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    11 May '19 21:08
    Level 42, nice song.

    Also:
    Truth is always the best stepping stone, but poetry and licence helps in all situations.
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    11 May '19 21:35
    Wow 2 thumbs down from people who care about this stuff.
    Ok. Respect.
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    11 May '19 22:15
    @divegeester said
    Wow 2 thumbs down from people who care about this stuff.
    Ok. Respect.
    Watch the thumbs down this post gets! 😉

    -VR
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    11 May '19 22:19
    @divegeester said
    Level 42, nice song.

    Also:
    Truth is always the best stepping stone, but poetry and licence helps in all situations.
    During one of life's rough patches back in 1985-86; Level 42 were therapy.

    Thanks for reminding me.
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    11 May '19 22:39
    @wolfe63 said
    During one of life's rough patches back in 1985-86; Level 42 were therapy.

    Thanks for reminding me.
    Did it help you?

    -VR
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    @wolfe63 said
    During one of life's rough patches back in 1985-86; Level 42 were therapy.

    Thanks for reminding me.
    Sometimes old songs just pop into your head don’t they; I don’t know why ‘Lessons in Love’ did but I’m pleased my mentioning in here had a positive impact.
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    12 May '19 05:15
    @divegeester said
    Sometimes old songs just pop into your head don’t they; I don’t know why ‘Lessons in Love’ did but I’m pleased my mentioning in here had a positive impact.
    My 5-year-old's favourite DVD at the moment is "Mama Mia"
    it is playing constantly.

    You try and get those ABBA songs out of your head!
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    12 May '19 09:04
    @wolfgang59 said
    My 5-year-old's favourite DVD at the moment is "Mama Mia"
    it is playing constantly.

    You try and get those ABBA songs out of your head!
    ‘Happy Talk’ from ‘South Pacific became s proper head worm for me last week, I’ve got no idea why. But I whistled it at home and work for two days, it drove everybody mad but I just couldn’t stop.
    Try to prevent your daughter from getting her hands on ‘Mamma Mia (here we go again) if possible.
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    12 May '19 09:12
    @kevcvs57 said
    ‘Happy Talk’ from ‘South Pacific became s proper head worm for me last week, I’ve got no idea why. But I whistled it at home and work for two days, it drove everybody mad but I just couldn’t stop.
    Try to prevent your daughter from getting her hands on ‘Mamma Mia (here we go again) if possible.
    Abba became my favourites late in life, "you are never prophet in your own country...", sort of. They still are and Björn & Benny have made so much good music which you hardly associate with Abba - music for all occasions. I love them.
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    @torunn said
    Abba became my favourites late in life, "you are never prophet in your own country...", sort of. They still are and Björn & Benny have made so much good music which you hardly associate with Abba - music for all occasions. I love them.
    I love them too, but it’s s one of my guilty pleasures, so keep that to yourself 🤫
    I think they were big on the disco scene in most places but they were massive here in the UK.
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    12 May '19 09:41
    @kevcvs57 said
    ‘Happy Talk’ from ‘South Pacific became s proper head worm for me last week, I’ve got no idea why.
    When I was young "South Pacific" was one of the few albums my parents had,
    hence it is ingrained in my mind! Great songs and feel-good tunes! 😆
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    @wolfgang59 said
    When I was young "South Pacific" was one of the few albums my parents had,
    hence it is ingrained in my mind! Great songs and feel-good tunes! 😆
    I think we might have some childhood experiences in common.

    Whilst driving everybody else mad with my whistling it gave me a lift which is a big achievement at 7am on a Monday morning 🙂
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    12 May '19 10:25
    @kevcvs57 said
    I think we might have some childhood experiences in common.

    Whilst driving everybody else mad with my whistling it gave me a lift which is a big achievement at 7am on a Monday morning 🙂
    Show your Mother some love Today, and everyday!!!

    -VR
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    @very-rusty said
    Show your Mother some love Today, and everyday!!!

    -VR
    ‘Go Forth and Procreate’ today and everyday!!!
    P.s you should’ve given ‘everyday’ a high cap E
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    @kevcvs57 said
    ‘Go Forth and Procreate’ today and everyday!!!
    P.s you should’ve given ‘everyday’ a high cap E
    That might be something for the Quotes thread!!

    -VR
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