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post #91 of 119
^That would rank right up there with the Mungo Jerrys of the world...
post #92 of 119
"Maggie Mae" by Rod Stewart for the Australian charts. Better, but I wish I was younger for, I don't know, maybe "Highway to Hell"?
post #93 of 119
Cool, I have the best so far.

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post #94 of 119
Maneater - Daryl Hall & John Oates
post #95 of 119
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Shake You Down - Gregory Abbott

I have no idea what this even is, damn 80's.

Great slow pop song- you should check it out in youtube! Abbott was also a model, appearing regularly in GQ and such.

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"Brand New Key" by Melanie

What the fuck is this???

"Ernie (Fastest Milkman in the West) by Bennie Hill
This is the British one.

Wow, Benny Hill had a Number One hit!
post #96 of 119
Man at Work - Down Under, I love this song so much!!
post #97 of 119
Separate Lives - Phil Collins
post #98 of 119
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Man at Work - Down Under, I love this song so much!!

I had this album (it's Men at Work btw) - Business as Usual - and used to play it non-stop.

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Maneater - Daryl Hall & John Oates

Had this one to, called H20. A great one but not as good as their earlier onesI, Private Eyes and Voices.

For some reason though I thought you were older
post #99 of 119
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Maneater - Daryl Hall & John Oates

same here.
post #100 of 119
Go Away Little Girl by Donnie Osmond (in the US)

This must be the worst result ever. I've never even heard of this song, nor can I imagine what it's like. "Go away"?

edit: wait, WTF? The UK one is Hey Girl Don't Bother Me by the Tams.


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post #101 of 119
Island Girl-elton john
post #102 of 119
Jump - van Halen
post #103 of 119
(Just like)Starting Over- John Lennon
post #104 of 119
Wake Me Up Befoe You Go-Go - Wham!


sweet! I love that song!
post #105 of 119
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Island Girl-elton john

Jee-Zus. We were at a pool hall and someone played this song six times in a row on the jukebox. We left before #7 could come on.
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