From: Tom Pillion <>
Subject: CORRECTION(S) to Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz 362 (GOLQ362)
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Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 17:09:07 -0500 (EST)

Correction to GOLDEN OLDIES LYRICS QUIZ #362 (GOLQ362)

The Tie-Breakers in the original version of this quiz were out of order.
The order has now been reversed.

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Welcome to GOLQ 362!  All 27 songs in the quiz share a common
characteristic/theme.   The characteristic, once identified, should make
solving some of the stumpers much easier.    Due to the nature of the theme,
the spread across the years is not evenly distributed, as in most quizzes.
Likewise, in order to find enough eligible songs to meet the theme criteria, I
had to include several songs that have been used many times previously.  Still,
I was able to adhere to the re-use guidelines, and was able to avoid
duplicating exact lyrics from previous quizzes.  Have fun, and let me know if
you can identify the common thread among the songs!

Tom Pillion <>


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                       Golden Oldies Lyrics Quiz #362
               Recordings #01-25 were from 1955 through 1965
             Due 5:00 p.m. EST (GMT-4), Friday, March 31, 2017

You come and ask me, Girl
To set you free, Girl
You say he loves you more than me
Well, I will set you free

Well, you call me your baby
When you're holding my hand
Mmm, how you can hurt me

Don't let the heat overcome you
When they play so loud
Oh, don't the music intrigue you
When they get a crowd

And there was music
And there were wonderful roses
They tell me 
In sweet fragrant meadows of dawn and dew

She's there to love me
Both day and night
Never grumbles or fusses
Always treats me right

But I'm like that Northwest Mountie
You know I'll bring her in someday

And they ain't the kind
That you can see

You whisper soft and true
Darling I love you
Oh, oh, oh

There ain't nothin' to ya
But I love you still

We meet the gang and go to Rockin' Joe's
The cats are stompin' on their heels and toes
I grab my baby, try to give her a squeeze

S'ppose that you think you're very smart
But won't you tell me

Get out in that kitchen and rattle those pots and pans

Shake it, shake it, shake it, baby
(Shake it up, baby)
Work it on out, now
(Come on and work it on out)

Now if I call him on the telephone
And tell him that I'm all alone
By the time I count from one to four
I hear him
On my door

I'm gonna shake it up
Gonna ball it up
I'm gonna rock it up
And ball tonight

Baby, I love you and all I want you to do
Is just hold me, hold me, hold me

At night, at night when you're asleep
Into your tent I'll creep
The stars that shine above
Will light our way to love

Now go, cat, go

We marry tomorrow
And she goes sailing no more

Yes, I love my little kitten
Like all you hound dogs love your bone

Marie is only six years old

Woah, many many nights roll by
I sit alone at home and cry
Over you
What can I do

For goodness sake
I got the

I'll be good to him
I'll bring love to him

Come on give me fever
Put your little hand in mine


(Hoping) you'll come back
Maybe someday soon things will change and you'll be mine

Son, that gal you're foolin' with
She ain't no good for you


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