Date: 25 Nov 2012 02:24:12 -0000
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From: Regina Litman <>
Subject: RESULTS and ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 309 (GOLQ309)

RESULTS & ANSWER KEY for Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #309 (GOLQ309)

Congratulations (and don't you just hate it when people leave off the
"ulation" part of this word?) to Really Rockin' In Boston, The EJ'S & Co.,
Delphi Trivia Club, and the Village Idiots, who took first place in this
quiz with perfect scores of 500++. No entries got 500 points without also
getting both tie-breakers.

There were a few mini-themes in this quiz:

1. Two people who died in September 2012 - Andy Williams and singer-songwriter
   Joe South. Really Rockin' In Boston, Team Teitelbaum, and Vito & the
   Salutations noted the Joe South connection.

2. Memories of my fifth grade year, which was 50 years ago, 1962-1963. This
   was not the year when I really began to pay attention to the hit songs
   of the day (that would have to wait until the arrival of the Beatles the
   following school year), but I have a few musical memories. The first song
   chosen for this quiz was "Puff the Magic Dragon" (which also turned out
   to be the only song identified correctly by all entries). Although it
   didn't chart until early 1963, we sang it in our classroom. I don't think
   our teacher, Mr. Curtis Combs (notice there was an artist named Curtis and
   a song with Comb in the title in this quiz), knew of any hidden meanings
   in this song!

3. This meant nothing to the rest of you, but in need of a quick way to get
   more song ideas and to have some fun, since I once had a neighbor with a
   very nice cat named Puff, for other songs, I looked for the names of cats
   I've known over the years. I started with seven cats that one of my sisters
   has had over the past 30 or so years--Sebastian, Cosmo, Cleo, Ira, Spooky,
   Tadpole, and Freedom--and then went on to others. I catsat for eight cats
   in the late 1980s/early 1990s and used the names of three of these cats--
   Smokey, Simon, and Shadow. Pierre and Ali (pronounced like Alley) were
   permanent resident cats in a pet store that was located next to Hatboro
   Music in Hatboro, PA, where I bought a lot of oldies reissue and compil-
   ation CDs in the early 1990s. Mickey, Samson, Boots, and Kelly were also
   cats living with various neighbors over the years. I also used some lyrics
   snippets that contain "kitty" or "cat." Some of these references are not
   obvious and will be explained with the songs.

4. I chose song #02 and this particular lyrics snippet because it mentions
   a group member of the artist of song #15, whose lyrics snippet mentions
   a group member of the artist of song #14. Maybe Bill and Hank of the song
   #14 lyrics can become Billy Joe Royal and Clarence "Frogman" Henry,

In case you were wondering, I escaped the brunt of Hurricane/Tropical Storm/
Superstorm Sandy, but I have been working long hours in my job at an organ-
ization that provides an important service to victims of such events. Thus,
this GOLQ results email is even later than mine usually arrive. I hope that
all of you in the storm's path are doing well or getting closer to doing well.
Mike Weaver noted that even in Northeastern Ohio, they "got a downsized
version but still a lot of damage and flooding." Two teams noted that they
were sending their entries early due to the impending storm. Three teams that
usually participate and have key members that I believe live in the mid-
Atlantic or Northeastern U.S. did not send an entry this time, and I wonder
if this was storm-related.

GOLQ309's mean score was 393.07, and the median was 477.5.

My thanks to everyone who participated.

Tom and Rick (the NAVAIRHEADS) have posted GOLQ310.

-- Regina Litman <>

Replace all occurrences of "&" in all e-mail addresses with "@".
Tie Breaker Scoring Key
    +  after numeric score below indicates a tie-breaker answered correctly.
    -  indicates partial credit.
    x  indicates a totally incorrect guess.
    .  indicates no guess.

