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Old 05-17-2016, 02:38 PM   #16
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LOL, I knew it was going to be tough, I specialize in obscure songs.

Clue? Well, OK I guess I can give a clue, what should I say? Let's see.....alright here's a clue.....it's a country & western tune from 1966.
I specialize in country music but this one is drawing a blank. I've either heard this song and just not recognizing the line or I've never heard it all.

You stated it was an obscure song. Is the artist also obscure or someone we would recognize?
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Remember when I said this game could be easy with Google? Yeah, even Google doesn't know this one
LOL, when I said it was going to be tough, I wasn't fooling around and meant business.

I'll wait until Friday, I'll reveal the answer then if no one is able to guess it.
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I specialize in country music but this one is drawing a blank. I've either heard this song and just not recognizing the line or I've never heard it all.

You stated it was an obscure song. Is the artist also obscure or someone we would recognize?
Clue #2: The artist is fairly obscure, started off in the 1950's in the rockabilly genre before switching genres to country in the mid 1960's.

OK that's it, no more clues you're all on your own now.
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I'll wait until Friday, I'll reveal the answer then if no one is able to guess it.
I just realized that you posted out of turn. I was the first to correctly guess Babalu's line as "Beyond the Sea." You posted not long after that with the same answer and most likely didn't notice that I had already done so. I admit that your line is a challenge but in order to keep the game active I'd like to suggest not making things too difficult. When the song can't be found with Google then it must be really obscure.

We'll keep your line in play but since it was my turn I'm going to post it now because I really don't feel like waiting until Friday. Please don't reveal until then, I'm having fun trying to figure it out.
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"Beyond the Sea" - Bobby Darin (many others)
Since it was my turn, here's my line... (retroTVfan4ever's is also still in play)

"Looking better than the body has a right to"

To keep the game moving along, I'll offer these clues:

The lyric appears in at least 2 different songs, 1 rock & 1 country

The country song is the biggest hit of the artist's career and was also a crossover hit on the pop charts.

If you know both please post only one title and give another player a chance with the other.
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I just realized that you posted out of turn. I was the first to correctly guess Babalu's line as "Beyond the Sea." You posted not long after that with the same answer and most likely didn't notice that I had already done so.
That's correct I didn't notice, you posted with the answer five minutes before me which means I was working on typing my response at the time you posted.

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We'll keep your line in play but since it was my turn I'm going to post it now because I really don't feel like waiting until Friday. Please don't reveal until then, I'm having fun trying to figure it out.
Don't worry, I'll reveal the answer on Friday which gives you a few days to figure it out.
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Since it was my turn, here's my line... (retroTVfan4ever's is also still in play)

"Looking better than the body has a right to"

To keep the game moving along, I'll offer these clues:

The lyric appears in at least 2 different songs, 1 rock & 1 country

The country song is the biggest hit of the artist's career and was also a crossover hit on the pop charts.

If you know both please post only one title and give another player a chance with the other.
OK, I'll post one of the answers and let someone else post the other.

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OK, I'll post one of the answers and let someone else post the other.

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Correct!
Cool. Does this mean I can post another lyric line, or do I have to wait since mine currently in play hasn't been correctly answered yet?
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Cool. Does this mean I can post another lyric line, or do I have to wait since mine currently in play hasn't been correctly answered yet?
Go ahead and post another, we can work on 2.
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Go ahead and post another, we can work on 2.
OK thanks. I like to present a challenge so this will be another tough one, maybe not quite as tough as the other one still in play, but still tough. Here it is:

"You'd be mine and mine alone, I'd never let you go from me"

I'll give a clue: song is from the early 60's, 1961-62, genre is teen pop/doo wop.

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I'll answer for the earlier line, "Looking better than the body has a right to" -- Country song lyric
It was "Here You Come Again" by Dolly Parton
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I'll answer for the earlier line, "Looking better than the body has a right to" -- Country song lyric
It was "Here You Come Again" by Dolly Parton
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I believe the answer to Babalu's is "Beyond The Sea".

OK here's a real tough one, at least I think it is. Let's see if anyone can come up with the answer:

"I held a dream of many men, I knew that she was true"
OK, I think I've waited long enough so I'll reveal the answer:

Artist name- Curley Barrix
Song name- Blue Ribbon Clown
Record label and year- Dunwich, 1966.

This is a good song too, just went nowhere on the charts as far as I know.
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OK thanks. I like to present a challenge so this will be another tough one, maybe not quite as tough as the other one still in play, but still tough. Here it is:

"You'd be mine and mine alone, I'd never let you go from me"

I'll give a clue: song is from the early 60's, 1961-62, genre is teen pop/doo wop.
And I'll go ahead and reveal the answer to this one too because I don't think anyone will guess it:

Artist name- Ginny Zee
Song name- You Can't Imagine
Record label and year- Atco, 1961.

Ginny Zee's full name is Virginia Zillitto, she's from New Jersey. The record company shortened her name to Ginny Zee. A few years ago, I found out Ginny was on classmates.com, I sent her a message there and she replied. She told me that her singing career was brief because she had strict parents who didn't approve of her having a singing career. That's a shame because she had a very pretty singing voice, like an angel. After she graduated school, she eventually got married and raised a family.

The flip side of You Can't Imagine is a song titled Bobby Baby, both songs are on you tube if anyone wants to give em a listen.

If I have it correct, the band backing Ginny on the 45 are Ray Davis and the Coachmen Five, I believe Ginny's brother was part of that group, not absolutely sure though.
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