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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by 3bolt79, Sep 15, 2020.
This takes me back to then:
I don't know about being a kid anymore....but I still think this kicks....
Love that! I used to play that song a LOT with the BEER GODDESS, and everything was good.
I ain't even embarrassed.
How do you define childhood? Early memories, surprisingly apropos:
How many remember Roy Clark? HEE HAW!!!! That guy could play ANYTHING with a string on it! Makes me happy This is actually worth watching. The guy is my hero.
This is well worth checking out.
The earliest song I remember, Freight Train by Nancy Whisky and Chas McDevitt.
Still enjoy these songs today, but there are really too many to list
Red River Valley
Home on the Range
You are My Sunshine
Just about anything by John Denver
Jazzy Spies - I recently found out these were composed by Denny Zeitlin and the vocals are by Grace Slick.
Really love the driving beat.
Man I musta been 7-8 years old when that came out
Luved it then
1950s 7 to 9 YO
Saturday morning on childrens radio requests, 1950s.
Teddy Bears Picnic.