Re: what was the number 1 song on the day you were born?
Originally Posted by a_hyperbole
1976 ... "Theme from 'Mahogany' (Do You Know Where You're Going To)" by Diana Ross Never heard of it.
"Do you know, where you're going to...do you like the things that life is showing you...where are you going to...do you know"?
(A song I've always liked.)
"That Lucky Old Sun" by Frankie Laine. Don't recognize it.
Up in the mornin'Out on the job. Work like the devil for my pay - But that lucky old sun ain't got nothin' to do but roll around heaven all day... (Love Frankie Laine)
Smoke, smoke, smoke, that cigarette. Don't recall the artist. Not too pleasant a thought, with both my dad an my brother each dying from overuse of tobacco.
Sung by Cowboy singing star Tex Williams...
CHORUS Smoke, smoke, smoke that cigarette Puff, puff, puff until you smoke yourself to death. Tell St. Peter at the Golden Gate That you hate to make him wait, But you just gotta have another cigarette.
I've always gotten kind of a chuckle out of this "novelty" type song. But experiences such as BarbaraAnn's make it hardly a laughing matter. This probably doesn't help anybody, but I just know alot about certain songs and like to show off every once in a while Barry
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.