                                                                   # on
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               Team Age(s)
T01 500++ RR Really Rockin' In Boston             <rardini&>   7 50s,60s
T01 500++ EJ The EJ'S & Co.: Ellis, Kyra, Denise, Mitch, Kevin,       7   26+
                                   Vinnie, Carl <brombere&>
T01 500++ DT Delphi Trivia Club (RussII, lauren001, DVALPirate,       6   40+
                 Jags5427, und83, HQR0) <rcwkid99&>
T01 500++ VI The Village Idiots                 <Roxie1971&>   5
                              (Roxanne, Doug, Michael, Andrew, Andy)
 05 490++ EM DEC & Friends                    <cochran57&>   5 Various
 06 480++ MW Mike Weaver                   <oldtunes&>   1
 07 480.+ WM Will McCorry                <wmccorry&>   1   55
 08 475++ LB Vito & the Salutations       <baileyl&>        boomers
 09 400.+ CO The Coasters (Rick & Kathy Schubert, Magic Marc,         4  59-63
                                      Bigfoot Mae) <rns&>
 10 340.+ TT Team Teitelbaum (Howard, Bonnie, Patty, Pat)             4  50-62
 11 300.+ BP BP Oz          (Brian, Pam) <briancad&>   2 Boomers
 12 273.+ TO Tom O'Connor                     <tom23oc&>   1   53
 13 205.. JR Jessica Raine          <jraine&>   1   38
 14  60.. BS Bryan Shailer               <exiled_wombat&>   1   49
Pos Score ID Name and E-mail address                               # on Age(s)

The following table gives the individual scoring breakdown.  A '-' is used to
indicate that no guess was made for a question, whereas a zero indicates that
a completely incorrect response was submitted.

   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
RR 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
EJ 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
DT 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
VI 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
EM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 10 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
MW 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  0 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
WM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
LB 20 20 15 20 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20
CO 20  - 20  - 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20  - 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  -
TT 20  - 20  - 20 20 20 20 20  - 20 20 20  - 20 20 20  - 20 20  - 20 20  -  -
BP 20  - 20 20  - 20 20 20 20  - 20 10  -  -  -  - 20  -  - 20 20 10 20 20 20
TO 20  - 20 13 20  - 20 20 10  - 10 20  -  - 20 20 20  -  - 20 20  - 20  -  -
JR 10  - 20  - 20  -  - 20  -  - 10 20 15  - 20 20 20  -  - 10  -  - 20  -  -
BS  -  -  -  -  -  - 20  -  -  -  -  -  -  - 20  - 20  -  -  -  -  -  -  -  -
   01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25


Answers are in the form:
#number) Artist: Title (year[s]) [peak position on Pop chart] {peak R&B}

[-]   = did not make pop chart
{-}   = did not make R&B chart
{F}   = made R&B chart as a flip side
{n/c} = no Billboard R&B chart published during this recording's period
        of peak popularity

Ooh-wah Ooh-wah
Come on, Kitty
#01) Ad Libs: The Boy From New York City (1965) [8] {6}

Sunday after Mass
Picnic in the grass
Diggin' Mama Cass
#02) Archies, The: Feelin' So Good (S.k.o.o.b.y.D.o.o.) (1968/69) [58] {-}

They bought a souped-up jitney
Was a cherry red '53
And drove it down to Orleans to celebrate their anniversary
It was there where Pierre was wedded to the lovely mademoiselle
#03) Berry, Chuck: You Never Can Tell (1964) [14] {n/c}

  Tom O'Connor and Jessica Raine noted that this was used in the movie PULP
  FICTION, which contains a lot of other oldies and remakes of oldies
  (including a remake of song #08 in GOLQ290).

  This song is in the category of those released by different artists with
  different titles. I have a Bob Seger CD that contains a remake of this song
  with the title "C'est La Vie."

If you ever cut out
Then I'd be a stray cat
'Cause when I'm flying solo
Nowhere's where I'm at
#04) Byrnes, Edward, and Connie Stevens: Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)
                                                              (1959) [4] {30}

Just like a ghost
You've been a-haunting my dreams
So I'll propose on Halloween
#05) Classics IV: Spooky (1967/68) [3] {-}

  In recent years, I have heard an instrumental of this song done by Mike
  Sharpe, which I was told had made the Billboard Hot 100. I figured that
  it was a cover or remake inspired by the Classics IV version. But I have
  recently learned that the instrumental came first. The lyrics were written
  later. The Sharpe version entered the chart on January 28, 1967, and peaked
  at #57. The Classics IV version entered the chart on December 23, 1967.

