Discussion in 'Homebound/Bedbound' started by gb66, Jun 14, 2018.
Let's do 2 word song titles now:
Hi GB, good idea.
Hello, Dolly, 16 Tons
Mairzy Doats, Bendemeer's Stream
White Christmas, Happy Birthday
Blue Christmas, Goodnight, Ladies
Country Roads, Auf Wiedersehen
Gentle Annie, My Happiness
The Auctioneer, Ave Maria
Born Free, Three Bells
I'm thinking there must be a lot more two word titles than one word. Good ones Rock!
'Rockin' Robin' by Bobby Day
'Sugar, Sugar' by the Archies
'Liar, Liar' by the Castaways
'Monster Mash' by Bobby 'Boris' Pickett
I remember the first and last. Rockin' Robin was a number one hit the year I was graduated
from High School. Don't know the two songs in the middle. Good to have you back.
Jingle Bells, Alleghany Moon
Our Town, Higher Ground
El Paso, Whispering Pines
Saginaw Michigan, Freight Train
Going Home, Davy Crockett
My Man, The Unicorn
September Song, Autumn Leaves
Easter Parade, Unchained Melody
American Pie - Don McLean
Dancing Queen - ABBA
Duke's Place - Duke Ellington & Louis Armstrong
Frog Kissing - Chet Atkins
I Robot - Alan Parsons Project
At Seventeen - Janis Ian
My Hero, from "The Chocolate Soldier.
Isn't 'My Hero' one of the songs that Ethel Mertz sang when they visitied her home town on the I Love Lucy show? They called her little Ethel May or something like that. GB
I found the video on YouTube of Ethel Mae Potter singing Shortnin' Bread and My Hero on an I Love Lucy episode.
Hi Patti! I thought I remembered that song from somewhere. It was kind of annoying when she sang it. lol
There was another episode where Fred called her by another middle name. Ethel Louise? Guess the writer's had a memory lapse. I loved that show. GB
Hi GB. I love that show, too.
Yep, that video was annoying. That's why I didn't post it here. LOL
I googled and found this:
"Ethel had three different middle names: Ethel Roberta in the episode where they bottle Aunt Martha's Old Fashioned Salad Dressing, Ethel Louise when the girls bought the same dress for the "Friendship" number, and Ethel Mae when they went to Albuquerque."
Separate names with a comma.