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Greatest songs

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This Is Considered by Many to Be the Greatest Song of All Time — Do You Remember It? #nostalgia #video #1950s #1960s #50s #60s #boomer #boomers #seniors #madlyodd #vintage #antique #music

The song from this movie is without a doubt burned in your memory as it is in the minds of millions of movie goers in 1990. Just one glimpse of the featured image and I know you remember it, and you probably hear the song just as I do. This intimate moment of connection shared

Elvis Presley Proves He’s The King When He Sings "My Way"

The footage of Elvis seen here singing 'My Way' from 'Aloha From Hawaii,' Live in Honolulu from 1973, shows the king in his finest hour. Elvis Presley, in his prime singing this beloved track with a twist, is a true treat. His extraordinary talent shines bright on-stage, proving just how timeless Elvis' music really is.

Cyndi Lauper - Time After Time

Watch the official music video for "Time After Time" by Cyndi LauperListen to Cyndi Lauper: https://CyndiLauper.lnk.to/_listenYDSubscribe to the official Cyn...

From 1965 here's one of today's birthday celebrants, Mel Carter singing 'Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me.'

Lyrics***♥Hold me, hold meNever let me goUntil you've told me, told meWhat I want to knowAnd then just hold me, hold meMake me tell you I'm in love with you(...

FILE - This Feb. 20, 1978 file photo shows Kenny Rogers at his home in Brentwood, Calif.   Rogers, who embodied “The Gambler” persona and whose musical career spanned jazz, folk, country and pop, has died at 81. A representative says Rogers died at home in Georgia on Friday, March 20, 2020.  (AP Photo/Wally Fong, File)
This 1977 hit from Kenny Rogers has remained one of his most popular songs over the years. It became Rogers' first hit as a country singer just a year after he left his rock band

FILE - This Feb. 20, 1978 file photo shows Kenny Rogers at his home in Brentwood, Calif. Rogers, who embodied “The Gambler” persona and whose musical career spanned jazz, folk, country and pop, has died at 81. A representative says Rogers died at home in Georgia on Friday, March 20, 2020. (AP Photo/Wally Fong, File) This 1977 hit from Kenny Rogers has remained one of his most popular songs over the years. It became Rogers' first hit as a country singer just a year after he left his rock…