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  • VanPelt81VanPelt81 Posts: 2,359 Member
    "Years of Silent Sorrow" - Immortal
  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    Zero She Flies - Al Stewart


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • CororonCororon Posts: 2,873 Member
    Arrival - ABBA
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  • aldavoraldavor Posts: 1,314 Member
    Blowin' in the Wind - Bob Dylan (1962)

    "Blowin' in the Wind" is a song written by Bob Dylan in 1962 and released as a single and on his album The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan in 1963. It has been described as a protest song, and poses a series of rhetorical questions about peace, war, and freedom. The refrain "The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind" has been described as "impenetrably ambiguous: either the answer is so obvious it is right in your face, or the answer is as intangible as the wind".

    In 1994, the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. In 2004, it was ranked number 14 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time".

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  • TWSimGamer82TWSimGamer82 Posts: 418 Member
    Can't Get Enough of Your Love Baby - Barry White
    Sim: "I'm starving!"
    Player: *instructs sim to prepare meal* "Then eat something, you little goofball!"
    Sim: *starts cooking meal*
    -5 seconds later-
    Sim: *Stops cooking meal* "I'm so hungry!"
    Player: *head hits desk*
  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    I wonder if today's parents still spell things that they don't want their kids to understand what they are talking about. B)

    Although my parents never got divorced, this is from one of my mother's favorite artists. This one's for you Mom. B)

    D-I-V-O-R-C-E - Tammy Wynette


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • CororonCororon Posts: 2,873 Member
    Egmont overture - Ludwig van Beethoven :tongue:
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  • TEXASKITTYKATTEXASKITTYKAT Posts: 4,084 Member
    Fancy by Bobbie Gentry
  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    Give a Little Bit - Supertramp


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • MRSMLOGMRSMLOG Posts: 19,420 Member
    Hot Rod Lincoln - Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen with Lyrics

    Wash your hands <3
  • TEXASKITTYKATTEXASKITTYKAT Posts: 4,084 Member
    I (Who Have Nothing) by Ben E. King
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Just A Girl by The Click Five.
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    The Key - REO Speedwagon


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • VanPelt81VanPelt81 Posts: 2,359 Member
    edited March 19
    "Lake Of Sorrow" - The Sins Of Thy Beloved

  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Missing by Evanescence.
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
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  • xstxrrysequencexstxrrysequence Posts: 368 Member
    New Americana - Halsey.
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    the darkest nights produce the brightest stars.✧
  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    Only the Strong Survive - REO Speedwagon


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • TEXASKITTYKATTEXASKITTYKAT Posts: 4,084 Member
    Papa Was a Rolling Stone by The Temptations
  • DeKayDeKay Posts: 57,265 Member
    Queen of Hearts by Juice Newton.
    My origin ID: DeKaythePUNK
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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    edited March 20
    Ready For Love - Bad Company


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • TEXASKITTYKATTEXASKITTYKAT Posts: 4,084 Member
    Sad Movies (Make Me Cry) by Sue Thompson
  • aldavoraldavor Posts: 1,314 Member
    Tell Laura I Love Her - Ray Peterson (1960) (This version: Ricky Valance (1960)

    "Tell Laura I Love Her", a teenage tragedy song written by Jeff Barry and Ben Raleigh, was an American Top Ten popular music hit for singer Ray Peterson in 1960 on RCA Victor Records, reaching #7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. Later that same year, the song was recorded and released by Ricky Valance in the United Kingdom, where it went all the way to the #1 spot in the UK Singles Chart. "Tell Laura I Love Her" has been a hit in 14 countries, and has sold over seven million copies.

    Decca Records in England decided not to release Ray Peterson's 1960 recording on the grounds that it was "too tasteless and vulgar" and destroyed about twenty-five thousand copies that had already been pressed. A cover version by Ricky Valance, released by EMI on the Columbia label, was No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart for three weeks. The Peterson single would be re-released in 1962 following the success of Valance's recording.

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  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    Under the Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers


    Why don't we have doorbells?
  • TEXASKITTYKATTEXASKITTYKAT Posts: 4,084 Member
    Valley Of The Dolls by Dionne Warwick
  • luvdasims55luvdasims55 Posts: 4,728 Member
    When the Music's Over - The Doors


    Why don't we have doorbells?
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