She got lovin' like quicksand
Only took one touch of her hand
Blow my mind and I'm in so deep
That I can't eat, you-all, and I can't sleep
#06) Deep Purple: Hush (1968) [4] {-}

  Written by Joe South. A version by Billy Joe Royal peaked at #52 about a
  year earlier. I heard that one a few times on the radio. Deep Purple is on
  the ballot for the 2013 inductions for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

They would like to thank you folks for kindly droppin' in
You're all invited back again to this locality
To have a heapin' helpin' of their hospitality
#07) Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, and the Foggy Mountain Boys: The Ballad of
                                                 Jed Clampett (1962) [44] {-}

  This is best-known as the theme song of THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES, which
  debuted 50 years ago, in September 1962. It is the first of two songs which
  pay tribute to two TV shows that debuted at the beginning of my 5th grade
  year that I was obsessed with watching that year. Although both shows lasted
  several more years, within a short time, I no longer watched them regularly.
  I stopped watching THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES after two years, when SHINDIG!
  debuted on a rival network in the same Wednesday night time slot.
  (Fortunately, we were almost at the point immortalized in the 1967 hit song
  "Pleasant Valley Sunday," with TV's in multiple rooms, since others in the
  family still wanted to watch Jed, Granny, Ellie Mae and Jethro.) At least
  one entry mentioned this song's connection to the show.

Didn't I treat you right now baby?
Didn't I?
Didn't I do the best I could now?
Didn't I?
#08) Four Tops, The: Standing in the Shadows of Love (1966/67) [6] {2}

  This was one of two songs from my 9th grade year of 1966-1967 that contain
  the phrase "Standing in the Shadow/Shadows" in their title. I had always
  wanted to do a GOLQ containing both songs, and I finally got to do it this

Oh freedom (freedom) have some freedom (freedom) Oh-oh freedom ye-ah freedom
Right now freedom (freedom) oh-oh freedom (freedom) need me some freedom oh-oh
#09) Franklin, Aretha: Think (1968) [7] {1}

  My favorite memory of this song is of Aretha singing this song going through
  a shopping mall in THE BLUES BROTHERS MOVIE. The B side of this one, a remake
  of Sam Cooke's "You Send Me," also charted, peaking at #56 on the Hot 100
  and #28 on the R&B chart.

A whipporwill awakens
And she tells the golden morn
That while the world was sleeping
Some new whipporwills were born
#10) Gibson, Ginny: Miracle of Love (1956) [68] {-}

  The other TV show that debuted in September 1962 that I watched obsessively
  was an after school show aimed at kids in my age group called DISCOVERY 62.
  After the first of the next year, the title became DISCOVERY 63. The
  following TV season, the show moved to Sunday mornings, and I lost track
  of it. When I researched it recently, I learned that it continued into the
  1970s, changing the year portion of its title annually. The hosts of the
  show were Frank Buxton and Virginia "Ginny" Gibson, along with a bloodhound
  mascot named Corpuscle. In 5th grade, the bloodhound was definitely my
  favorite breed of dog, because THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES also had one named

  Even when I watched DISCOVERY 62/63, I knew that Ginny Gibson was a singer.
  Sometimes, she sang on the show. I also read somewhere that she had been a
  semi-regular on the popular 1950s show, YOUR HIT PARADE, which I had some-
  times watched with my parents, although I didn't remember her specifically
  from that show. She also sang a public service announcement for the use of
  seatbelts in cars, which was a new concept in 1962. Remember, "Buckle up
  for safety, buckle up!"? That was Ginny Gibson. I didn't know that she had
  had one GOLQ era Billboard charting song until I paged through the G's in
  my Whitburn book one day in the past few years. I am more familiar with and
  actually prefer a version of this song by Eileen Rodgers, which charted
  around the same time and reached #18. But I didn't even know any version
  of this song until I heard the Rodgers version a few years ago. I knew this
  would be a tough one, but I hoped that some people would be familiar enough
  with the Eileen Rodgers version to at least recognize the song and then
  search for an alphabetically appropriate artist.

