song lyrics game #3 CLOSED

Discussion in 'Homebound/Bedbound' started by hangininthere, Feb 19, 2014.

  1. hangininthere

    hangininthere Well-Known Member

    Write one line of a song, preferably the second line.

    Then others add a line, either the first line or third and so on.

    Do not Google for clues. These are from memory, for fun.

    I'm writing the first line here, because the second line would give it away too much.

    "This old man, he played one..."
  2. Soul*

    Soul* Well-Known Member

    I don't know if it is the song I think it is but if I hum this tune do you recognize it?

    "This old man, he played one..."
    "This old man, he played one..."
    And if this old man ... then this old man will...

    Fill in the blanks :p I only have the tune...

    Oooh oooh more is coming back to me now but in blurs,

    Ain't got time to fix the... etc... I'll stop here two half lines is one right ;)
  3. hangininthere

    hangininthere Well-Known Member

    Yes, you're getting it, haha.

    Patti
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  4. windblade

    windblade Active Member

    "This old man he played two, he played knick-knack on my shoe"
  5. Soul*

    Soul* Well-Known Member

    Oh Wind, now we are making a cool remix :D
  6. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    This Old Man, he played one.
    He played knick-knack on my thumb.
    With a knick-knack, paddy whack,
    Give your dog a bone.
    This Old Man came rolling home.

    Rock
  7. Soul*

    Soul* Well-Known Member

    And we don't need this house no longer
    and we don't need this house no more

    I think we are humming different songs though :p

    Oooh now I realise, I mixed it up, I'm humming this old house :D
  8. sunflowergirl

    sunflowergirl Active Member

    Ain't a goin' to need this house no longer, ain't a goin' to need this house no more,
    ain't got time to fix the shingles ain't got time to fix the doors.
  9. Darrae

    Darrae Member

    This old man he played four,he played knick-knack on my door
    with a knick-knack paddy wack give the dog a bone
    this old man came rolling home.

    Ain't got time to oil no hinges or to mend the broken window pane,
    Ain't gonna need this house no longer, I'm gettin' ready to meet the saints.
  10. windblade

    windblade Active Member

    Soul and Leah - thanks for laughs. "Remix, and Leah's lyrics. LOL

    So what and who ain't going to fix the house no more?

    Going to meet the saints. Sounds good. I love ones that have come from all around the world. And lightened up the world.:)
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  11. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    "This Old House" was a big hit for Rosemary Clooney when I was in high school. (The
    Fabulous 50s.) Some gal (Can't remember her name, but she had terrific stage presence.)
    and I lip synched to it. The act was going swimmingly until my beard started to fall off.
    I just sorta chewed on it to prevent same. The audience was enthralled with our
    performance and indicated its approval by hooting and laughing.

    I think it was the following year in the Jr or Sr Class Play. I was a busy thespian in those
    days despite having no acting ability whatsoever. Well, most boys were too shy and to
    afraid of forgetting their lines to get up on the stage. Anyhooo, in the play I was supposed to be middle aged and chubby. I wore a pair of my dad's pants with a pillow enhancer. This
    time it was the pants that started to fall down. More laughs.

    Ah, memories.

    BTW, Rosemary (who is the aunt of heartthrob George Clooney) also had a hit with
    "Come On A My House". I always thought if she wanted another hit, she should have
    recorded "Bless This House".

    Rock
  12. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Rock, I remember Rosemary Clooney, we were talking about her on another thread. Remembering "Hit Parade" and Ted Mack Amateur Hour.. Bet you remember those too!

    Rosemary had a sister named Betty who also was a singer and George's dad, Nick was the host on one of the movie channels a few years ago. Talented family.
  13. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Here's another song lyric: "Moonlight and love songs, never out of date ....."
  14. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    Getting nervous here. We're under a severe thunderstorm warning and a tornado watch and the tornado warning area is getting closer. Guess I'd better turn off the computer. Later. GB66
  15. Soul*

    Soul* Well-Known Member

    Be safe gb!

    We've got a beautiful remix going :p

    I guess the saints don't need this house no longer :D

    Oh when the Saints go marching, oh when the Saints go marching in...

    Then Gb's song:

    "Moonlight and love songs, never out of date ....."

    It does bring up a tune but I doubt it is the right one once again :p And yet again a hard time getting any words...

    ... all kinds of anything... duh duh duh duh duhhhhhh duh...
  16. gb66

    gb66 Well-Known Member

    A clue for the song: "moonlight and love songs never out of date..."
    'Casablanca'
  17. sunflowergirl

    sunflowergirl Active Member

    hearts full of passion, jealousy and hate
    woman loves man and man must have his mate
    that no one can deny.

    (boy, I used to sing that at piano bars, but do you think I can remember it now?)

    It's still the same old story, a fight for love and glory, a case of do or die,
    the world will always welcome lovers, as time goes by.

    (well......it's slowly coming back to me, but I don't dare try to repair this post because it's taken me 4 times of saving changes and trying to type more)
    Last edited: Feb 21, 2014
  18. Darrae

    Darrae Member

    Freida,

    You are right. It is "As Time Goes By". One of my favorite songs. It's also the theme music for one of my favorite British Sitcoms, aptly named As Time Goes By, starring Judi Dench.

    Lord I want to be in that number,
    When the saints go marching in.

    Just sang that one with the residents last Wednesday! How "ironical". LOL :)
  19. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    They used to write songs with great lyrics. A relatively modern song with
    beautiful words is "The Rose" by Amanda McBroom.

    As for "Moonlight and Roses", I kinda think the next phrase is "Bring
    wonderful memories of you". Don't remember what comes after that.

    There is a fairly new song I like called "Bright Blue Rose". Great melody.
    The words, however, do not fit the melody line and make no sense whatsoever.
    Even the title makes no sense.

    "As time goes by" is another song with great lyrics. It was written before the
    movie by a guy with a name like Hupfield (I think). Recently read a book about movie
    composers. The author said Max Steiner, who wrote the score for Casablanca, did
    not want the song included in the pic.

    Rock
  20. Darrae

    Darrae Member

    Freida,

    This is so much fun! Music elicits so many wonderful memories. Like smells bring back memories......the smell of bread fresh out of the oven, and the smell of lilacs. These always bring back to me good memories. I use music as a tool a great deal in my work. A resident with dementia may forget how to do many things, may forget who people are, or where they are.......but if you once begin to sing a chorus of "You Are My Sunshine", it's totally amazing to watch the lights go on and the resident begin to sing with you. Music is great medicine! :) For all of us.

    Dar
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