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On 2011-08-10 10:11, LobowolfXXX wrote:
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On 2011-08-10 08:26, landmark wrote:
Beatles, I'd have to go with Yesterday. I like the other mentioned choices, but I'd also have to say "Anna."
BTW I just came across the Meet the Beatles again recently and was listening to Paulie on "Till There was You." A no-prize to the first person who can say who wrote that song and for what venue.


I just heard it in The Music Man a couple of months ago...


And Meredith Wilson wrote it. I was an understudy for the lead in High School.
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Giving this a bit more thought, will offer my opinion soon... Good selections already posted.
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Would Nantucket Sleighride by mountain count? I posted this link about a month back because it basically invaded my every thought for part of my 12th year of life. It was likely displaced by Lord of the Rings.

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On 2011-08-10 10:11, LobowolfXXX wrote:
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On 2011-08-10 08:26, landmark wrote:
Beatles, I'd have to go with Yesterday. I like the other mentioned choices, but I'd also have to say "Anna."
BTW I just came across the Meet the Beatles again recently and was listening to Paulie on "Till There was You." A no-prize to the first person who can say who wrote that song and for what venue.


I just heard it in The Music Man a couple of months ago...

Yes, good one. I wonder how the heck it got to Paul.
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On 2011-08-10 10:11, LobowolfXXX wrote:
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On 2011-08-10 08:26, landmark wrote:
Beatles, I'd have to go with Yesterday. I like the other mentioned choices, but I'd also have to say "Anna."
BTW I just came across the Meet the Beatles again recently and was listening to Paulie on "Till There was You." A no-prize to the first person who can say who wrote that song and for what venue.


I just heard it in The Music Man a couple of months ago...

Yes, good one. I wonder how the heck it got to Paul.

Apparently Peggy Lee's version was somewhat popular in the UK, and Paul's cousin would play it when she came to babysit him and his brother.

Or else, Wikipedia's a liar.
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