  If I tuned into DISCOVERY 62/63 a little bit early on our local ABC station,
  channel 7, whose call letters were then WMAL, I caught part of AMERICAN
  BANDSTAND, then in its last season as a 5-day-a-week show originating from

Old man trouble (old man trouble)
I don't mind him (I don't mind him)
You won't find him
'Round my door
#11) Happenings, The: I Got Rhythm (1967) [3] {-}

  Lyrics by Ira Gershwin, music by his brother George. Choosing an Ira Gershwin
  song to represent Ira the cat made sense because the shelter from which Ira
  was adopted as a kitten had named him for Gershwin. They had another kitten
  that came in at the same time who was named George for George Gershwin.

  Jessica Raine: This is a Gershwin standard (and a highlight of the Broadway
  musical CRAZY FOR YOU written around Gershwin's songs).

I ain't got a mother
I ain't got a father
I ain't got a sister
Not even a brother
I'm a lonely frog
#12) Henry, Clarence "Frogman": Ain't Got No Home (1956/57) [20] {3}

  I couldn't think of a tadpole song, so I went with a frog one. One of the
  Coasters emailed me separately from their entry to tell me that the lyrics
  of this song and another one were "dead giveaways". To be honest, if I had
  been working alone, I don't think I would have known this song enough to
  identify it.

I know you were sent from heaven abo-ove
To fill my life with your
Wonderful lo-ove
#13) Lee, Curtis: Pretty Little Angel Eyes (1961) [7] {-}

  This record was produced by Phil Spector.

Bill said to give it to Hank
'Cause Hank owns the bank
And he can make it grow
Now ain't those amazin' folks
That Bill is lucky to know
#14) Lovin' Spoonful, The: Money (1968) [48] {-}

  Lead singer John Sebastian. I think that Zal Yanovsky, who is also mentioned
  in the next song, had already left the group by the time they did this song.

  I know a few songs called "Money", and this is probably the best of them.
  The Barrett Strong song that was also done by the Beatles is one of my least
  favorite pre-REVOLVER songs by the Fab Four. The Strong version is a little
  bit better. I have heard a late 1970s/early 1980s version of the Strong/
  Beatles "Money" done by a group called the Flying Lizards that I think is
  awful. I also do not care for yet another song called "Money" that was a
  huge hit by Pink Floyd in 1973.

Sebastian and Zal formed the Spoonful
#15) Mamas and Papas: Creeque Alley (1967) [5] {-}

When the people see him dancin'
They begin to see
Lum-dee lum-dee li-i
To see this cat
#16) Miracles, The: Mickey's Monkey (1963) [8] {3}

  Lead singer Smokey Robinson, a namesake of one of my cat-sitting charges.
  I wanted to choose a song in which he got artist credit, but the Ro's were
  a little crowded in this GOLQ, plus it allowed me to refer to my ex-neighbor
  cat Mickey.

Lived by the sea
And frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called Honah Lee
#17) Peter, Paul, and Mary: Puff the Magic Dragon (1963) [2] {10}

  Jessica Raine: Peter, Paul and Mary, totally not singing about weed,
  absolutely not, for sure.

Now I stand at my window
Wring my hands and moan
All I know that the one I love is gone
#18) Presley, Elvis: My Baby Left Me (1956) [31] {F}

  No, I've never met a cat named Elvis or Presley, although I'm sure there
  are some out there. I chose this song because it was remade by Creedence
  Clearwater Revival on their 1970 album COSMO'S FACTORY. This song was
  written and originally recorded by Arthur Crudup in the late 1940s.

  This is one of at least four songs in this GOLQ that were part of two-sided
  hits. This was the B-side of the #1 Hot 100/#3 R&B chart hit, "I Want You,
  I Need You, I Love You."

Tell me a story about how you adore me
Live in the shadow, see through the shadow
Live through the shadow, tear at the shadow
Hate in the shadow, and love in your shadowy life
#19) Rolling Stones, The: Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The
                                                       Shadow? (1966) [9] {-}

  This is the other song that the Coasters member told me was a "dead
  giveaway" based on the lyrics I chose. This one did slightly worse than
  "Ain't Got No Home."

