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Earworms
#71
^I'm sorry I saw that! 

This is my earworm today - it's a local one - Steve Louw and Big Sky. None other than Benmont Tench on keys and Robbie McIntosh on guitar. Dires Straits meets Falling Mirror .... 



"The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us." ~ Bill Watterson
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#72
extremely annoying by satirical UK group The Firm from the 1980s:
Star Trek fans will laugh at it as they use the catch phrases of Scotty, Bones, Kirk and Spock continually throughout the song.






another satirical one,
this time from the writers of UK comedy TV show Spittin' Image.
as a footnote, these guys made the video for Genesis' 'land of confusion' amongst others over the years.

Ruby and Jerome, i know you guys wont take this nonsense seriously.



“Sgt Pepper did its thing it was the album of the decade, maybe the Century. 
It was innovative with great songs, I’m glad I was on it but the ‘White’ album ended up a better album for me.” Ringo Starr
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#73
This one appeared out of nowhere, as they do I suppose! Lol! Quite liked some of their stuff. What next ??!... 



"The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us." ~ Bill Watterson
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#74
had this one stuck in my head on constant rotation since i posted the album a few weeks ago.
can certainly here the beginning of the Travelling Wilbury sound in it






I know you're in the sun
I know you're close to everyone
At times it's like you don't have a hold on me
I see you in the love
I see you in the moon above
But I want to know that you're not lost inside of me.



You know I need you
You know I love you
If I'm not with you
I'm not so much of a man
I'm like a fish on the sand.


You call me in the night
(You call me in the night)
And hide behind the daylight
You're blowing like a wind, you don't let me see
You know I feel the pain
(You know I feel the pain)
I'm tired of playing games with you
Though there's nothing else I want that would set me free.


You know I love you
You know I need you
If I can't be with you
I'm not so much of a man
I'm a fish on the sand.


No use to no one else, they've all dried up
Watching all our lives go by
I can't believe you'd want to see me crying
I hold you in my heart
(I hold you in my heart)
I know that you're a part of me
But it's a must to know that you love me too.


I look you in the eye
(I look you in the eye)
You're swimming by my teardrops
But I want to know for sure that you'll let me see.


You know I want you
You know I need you
If I'm not with you
I'm not so much of a man
I'm like a fish on the sand
“Sgt Pepper did its thing it was the album of the decade, maybe the Century. 
It was innovative with great songs, I’m glad I was on it but the ‘White’ album ended up a better album for me.” Ringo Starr
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#75
On repeat in the ol' auditory cortex ... brilliantly crafted song, IMHO, and two interesting voices - Peter Straker with Jaki Whitren on the chorus. 



"The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us." ~ Bill Watterson
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#76
Colin Blunstone has a unique voice - must get one of his solo projects.
'The purpose of life is a life of purpose' - Athena Orchard.
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#77
Self-inflicted ... "Bring back the good old days"! 



"The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us." ~ Bill Watterson
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#78
Woke up with Greg Lake in my head and he's been in there all day!! This song - on repeat ... sheesh ... 



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#79
but more importantly Ruby, who are you really thinking about?
“Sgt Pepper did its thing it was the album of the decade, maybe the Century. 
It was innovative with great songs, I’m glad I was on it but the ‘White’ album ended up a better album for me.” Ringo Starr
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#80
^I’m asking myself the same question! Lol! The answer eludes me but maybe I should stop posting these for fear of a pattern of deep dark secrets emerging ...  

Speaking of which, it's Al's turn today. I seem to be listening to earworms more than anything else at the moment!


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