
    The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald -- Gordon Lightfoot [[1976) written, composed and performed to commemorate the sinking of the bulk carrier SS Edmund Fitzgerald on Lake Superior on November 10, 1975. [[Northern Michigan/Canada)
    Last edited by 9A; 02-08-2021 at 01:10 PM.

  8. #140508
    Lovely Cruise - Jimmy Buffet

  9. #140509
    Cruising Down the River -- Russ Morgan [[1949); Blue Barron; Jack Smith; Dick Haymes

  10. #140510
    Tom Cruise

  11. #140511
    Trains and Boats and Planes -- Burt Bacharach and Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas [[1964); Dionne Warwick [[1965)

  12. #140512
    Planes, Trains and Automobiles [[1987) starring Steve Martin and John Candy

  13. #140513
    Take the "A" Train -- Duke Ellington [[1941)

  14. #140514
    Back Up Train - Al Green

  15. #140515
    Chatanooga Choo Choo -- Glenn Miller and his Orchestra [[1941)

  16. #140516
    Memphis, Tennessee - Chuck Berry

  17. #140517
    Peace Train -- Cat Stevens [[1971)

  18. #140518
    The Memphis Train - Rufus Thomas

  19. #140519
    Memphis Soul Stew - King Curtis

  20. #140520
    Jambalaya [[On The Bayou) -- Fats Domino [[1967); Hank Williams [[1952)

  21. #140521
    Cajun Moon - J.J. Cale et al.

  22. #140522
    Havana Moon - Chuck Berry

  23. #140523
    Moonglow and the Theme From Picnic -- Instrumental medley by Morris Stoloff [[1955). Will Hudson and Irving Mills wrote Moonglow at the Graystone Ballroom in Detroit in the early '30s. Moonglow has been recorded hundreds of times by many famous bands.

    Picnic was composed by George Duning. Steve Allen is credited with the lyrics.

  24. #140524
    Ant Music - Adam & the Ants

  25. #140525
    Just what makes that little old ant
    Think he'll move that rubber tree plant
    Anyone knows an ant, can't
    Move a rubber tree plant


    High Hopes -- Frank Sinatra and Eddie Hodges [[1959) in the film A Hole in the Head.

  26. #140526
    Great Expectations - First Choice

  27. #140527
    Great Balls of Fire -- Jerry Lee Lewis [[1967)

  28. #140528
    The Greatest Show On Earth [[Charlton Heston, James Stewart...1952)

  29. #140529
    There's No Business Like Show Business -- Ethel Merman [[1954) musical with an ensemble cast. The Irving Berlin song is from the musical Annie Get Your Gun [[1946).

  30. #140530
    That's Not Part Of The Show - The Manhattans

  31. #140531
    Another Op'nin', Another Show -- opening number of Cole Porter's 1948 musical Kiss Me, Kate; Adelaide Hall in the UK and Patricia Morison, Marin Mazzie, and Hannah Waddingham in the US; also the opening number of episode 514 of The Muppet Show.
    Last edited by 9A; 02-09-2021 at 03:42 PM.

  32. #140532
    Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles

  33. #140533
    Puff the Magic Dragon -- Peter, Paul and Mary [[1963)

  34. #140534
    Back in the Day [[Puff) - Erykah Badu

  35. #140535
    Those Were the Days -- Theme song from All In The Family TV show [[1971), sung by Jean Stapleton [[Edith Bunker) and Caroll O'Conner [[Archie Bunker).

    Boy, the way Glenn Miller played
    songs that made the hit parade
    Guys like me we had it made
    Those were the days

    - also -

    Those Were the Days -- Mary Hopkins [[1978); English lyrics set to a Russian romance melody.

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end


    Several other songs with the same title.
    Last edited by 9A; 02-09-2021 at 06:46 PM.

  36. #140536
    Reminisce - Mary J. Blige

  37. #140537
    Memories Are Made of This -- Dean Martin, backed by The Easy Riders [[1955); The Drifters [[1966)
    Last edited by 9A; 02-09-2021 at 08:27 PM.

  38. #140538
    [[There's) Always Something There To Remind Me - Dionne Warwick

  39. #140539
    The Things That I Used To Do - Guitar Slim

  40. #140540
    Back In The Day - Ahmad

  41. #140541
    Way Back When - Brenda Russell

  42. #140542
    Long Ago [[And Far Away) -- Charting versions were recorded almost simultaneously by Dick Haymes and Helen Forrest, Bing Crosby, Jo Stafford, and Perry Como [[1944)

  43. #140543
    Old Days - Chicago

  44. #140544
    School Days -- Written in 1907. Recorded by many artists over the years, including Tiny Tim. Louis Jordan recorded a version having little in common with the earlier song [[1949).

  45. #140545
    Glory Days - Bruce Springsteen

  46. #140546
    Dance Hall Days - Wang Chung

  47. #140547
    Easy Days - The Pointer Sisters

  48. #140548
    Thirty Days - Chuck Berry

  49. #140549
    A Day - Styx

  50. #140550
    A Day In the Life - The Beatles

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