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Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison - (Blowin' Your Mind album) 1967

                             After the breakup of his former Northern Ireland band Them, he wrote and recorded this song as a single in June                                   and later in September on the album.  Despite the fact that he still insists that it wasn't one of his best, it remains his                               signature song. 

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    On The Other Hand - Sammy Hagar (Marching To Mars album) 1997

 

Well I, I got my friends
And I don't need more friends
I can count my friends on both hands

Came an evil man and he cut off one hand
Now I count my friends on the other hand
Yeah, on the other hand
Oh, well

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    Well this one came to my mind immediately.

              Cross Eyed Mary - Jethro Tull (Aqualung album) 1971

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    Crosstown Traffic - Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland album)1968

                                    This is still one of my favorite albums, both for the music and the memories of the time when it came out.

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    Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough - Michael Jackson (Released a a single in 1979)

                                                          This song earned him his first solo Grammy Award in 1980, winning Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.  

                                                          I have it on HIStory: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1.          

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    It's A Big Old Goofy World - John Prine (The Missing Years album) 1991

                                                  He has been described as a literary-minded country-folk singer-songwriter.    

Up in the morning Work like a dog

Is better than sitting Like a bump on a log

Mind all your manners Be as quiet as a mouse 

Some day you'll own a home That's as big as a house

Now I know a fella He eats like a horse

Knocks his old balls Round the old golf course

You oughta see his wife She's a cute little dish

Smokes like a chimney Drinks like a fish

 

Hey There's a big old goofy man

Dancing with a big old goofy girl

Ooh baby It's a big old goofy world

 

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    What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong (Recorded as a single in 1967)

                                                 I have it on the album The Very Best Of Louis Armstrong.

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