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JamminGirl
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beggin... beggin you-oooh-ooh put your lovin' hand out baabay!

What are you listening now?


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I was listening to this soundtrack today and when I looked at YouTube found they had the entire animation there. This is 'The Point' from the 1970s.  The version I have had Dustin Hoffman as the voice of the father so this one sounds a bit weird to me because he isn't the father's voice in this one. But the father in this one is Ringo Starr and that's pretty good too.

Anyway, I recommend watching the whole thing if you get a chance. It's a little slow to start and the animation seems a bit crude but it's well worth the watch.  It's got some great songs later and a cute imaginative storyline.   It definitely wasn't one of my favourites the first time I watched it but it's really grown on me and it's one of my favourites now.
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Madcon's video was done in 2008. A throwback to the seventies, using real instruments for music. dance dance! I'll check out your video...


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Cornetto, The Point was one of my favs too. "The whole point to the Pointless Forest is that there is no point" still sticks in my head. I haven't watched it since it originally aired on TV. I'll check it out on YouTube.

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I found this group accidentally while searching youtube and this song just caught on and I listen to it a lot.


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What if the Hokey Pokey, IS what it's all about?

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In this thing we're in called "Earth Time" we see things in the perception of unwholeness and incompleteness - the necessary "hard part" in growing.

The truth is, that everything already exists in its perfect form; we just don't see it yet. Kind of like when you head on a trip somewhere you've never been before. It still exists, only you've never seen it before.

Thanks for the video. And Michael... I'm downloading The Point. I do remember it, but it was sooooo LONG ago. Wow.

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I once had a Madonna song in my head for about five days.  And I really hate Madonna.  I actually got drunk at one point in hopes of drowning the song.

Didn't work.

What I finally did was play CCR's Fortunate Son five or six times straight.  That did the trick.


Phil

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I love Madonna.  Old Madonna though.  Before she got socially consious and preachy.

I once had the horn part from Otis Redding's "Huckle buck" in my head for two years.  There was a lot of weed involved though.
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the red people rock.



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I may sounds like an old hat but there the three songs I currently keep listening:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSG4Cml7HXs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAeuR54DDts

and finally, the most beautiful piece of classic ever written (IMO). If you don't know Erik Satie (1866-1925) yet, you don't know what you're missing.



Michel


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I have the same problem, except it's The Kings of Leon band, and this song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3Kza-NbmMQ&feature=channel_page



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Sandra Elstree.
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You guys are a bad influence. This thread is completely filled with reasons not to be working.   Not only am I now stuck with a bunch of songs in my head, I'm trapped in a thread. Ahhhhhhhh!  

Sandra



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You want a song that sticks in your head:


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You want a song that sticks in your head:




Oh man-oh- man! You need to put in a disclaimer!  




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