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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb -- Edd Byrnes and Connie Stevens B Baby, you're the ginchiest!
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    What song is currently stuck in your head?

    I curse you. I'll grant you that the harmonies are good. And the rhyme structure. And the melody, even. I'll also allow as how butter on a Pop Tart sounds like a tasty serving suggestion. OK, I'll admit that it's better written, better performed, and based on a more appealing notion than most...
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Great Big Bunches Of Love -- Charlie Daniels (before the Charlie Daniels Band, although keyboard player / singer Joel 'Taz' [aka 'Grease'] DiGregorio was already with him) E (or V)
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Last Of The Red Hot Fools -- The Jitters S Official video: Cool video with the backstory of the song:
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Electricity, Electricity! -- Schoolhouse Rock :) Y
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Loretta -- Townes Van Zandt A Well Loretta, she's a barroom girl Wears them sevens on her sleeve Dances like a diamond shines Tell me lies I love to believe Her age is always 22 Her laughing eyes a hazel hue Spends my money like water falls Loves me like I want her to
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    What made you LOL today?

    Sure! It is at a McDonald's, though. Dress down .
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Echo Beach -- Martha And The Muffins H
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    What made you LOL today?

    It used to say 'discount':
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    No No Song -- Hoyt Axton (also covered by Ringo Starr) G
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    London Homesick Blues -- written and sung by Gary P Nunn (often mistakenly attributed to Jerry Jeff Walker, as it closes Walker's live album Viva Terlingua) S Remarkably, the version below (the definitive version) was such a new song at the time that not only had the audience not heard...
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Nellie -- The Garrison Brothers (written by Barry Etris) E (or I) Her daddy was tough as the teeth on a rusty chainsaw Her mama was a hard-talkin', leather-tough toothless hag Backwater life made pretty things hard to come by And sweet little Nellie was the only thing they had
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    The Other Kind -- Steve Earle D Used to be I was really free I didn't need no gasoline to run Before you could say Jack Kerouac You'd turn your back and I'd be gone
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    BBW Something's Gotta Give - by StrugglingWriter (~BBW, ~XWG)

    Turnabout is fair play. It's only fitting that you, too, should be kept in suspense. (I jest. Please don't rush. We'll wait. The internet is forever)
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Eat It -- Weird Al Yankovic T
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Over Yonder -- Steve Earle R
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Ophelia* -- The Band A * Wot da...auto-complete provided Othello but spellcheck won't accept Ophelia. Illiterate oafs.** **Also rejects auto-complete, spellcheck, and oafs, but is fine with wot. :huh:
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Young At Heart -- Frank Sinatra T
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Sam Stone -- John Prine E (or N) There's a hole in Daddy's arm where all the money goes
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    Name a Song From the Last Letter - Part 5!

    Sookie Sookie -- Steppenwolf E (or I) Such a cool groove: https://youtu.be/gAXkr4-LUPM
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