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The Last Song You Listened To

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  1. bigfun

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    Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer!!!

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    "Alone Again" by: Gilbert O'Sullivan.
     
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    " Another day in paradise " by Phil Collins

    It just starts going on in my head every time my working day ends...a bit of irony there...

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    "Mon Legionnaire" beautifully sang by: Ute Lemper.
     
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    Diana Krall "Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep", originally performed by Rosemary Clooney in White Christmas, but I can't remember it's original title - I don't think it was this!
     
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    "O Come, O Come Emmanuel" by Nicole C. Mullen as my family observed the first night of Advent in our home. Yes, yes I know, we're Baptists and Baptist don't participate in "High Church" observances. Well, some of us do.
     
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    Before leaving for the library, I heard the piece of thematic music for The Winds of War/War and Remembrance - which is called: The Love Theme. This is the beginning and ending title pieces for each episode of both stories and is the main theme for Byron Henry & Natalie Jastrow.

    A most excellent piece of music.
     
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    A couple of times a week I start the day with some music from the "Gladiator" and I usually play "The Battle".

    Gladiator (2000 soundtrack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

    Ten years ago before the Gladiator movie I listened to the Terminator II theme....


    Just wonder what the patients would say if they also knew I played Steel panthers when i got back home...

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    I used to work with surgeon that wanted the Star Wars theme playing as he entered the room. He was a bit of a prima donna.

    I worked with another who played heavy metal music and wanted it loud. Drove the rest of the staff crazy because everyone hated the "music." Finally got to the point we had to go to admin to get him to turn it down.
     
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    Heard on the way over today, "Hey Linus, Hey Lucy" (aka) the Peanuts Theme, by: Henry Mancini.
     
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    Finnegan's Wake, both by the Dubliners and by the Dropkick Murphys
     
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    Eton Rifles by The Jam.
     
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    Probably last train home by lost prophets.
     
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    Christmas Dream by: Perry Como, was on the radio whilst driving over here.
     
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    Last song I listened to was: "Ich habe mein herz in Heidelberg." I don't know who the singer was.
     
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    "Cindy Cindy" by: Ricky Nelson w/ help from Dean Martin and Walter Brennan. :-D
     
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    "Jet Airliner" by: Jefferson Airplane?
     
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    "Yellow Stripes" by: Stan Jones. This one was in Rio Grande and also in: Escape From Fort Bravo-both excellent Westerns by the way. One is a Duke Western the other is a William Holden Western.

    Forgot to mention that on the way over here, I heard: "My Gal is Purple" as sung by the: Sons of the Pioneers and was written by Dale Evans - Roy Roger's Wife and no relaltion here.
     

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