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  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,263Member Member Posts: 2,263Member Member
    I remember the song well! Loved it. But if it is an example of their music, not surprising they didn’t stay around. One of that type song is enough. Lol.
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,263Member Member Posts: 2,263Member Member
    David Soul Don’t give up on us Baby?
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    I remember the song well! Loved it. But if it is an example of their music, not surprising they didn’t stay around. One of that type song is enough. Lol.

    It was their only hit.
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    David Soul Don’t give up on us Baby?

    Correct. Your turn.
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,263Member Member Posts: 2,263Member Member
    First recorded on the b side in 1949. Has been covered many, many times. Mostly country, several pop, and even one football star. Was in the billboard top 100 several times, making the pop top 10 in 1966. The original recording made the top 100 country in both 1949 and again in 1966.
    Some question about who wrote it.
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,263Member Member Posts: 2,263Member Member
    deckerp wrote: »
    David Soul Don’t give up on us Baby?

    Correct. Your turn.

    And yet he has been married 5 times and had a couple of long term relationships. Sounds like he’s an expert on giving up.
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    First recorded on the b side in 1949. Has been covered many, many times. Mostly country, several pop, and even one football star. Was in the billboard top 100 several times, making the pop top 10 in 1966. The original recording made the top 100 country in both 1949 and again in 1966.
    Some question about who wrote it.

    I did a quick search and may have found the answer. Not sure who the football player might have been.

    Is it Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer?
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,263Member Member Posts: 2,263Member Member
    The singer died when his son, who shared his name, was just a toddler. The son became famous too. First for impersonating his father and singing his fathers songs, later for singing his own songs and being himself. Jr. won a Grammy with his own song in 88, another for a collaboration with his dad (who had been dead over 30 years) in 89.
    The football quarterback was Terry Bradshaw. (And I’m not surprised you didn’t think of him. Probably never heard his recordings, and that might be a good thing!)
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    Good clues. I had a good theory about the artist and then Terry Bradshaw confirmed it.

    I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry -- Hank Williams
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,263Member Member Posts: 2,263Member Member
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    Pulmonary sister act / 0 = [band/song]
  • RunTimerRunTimer Posts: 9,127Member Member Posts: 9,127Member Member
    deckerp wrote: »
    Pulmonary sister act / 0 = [band/song]
    ♥ / 🚫
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    Close. Correct group, but I had another song in mind. Three words.
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    @Runtimer I was thinking of "Nothing At All".



    You can give us a new one.
  • RunTimerRunTimer Posts: 9,127Member Member Posts: 9,127Member Member
    Here's any easy one.

    Guess the name of this duet from just the song title clue:

    Excessive amount, insufficient height, past Due
  • Mustang_SusieMustang_Susie Posts: 6,844Member Member Posts: 6,844Member Member
    Too Much, Too Little, Too Late
    Don’t know the duet without my good friend Google...
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,263Member Member Posts: 2,263Member Member
    Johnny Mathis and some girl
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,656Member Member Posts: 3,656Member Member
    Deniece Williams. I had to lookup the spelling, but knew it was her.
  • RunTimerRunTimer Posts: 9,127Member Member Posts: 9,127Member Member
    it takes a village...
    @Mustang_Susie , @corinasue1143 , @deckerp

    Someone take the next one
  • Mustang_SusieMustang_Susie Posts: 6,844Member Member Posts: 6,844Member Member
    RunTimer wrote: »
    it takes a village...
    @Mustang_Susie , @corinasue1143 , @deckerp

    Someone take the next one

    I did not know the duet so I will defer to the other villagers

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