One fine day I'll find a way
To move from this old shack
I'll hold my head up like a king
And I never never will look back
#20) Royal, Billy Joe: Down in the Boondocks (1965) [9] {-}

  Written by Joe South. I mentioned this before, but Joe South contributed at
  least three words to my vocabulary--"boondocks," "introspect," and "gofer."
  Plus, he used "damn" and came close to using "hell" in his biggest hit,
  "Games People Play," when these words or the hint of them often caused songs
  to not get played on the air.

  Billy Joe Royal had a few hits with songs written by Joe South. In addition
  to "Down in the Boondocks" and "Hush," he also did "I Knew You When."

On your mark you'd better start
I'd sooner trust a hungry lion
Than a gal with a cheatin' heart
#21) Sedaka, Neil: Run Samson Run (1960) [28] {-}

  This is another one of at least four songs in this GOLQ that were part
  of two-sided hits. This was the B-side of the #17 hit, "You Mean Everything
  To Me."

I own the tailor's face and hands
I am the tailor's face and hands
#22) Simon and Garfunkel: Fakin' It (1967) [23] {-}

  This is from my personal collection of misheard lyrics. For years, based
  on lots of times hearing this on low fidelity AM radio, I thought both lines
  were, "I have a jealous face and hands."

You keep sayin' you've got somethin' for me
Somethin' you call love but confess
You been a-messin' where you shouldn't a-been a-messin'
And now someone else is gettin' all your best
#23) Sinatra, Nancy: These Boots Are Made For Walkin' (1966) [1] {-}

I said look at the people
Find a place in line
Doin' the barracuda, the jerk, and the twine
Kick off your shoes baby and get in the groove
'Cause when you hear the music your feet has got to move
#24) Walker, Junior, and the All Stars: Shake and Fingerpop (1965) [29] {7}

  Both sides of this single charted. The other side was an instrumental called
  "Cleo's Back," which also peaked at #7 on the R&B chart and peaked at #43
  on the Hot 100. It was followed up by another instrumental, "Cleo's Mood."
  It seemed that "Cleo's Back" should have been the second song about Cleo,
  not the first, and actually, it was. "Cleo's Mood" was originally released
  in 1962.

But there were friends galore (how-dee-doo how-dee-doo)
And there was beer to pour (chug-a-lug chug-a-lug)
And moonlight on the shore (and the moon shines above)
#25) Williams, Andy: The Bilbao Song (1961) [37] {-}

  Roger Miller introduced the phrase "chug-a-lug" into my vocabulary, although
  I didn't quite know exactly what it meant for a few years. I heard this song
  a few times in the fall of 1964 on the easy listening station my parents
  listed to on our kitchen radio. This would have been around the same time
  as the Roger Miller hit "Chug-A-Lug," and I recognized this phrase from the
  Miller song. But I never knew who was doing this song. I thought the line
  about "that old Bilbao moon" that is elsewhere in the song was "that old Bill
  Bowers moon." Apparently others thought so, too, because when I finally
  decided to do a web search for it earlier this year, I got a misheard lyric
  reference to this song! But it turned out to be from 1961, not 1964. I tried
  other searches to see if there was a remake by someone else in 1964, but I
  have been unsuccessful in finding one. I thought I may have remembered the
  name Ray Charles for the artist, but neither the legendary singer nor the
  lesser-known Ray Charles Singers appear to have recorded it, either in 1964
  or any other time.

  When I found out that Andy Williams was the artist for "The Bilbao Song,"
  I knew that he was dying of cancer and decided to use it in the next GOLQ
  I did after his death. So here it is.

  If any of you know of any other artist who did this song in 1964, please let
  me know. But most likely, someone at that radio station just happened to like
  this song enough to play it as an oldie a lot.


We are so in love
But he loves you too
How can I tell my best friend
That I'm in love with you
#T1) Shannon, Del: Kelly (1963) [-] {-}

  Really Rockin' In Boston: I only know "Kelly" from the live version on Del's
  big compilation CD. It's in regular rotation on my iPod.

