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What song are you listening to? (1 Viewer)


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All righty then. Looks like dj-Bagit has been thrust into action by inaction! :lone:

Hmm...What would be the right song choice...........?

Got it!! :ghost:

You guys/gals ever had a character that fits this song?

This is for that one character that moves you like no other!!



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Good evening everyone. Dj Bagit got a classic for ya'.



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I love diving into the obscure back catalogue of a band. Extra points if I thought that band were a flash in the pan and haven't thought of them in 20 years.



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I don't know what haze I was in a few years back, but I just discovered The Revivalists, specifically Wish I Knew You . . . . .gorgeous song!


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Dennis left us to dance in the sky six years ago tomorrow ... Beltane, May Day, halfway between equinox and solstice, or just a great day to dance. I hope everyone who has someone dancing in heaven appreciates this song, and any memories that slip out of your eyes and slide your cheeks, be captured in a smile of love.



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Lone Ranger by Quantum Jump

This song starts with the world's longest place name,

Taumatawhakatangihangakoayauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukypokaiwhenuakitanatahu, a Maori word from New Zealand - What that has to do with the lone Ranger I don't know, but it is quite an accomplishment to even say it, 85 characters if I remember correctly.

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