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>Terrible song-----the only Three Dog Night song that was any good was "Easy to be Hard".

 

Betcha didn't know that that song was written with John Holmes in mind, did ya!

 

(...sorry, couldn't resist)

 

Though btw, I did always like their version of Randy Newman's "Momma Told Me Not To Come".

 

(...hmmmm...I wonder why I thought of that right after mentioning John Holmes here?)

 

(...sorry again)

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And now after all THAT "unpleasantness", where were we here???

 

Oh, yeah...

 

4 ?

 

(...and which btw is a number you never wanna say that loudly, 'cause of course you'll have every golfer within earshot flinching...unless you're into that sorta thing of course)

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The first thing that popped in my head when I saw the title of this thread was the song from A Chorus Line: "ONE... singular sensation..."

 

And as for Three Dog Night, my favorite song from them is "Black and White" (brings up nostalgic memories). I didn't like the bullfrog song.

 

P.S. WhyaDuck - whya this thread?

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So, in essence you're sayin' that little guy Jememiah was definitely NOT a good friend of yours then, huh?!

 

 

 

I'm shocked that there's gambling.......er... shocked that you thought our little green friend was the namesake of the ol' syrup lady. I'm sure you realize it was Jeremiah, but it still provides an opportunity to needle ya, dear friend.

 

LOL

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So I'm guessing that Viagra won't be using Easy to Be Hard as a

theme song. I always got a kick out of the X Files episode where

Mulder and Scully are out in the woods and have had a little too

much to drink and Scully starts singing Joy to the World.

 

 

To the very Top of the Toppermost. :)

 

 

 

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>Dargo said:So, in essence you're sayin' that little guy Jememiah was definitely NOT a good friend of yours then, huh?!

 

>heuriger said: I'm shocked that there's gambling.......er... shocked that you thought our little green friend was the namesake of the ol' syrup lady. I'm sure you realize it was Jeremiah, but it still provides an opportunity to needle ya, dear friend.

 

Hmmmm...so it seems I misspelled the little frog's name with a "m" instead of a "r" there, and thus making it sound a little more like the syrup lady instead, did I heuriger?!

 

(...well,.I guess the ONLY excuse I might have for THAT might be that after the big dust-up the other day around here, I must still have Hattie McDaniel on my mind a little too much lately!!!) ;)

 

LOL

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*One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do.....*

 

Did you know this, from wikipedia?

 

"One" is a song written by Harry Nilsson and made famous by Three Dog Night whose cover in 1969 reached number 5 on the Billboard chart. The song is known for its opening line "One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do." It appeared initially on Aerial Ballet, Nilsson's third album.

 

Nilsson wrote the song after calling someone and getting a busy signal. He stayed on the line listening to the "beep, beep, beep, beep..." tone, writing the song. The busy signal became the opening notes of the song.

 

I still like his Me and My Arrow the best. How can any *one* not like that song?

 

Yup, anything can get responses here.

 

(didn't there used to be a 'preview' on this board?)

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