Thursday, July 31, 2008

You're A Big Hit

My friend Stiffy sent me this link to a web site that will tell you the number one song on the day you were born: http://www.joshhosler.biz/NumberOneInHistory/SelectMonth.htm.

Mine is "I Get Around" by the Beach Boys.

Round, round, get around, I get a round waist from sitting in the car for 4 hours a day.

Yes, that's my song.

20 comments:

CHEWY said...

"At the Hop" by Danny & the Juniors

SassyFemme said...

"Hanky Panky" by Tommy James & the Shondells.

I'm giggling like a 12 year old over that one!

Cristina said...

"Hello Goodbye" by The Beatles

That explains a lot, I am a walking contradiction of myself.

the only daughter said...

I'm Sorry Brenda Lee

dykewife said...

'save the last dance for me', by the drifters

has your sister had the surgery for capal tunnel or did they diagnose something else?

cute photo of you in the 80s

MLC said...

"Sherry" The Four Seasons.

That's fun thanks for the link.

janet

Ms. Creek said...
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Ms. Creek said...

"Dominique" by The Singing Nun. Here's the youtube link to it! lmao

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

Wasn't this song in some movie???

Velvet Ginger said...

I was hopping for a Beatle or a Beachboy or someboday like that....but mine is;
"Theme from a Summer Place" by Percy Faith
I thought I had never heard of it until I listened on U-tube, it's a common tune usually played by an orchestra. Really pretty, so I am not so bumbed.
Ellie, I think it was a movie, racking my brain here...but it WAS sung by the Flying Nun!

CJ said...

Hey Only Daughter - Thanks for the visit! I remember that one but I have not heard it in years.

CJ said...

Thank you for stopping by and for the mention of the 80's photo Dykewife! My sister had wrist surgery but it was for a break. She took a spill on some ice.

CJ said...

Oh Ms Creek - I thought you meant the Flying Nun (Sally Field). LOL. Thanks for the youtube link so I could figure this out.

CJ said...

I like that song Rubye Jean! That was played in the movie Animal House I think while they were in the supermarket stealing meat. Really, I'm not making that up.

Rita said...

We Can Work It Out - The Beatles

I must say I liked all of the songs for the first four decades and it would make a fabulous CD!

Velvet Ginger said...

lol@cj...it think you are right about that animal house thing! Yes I figured out Ellie's sound was from "The Sound of Music"!
Thanks for posting that link...great fun!

IndigoSunMoon said...

Mine is "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by the Tokens.
I always loved that song. Now I know why!
Cool link!
Connie

Shrinky said...

"Why?" by Frankie Avalon

(Figures..) Teehee!

CJ said...

Hi Inidigo - thanks for visiting! I think it's interesting to see the references to all these songs, most of which I have heard, but none that I can really pin down what year they would have been popular.

CJ said...

Hey Shrinky - Inquiring minds want to know.

Blondie said...

"Everybody Loves Somebody" by Dean Martin


Hmmm... I can take this a number of ways...