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The Song Thread

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Manowar - Heart of Steel (Live at Lisbon... I was there!!!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFuIc2sRFxs

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Manowar - Heart of Steel (Live at Lisbon... I was there!!!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BFuIc2sRFxs

Which one was you? :D

Later,

William

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Which one was you? :D

Later,

William

If you start counting from the front left, I'm the number 2321. Really, I've checked!! :D :D

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McLaughlin, di Meola, de Lucia - Orient Blue Suite (this is a beautiful piece, listen to it! From the Album "Passion, Grace and Fire")

Edited by Kutusov

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Van Halen - Jump

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlq0lYB3iSM

Go on, press the link, you know you want too :partytime:

Edited by sparky the cat

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Smiths - Big Mouth Strikes Again (or any other song...)

Were the words "tooth" and "strikes" the tenuous links to horological instrumentation in this song?

BTW, I can quote a line from every Smiths song: La la la, la la la, la la la la. :D

Later,

William

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Were the words "tooth" and "strikes" the tenuous links to horological instrumentation in this song?

Smiths does... ^_^

smithsmilitarynewone1.jpg

Ok, it's not the song but the name of the band... :bag:

Oh, and "Big" could do it... IWC Big Pilot

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Edited by Kutusov

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Were the words "tooth" and "strikes" the tenuous links to horological instrumentation in this song?

Smiths does... ^_^

smithsmilitarynewone1.jpg

Ok, it's not the song but the name of the band... :bag:

How awkward for both of us, you cheated ( :tongue2: ), and I completely missed a relatively simple reference. :rolleyes: :bag:

Oh well, ohhhh oh oh, la la la, la la la la.

Later,

William

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How awkward for both of us, you cheated ( :tongue2: ), and I completely missed a relatively simple reference. :rolleyes: :bag:

Oh well, ohhhh oh oh, la la la, la la la la.

Ok, to redeem myself and to pay tribute to your Seamaster 300 will this do?

Nicola Conte - Dossier Omega

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1 - 2 Buckle my Shoe! (and it goes up to 8.00 pm :lol:)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXS2QrhWw6s

and a handy guide to the alphabet as well! :pmsl:

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1 - 2 Buckle my Shoe! (and it goes up to 8.00 pm :lol:)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXS2QrhWw6s

and a handy guide to the alphabet as well! :pmsl:

Great Karaoke song, I bet it would be a blast on girls night out :D

Ok, so from buckle to butterfly

The Mission - Butterfly on a wheel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXssMhfTD3U

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coldplay and billy ray both gone so the best i got is "chimes of freedom" but when i looked it up i got Bruce and not Dylan.

assume the cover was more popular than the original...dunno really, anyway am recuperating so what do i know wheelchair.gif

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cheated and found this so rubbish it has to included

Chad VanGaalen

Edited by desmondus rotundus

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Words & Music by Joe Young, "Little" Jack Little & John Siras

Recorded by Somethin' Smith & The Redheads, 1956 (#27)

C E7 A7

It's only a shanty in old shanty town;

D C#7 D7

It's roof is so slanty, it touches the ground.

G D7 G7 C G#7 C

But my tum - bled down shack by an old railroad track,

D7 C D7 G D7 G7

Like a mill - ion - aire's mansion is call - ing me back.

C E7 A7

I'd give up my palace if I were a king;

D C#7 D7

It's more than a palace - it's my ev'rything.

F Fm Fdim C E7 A7

There's a Queen waiting there, in a sil - ver - y crown

In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town

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