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    I want more jules77's Avatar
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    Here's how old I am....I've seen Queen and Loverboy live.Queen rules but Loverboy?What was Ithiking?
    FANTASIZE!!!!!! It's better than the real thing.

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    hey, Loverboy put out some good stuff during the 80s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sepialove
    Anyway, here I am this lil black girl sing..." Mercedes Benz" and Carole King songs from " Tapestry" at my school and the kids looking at me like Im crazy!

    *sigh* Ok..had me the Geritol
    Can you imagine a car load of long hair white boy hippies in Tennessee riding around trying to harmonize with the Chi-Lites to "Oh Girl" or "Have You Seen Her"? Turned my friends onto them and it became one of our "party" tapes!
    I still say "Oh Girl" by the Chi-Lites is one of the most beautiful songs ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jules77
    Here's how old I am....I've seen Queen and Loverboy live.Queen rules but Loverboy?What was Ithiking?
    I flew on a plane from New Orleans to Vancouver with Loverboy. Okay, not with them, but on the same plane. I saw them when they checked in at NO and I knew they were a band because of their luggage, and I thought they looked familiar... but I couldn't place them until we were in Vancouver picking up our luggage.

    I was too shy to ask for an autograph.

    Anyways... wanna talk about old? I remember dancing to my parents' Captain & Tenille albums. I remember 8 tracks. I remember watching the Bay City Rollers every Saturday morning on the Krofft Supershow.

    But ya know what? I like my age, and if growing up in the 70s and 80s means that my favourite tunes are classics, then so be it. I'd rather they be classics than has-beens.
    Men are like slinkies... not really good for anything, but you can't help but smile as you see one tumble down the stairs.

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