Dotsie wrote:poohbcarrot wrote:Cheery wrote:The Riddle (the original by Nik Kershaw, not the cover) .
They're usually some of the first songs that show up.
Are you sure you typed that correctly?
Maybe he's very popular in Switzerland
chris.ph wrote:on a soppy refrain nothing compares too you by sinead oconner is a good one
It's enough to make you want a guid greet.Cheery wrote:chris.ph wrote:on a soppy refrain nothing compares too you by sinead oconner is a good one
AMAZING voice and a great song!
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Dark Side was one of my first 'serious' album buys (I shall gloss over David Essex entirely ) My joint favourites were the title track and 'Woman screaming' - can't remember the actual name but you'll know which one I mean and that was quite prophetic though I didn't know that at the time...
Tonyblack wrote:You know, I had to go all the way to America to hear a song about South Wales. The Bells of Rhymney was a poem written by a Welshman and made into a song by American folk singer Pete Seeger.
Here's Pete singing it.
There have been loads of covers of it by such people as The Byrds, John Denver and The Alarm. There are some interesting pronounciations of 'Rhymney' though.
A fantasy song is it?superfurryandy wrote:SFA have a track called Cardiff in the Sun on their latest
Tonyblack wrote:A fantasy song is it?superfurryandy wrote:SFA have a track called Cardiff in the Sun on their latest
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