Name one song from the past that never gets old.



Thanks to Carol Anne Bolton for suggesting this

Matt Thomas… Dont you want me Baby ha ha ha

Jacqueline Robbins… Son of a Preacher Man – Dusty

Patricia Landamore… You Make Me Feel Brand New

Steve Thorpe… The Man With the Child in His Eyes. Ageless!

Dave Luck… Nights in White Satin – Moody Blues

Perri Anne Haste… Both sides now – Joni mitchell. I’m not in love – 10cc

Alan Esdaile… california dreaming – mamas & the papas.

Yvonne Cleland… Big Yellow Taxi – Joni Mitchell, War – Edwin Starr.

Steve Amos… Tomorrow Never Knows

Patrick Lewis… God Only Knows or Good Vibrations by the Beach Boys

Tony Bell… The young ones

Mike Curtis… Heard it through the Grapevine. Living in the Past. Make Me Smile. Badge.

Phil Thornton… never get old – sinead O’connor and ‘going to California’

Will Daniel… Stairway to heaven

Amanda Brooks… These Dreams – Heart

Paul Austin… My Boomerang Wont Come Back (Charlie Drake)

Paul Morfey… My old man’s a dustman, or Right said Fred, proper old song’s

Dave Luck… On days like these, from the film The Italian Job, sung by Matt Monro.

John Wilde… Dancing in the street Martha and the Vandellas and Bridge over troubled water Simon and Garfunkel.

Julie Findlay-Jones… I will survive. Gloria Gaynor

Mike Wright… Edwin Starr and his version of Breakin Down The Walls Of Heartache…..42 sec intro

Carol Anne Bolton… McCarthur’s Park – Richard Harris.

Kevin Burchett… hotel california the Eagles

Leigh Wieland-Boys… When you wish upon a star – by Jiminy Cricket in Pinocchio 🙂

Jane Hartley… Nilsson’s Without You, only by him!

Hilary Axworthy… Since you’ve been gone by Rainbow! You’ve got a friend. Carole King.

Colin Bell… Born to Run… The Boss

Jim Hobbs… “Days of Pearly Spencer” – David McWilliams

Matt Thomas… River Deep Mountain High – I Can Turn A Corner

Tony Davis… Jethro Tull – Living In The Past …….is it me or does it seem better there!

Barbara Watling-Richardson… Maggie May . . . Rod Stewart. Anything by the Beach Boys.

Graham Belchamber… See My Baby Jive by Wizzard

Iain Cobby… Ramble on

Eric Cawthraw… Jerusalem , as performed at the Proms, or, When Yuba Plays the Rumba on a Tuba Down in Cuba – Roger Ruskin-Spear [Bonzos].

Caz Simpson… Unchained Melody – The Righteous Brothers. Holding back the years, Simply Red

Eric Harmer… Forever young never gets old

Amanda Brooks… Broken Land – The Adventurers

Sylvia Sinden… stand by me ~ben e king

Linda Day… Rem every body hurts

Jenny Tyler… REM, Losing my Religion.

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