Weekly Song Challenge, Week 34

Time for Mary B’s Weekly Song Challenge! She gives the prompts, we give the tunes.

A Song that mentions a Planet in the Title: Paul McCartney & Wings, "Venus & Mars"

A Song that mentions Something One Would Wear in the Title: Dodie Stevens, "Pink Shoelaces"

A Song that mentions an Animal in the Title: Lobo, "Me & You & A Dog Named Boo"

See you next week!

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13 thoughts on “Weekly Song Challenge, Week 34

  1. Was going to comment on the songs, but then saw you had a picture of Heckle and Jeckle (which is what I call my 2 Barbarians on my blog). I think my Heckle and Jeckle are probably the onlty 2 of their generation to know who those two birds are.

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    1. I’m surprised you knew them. There are people my age who lived in the US their entire lives that never heard of them. Now, that might be a result of my brothers and I getting up at the crack of dawn on weekends, which is when CBS (the network that also owned Terrytoons, the studio that produced them) scheduled H&J, and of the amount of time we spent in front of the TV when we were kids (which was a lot, and yet we did well in school and were reasonably well-adjusted anyway).

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  2. John,

    I don’t remember “Venus & Mars”. It’s really pretty, though. I had forgotten about “Me and You and Dog Named Boo”. 🙂 I stumbled on “Pink Shoelaces” in recent years which was new to me. Good picks for this week. It was fun to listen to these again.

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    1. “Venus & Mars” is a nice song that wasn’t on the radio much, but when I lied in the dorm a couple of guys were big Wings fans, so I heard it a lot. I had almost forgotten “Me & You…” but not totally, which is how it ended up on the list.

      Do you remember a song “Billy, I’ve Got To Go To Town,” which was an answer song to “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town”? Dodie Stevens, using her real name Geraldine, sang that one.

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