So my taste was a bit eclectic. I was 10.
this song, but I did. Now it annoys the shit out of me.
tune. My sister and I used to lip-sync it for my folks and they would laugh like hell.
corny-ass record, which I loved at the time. I did finally see the movie years later. All I can say is, you gotta love an anti-war film when the protagonist beats the shit out of everybody.
strange choice, but then, I was always a little bit weird. I probably wanted it because the "The Streak" was so huge. Can't listen to it now, though. I cannot abide the sound of a banjo.
this song the other day on Sirius XM. Zzzzzz.
creepy ditty. Didn't know at the time it was written by Alan "Undercover Angel" O'Day. Al had a dark side, it would seem. I thought Helen Reddy was hot.
COMEDY GOLD, people--and timely, as streaking was just becoming popular in the mid-70s.
this one out. I was a nerd. I had no idea it was about losing your virginity. If someone had told me, I would have said, "What's virginity?" and then things would have turned awkward in a hurry.
Best song on the list. Inherited from my parents. I'm glad they liked black people music better than shit like Bread or The Lettermen.
"Rubber Band Man" instead. Can you blame him?