If sweet talkin' you would make it come true
Then I'd give you the world right now on a silver platter
But what would it matter
So smile for a while and let's be jolly
#T2) South, Joe : Rose Garden (1968) [-] {-}

  This was released by Joe South on his 1968 album INTROSPECT, which also
  contained his biggest hit, "Games People Play." This song has been recorded
  by a lot of artists, most notably Lynn Anderson, whose version peaked at #3
  in early 1971. Sometimes, the title is shown as "I Never Promised You A Rose
  Garden" or "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden," so I accepted any of these
  forms. Two entries listed Lynn Anderson as the artist. Since neither
  identified "Kelly," I gave full credit, since it fit alphabetically in their
  eyes. The other entries all named Joe South as the artist, but some of them
  also noted that the Three Degrees, Dobie Gray, and the Brotherhood also
  recorded this song. To this list, I will also list the alphabetically and
  time period-fitting Third Avenue Blues Band, whose 1968 recording was the
  first one I ever heard of this song. I only heard it a handful of times back
  then, and it's not on YouTube for me to hear it again. I was especially
  interested to learn about the one by the Brotherhood because I knew of this
  group, partially made up of former members of Paul Revere and the Raiders,
  but had never heard any songs by them. I did find theirs on YouTube.

    Dobie Gray:
    Three Degrees:
    Joe South:

  Really Rockin' In Boston: In the comic strip Nancy, Aunt Fritzi is now in
  the music industry, 60s lyrics frequently appear in the strip, recently
  departed 60s-era figures are eulogized. Joe got a big tribute September 19,
  a few GOLQ-tiebreaker worthy songs were quoted.


This chart ranks the songs/artists from most to least recognized. The second
number on the line denotes the average number of points scored on that song
(total points divided by number of entrants, to 2 decimal places). For com-
parison purposes, tie-breakers are scored here on the usual 20-point scale.

Although I expected "Miracle of Love" and "Kelly" to rank at or near the
bottom, both songs did better than I thought they'd do. I thought that "Think"
would do better than it did, but its ranking was brought down by three entries
that were partially or totally incorrect. "Run Samson Run" ranked higher than
I expected compared to some of the other songs, since I don't think it is one
of Neil Sedaka's best-known songs. I never heard it until I got a compilation
CD of his songs many years after it was a hit. I thought "Kookie, Kookie (Lend
Me Your Comb)" would rank higher, but maybe some of the entrants were too
embarrassed to admit that they know this song!

Rank Avg. Song
 01 20.00 #17) Peter, Paul, and Mary: Puff the Magic Dragon
T02 18.57 #07) Flatt, Lester, Earl Scruggs, ... : The Ballad of Jed Clampett
T02 18.57 #08) Four Tops, The: Standing in the Shadows of Love
T02 18.57 #15) Mamas and Papas: Creeque Alley
T02 18.57 #23) Sinatra, Nancy: These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
 06 18.21 #03) Berry, Chuck: You Never Can Tell
T07 17.86 #01) Ad Libs: The Boy From New York City
T07 17.86 #12) Henry, Clarence "Frogman": Ain't Got No Home
T07 17.86 #20) Royal, Billy Joe: Down in the Boondocks
T10 17.14 #05) Classics IV: Spooky
T10 17.14 #11) Happenings, The: I Got Rhythm
T10 17.14 #16) Miracles, The: Mickey's Monkey
T10 17.14 #T2) South, Joe : Rose Garden
T14 15.71 #06) Deep Purple: Hush
T14 15.71 #21) Sedaka, Neil: Run Samson Run
 16 15.00 #22) Simon and Garfunkel: Fakin' It
T17 14.29 #09) Franklin, Aretha: Think
T17 14.29 #19) Rolling Stones, The: Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing
T17 14.29 #24) Walker, Junior, and the All Stars: Shake and Fingerpop
 20 13.93 #13) Lee, Curtis: Pretty Little Angel Eyes
 21 13.79 #04) Byrnes, Edward, and Connie Stevens: Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me You
T22 12.86 #18) Presley, Elvis: My Baby Left Me
T22 12.86 #25) Williams, Andy: The Bilbao Song
T24 11.43 #02) Archies, The: Feelin' So Good (S.k.o.o.b.y.D.o.o.)
T24 11.43 #14) Lovin' Spoonful, The: Money
T26 10.00 #10) Gibson, Ginny: Miracle of Love
T26 10.00 #T1) Shannon, Del: Kelly

Regina Litman <>