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The movie game got me to thinking of another game that may be fun - song titles. Just something we do in the office to pass the time...
Here's the rules: We start with a song title. Then the next post has to have a word in it from that song title. If i put Flight of the Bumblee by Korsakov, then the next post could be Flight of Icarus ~ Iron Maiden.

So here we go........

It's Five O' Clock Somewhere - Allan Jackson

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SHORT of Daybreak - Underoath

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"Blue Hawaii" - Elvis Presley  (originally recorded by Bing Crosby in 1937!)

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Hi... there is a song in Germany called


Es gibt kein Bier auf Hawaii (means: There Is No Beer On Hawaii) sung by an artist called Paul Kuhn (who was originally a jazz musician)

but I think you folks cant continue with German :D - so I take another one:


Blue Moon -Frank Sinatra

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