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February 5, 2013 at 10:34 am #731

Seventies Man

See how many of these 1975 song titles you can spot.
A guy was helping a lady park her car into a very tight spot.
“Left, Left, Down Down- that’s its.. excuse me for saying so but Oh Yes you are beautiful” The lady in the car just giggled.
He jumped in beside her and said that she aint seen nothing yet and wanted to get the inbetweenies with her. He wanted to give something for the girl who has everything to have him.
Her stare told him that he was not going to the promised land with her tonight. It was now time to say goodbye my love and there was no use crying over you.

February 6, 2013 at 9:34 am #732

tankmeister7

Status Quo – Down Down
Gary Glitter – Oh yes you’re beautiful
Bachman Turner Overdrive – You ain’t seen nothing yet
Sparks – Something for the girl with everything
Promised Land – Elvis I think and didn’t Dave Edmunds cover it ???
Glitter Band – Goodbye My Love
Ken Booth – Crying over you

SILLY BILLY YOU LET ME LOOSE ON THE INTERNET AGAIN LOL

February 8, 2013 at 5:02 am #733

Seventies Man

Next one will be hardrer

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