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KeithnRita

The #1 song when you were born?

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If you want to know just click this link: #1 Song This Date in History

These are ours:

Keith ... "The Old Lamp-Lighter" by Sammy Kaye

Rita ... "Cruising Down the River" by Russ Morgan

(boy, are we old!)

Why don't you post yours?

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I guess David is about my age, since that was the #1 song when I was born. For Joan, it was a song I'm unfamiliar with: "Rumors are Flying", by Frankie Carle. Of course, we only hear the songs for the day we're born if our parents play them, or if we hear them on Oldies radio.

The #1 song on the day we were married, 6/16/68, is still appropriate: Herb Alpert's "This Guy's in Love With You." The song on the date we met, 1/13/67, is also still appropriate: the Monkees' "I'm a Believer".

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WOW - thanks for the trip down Memory Lane Keith & Rita.

Swinging on a Star by Bing Crosby was the big hit the day I was born

Chattanooga Choo Choo by Glen Miller was the song when DH Jim was born

Sunshine Superman by Donovan was the rage the day we were married nearly 40 years ago.

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This is mine: 1947 ... "Ballerina" by Vaughn Monroe

This is hubby's (his birthday was yesterday, and the United States had a day off to celebrate HIS birthday!): 1947 ... "Open the Door, Richard!" by Count Basie

And this is what was #1 when we got married:

1975 ... "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" by John Denver

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Oh my...this is age defining...LOL

"I'll Be Seeing You" by Bing Crosby <]when I was born...

"It's My Party" by Lesley Gore <]when I graduated from high school...

and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" by The Righteous Brothers<]

when I got married.

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