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Old 08-01-2007, 10:49 AM   #151
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Obviously nobody here is prepared to guess my "Out to lunch" lyric so here is a clue

And another lyric snippet I came across whilst google image searching
"This rented car never went so far
But with each passing mile one more dream had turned to clay"
hint:-
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Old 08-01-2007, 10:49 AM   #152
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Obviously nobody here is prepared to guess my "Out to lunch" lyric so here is a clue

And another lyric snippet I came across whilst google image searching
"This rented car never went so far
But with each passing mile one more dream had turned to clay"
hint:-
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Old 08-01-2007, 05:33 PM   #153
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Here's my next one:

"...back to 1935".
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Old 08-01-2007, 05:45 PM   #154
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Quote:
Originally posted by johnfowles:
And another lyric snippet I came across whilst google image searching
"This rented car never went so far
But with each passing mile one more dream had turned to clay"
hint:-
Is it "Somewhere USA"?
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Old 08-01-2007, 08:26 PM   #155
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Whoops! I forgot to gues John's! : I know it's "Somewhere U.S.A.".
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Old 08-01-2007, 08:59 PM   #156
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QB] Whoops! I forgot to gues John's! : I know it's "Somewhere U.S.A.". [/QB][/QUOTE]
Of course Walter and Ruth are spot on

Quote:
Originally posted by Borderstone:
Here's my next one:

"...back to 1935".
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Borderstone:
[
I don't think so Mr Broderstone
Because the best I could find by googling for
the obvious ("back to 1935" lightfoot)
was
http://begonias.typepad.com/srubio/music/index.html
Steve Rubio's online Life
which manages to say on the same page

6. Alberta Hunter, “You Can’t Tell the Difference After Dark.” What the heck, let’s go back to 1935. “I may not be so appealin’, but I’ve got that certain feelin’.”

7. Ghostface Killah, “Dogs of War.” 1935 too old for you? How about 2006?

and a 15 sing setlist that included
Gordon Lightfoot, "If You Could Read My Mind"
Meanwhile is nobody but nobody going to try to guess my "Out to Lunch" a genuine GL lyric snippet . the clue I gave (the 1968 CBC program)above actually shows tbe actual and ultra rare unreleased song
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Old 08-01-2007, 08:59 PM   #157
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QB] Whoops! I forgot to gues John's! : I know it's "Somewhere U.S.A.". [/QB][/QUOTE]
Of course Walter and Ruth are spot on

Quote:
Originally posted by Borderstone:
Here's my next one:

"...back to 1935".
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Borderstone:
[
I don't think so Mr Broderstone
Because the best I could find by googling for
the obvious ("back to 1935" lightfoot)
was
http://begonias.typepad.com/srubio/music/index.html
Steve Rubio's online Life
which manages to say on the same page

6. Alberta Hunter, “You Can’t Tell the Difference After Dark.” What the heck, let’s go back to 1935. “I may not be so appealin’, but I’ve got that certain feelin’.”

7. Ghostface Killah, “Dogs of War.” 1935 too old for you? How about 2006?

and a 15 sing setlist that included
Gordon Lightfoot, "If You Could Read My Mind"
Meanwhile is nobody but nobody going to try to guess my "Out to Lunch" a genuine GL lyric snippet . the clue I gave (the 1968 CBC program)above actually shows tbe actual and ultra rare unreleased song
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Old 08-01-2007, 09:04 PM   #158
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I think Borderstone is looking for "Old Dan's Records"
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Old 08-05-2007, 05:35 PM   #159
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That's right mouse,you got it!

Now let's try a slightly tougher one. :D

"All I see is my reflection,in your wild and winsome ways"
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Old 08-05-2007, 06:07 PM   #160
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Quote:
Originally posted by Borderstone:
That's right mouse,you got it!

Now let's try a slightly EASIER one. :D

"All I see is my reflection,in your wild and winsome ways"
Okm you asked for it NOT_SOBERE_D
"All I'm after":
is for somebody to read my extremely broad hints above and attempt a for guess for which song "Out To Lunch" is from????
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Old 08-05-2007, 06:07 PM   #161
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Quote:
Originally posted by Borderstone:
That's right mouse,you got it!

Now let's try a slightly EASIER one. :D

"All I see is my reflection,in your wild and winsome ways"
Okm you asked for it NOT_SOBERE_D
"All I'm after":
is for somebody to read my extremely broad hints above and attempt a for guess for which song "Out To Lunch" is from????
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Old 08-07-2007, 07:05 PM   #162
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Right good guess John. Unfortunatley,I used all my brian power and I cannot even begin to make a guess to the reference in the cartoon.

Anyone else?
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:07 PM   #163
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ah, I guess I'll take a stab at the reference, Assuming it is not a reference to the previous song that was guessed at.
It could refer to the tune "Let It Ride",
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:07 PM   #164
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ah, I guess I'll take a stab at the reference, Assuming it is not a reference to the previous song that was guessed at.
It could refer to the tune "Let It Ride",
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Old 08-08-2007, 09:47 AM   #165
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Quote:
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ah, I guess I'll take a stab at the reference, Assuming it is not a reference to the previous song that was guessed at.
It could refer to the tune "Let It Ride",
Joe If that is a stab at supplying the tune for "Out To Lunch" it failed miserably.
Check again above I believe that I said very clearly:-
"(the 1968 CBC program) above actually shows tbe actual and ultra rare unreleased song"
I cannot see any reference to "Let it ride" in that program and in any case "Let It Ride " is
  • not an unreleased song
  • it was written and released a long time after 1968
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Old 08-08-2007, 09:47 AM   #166
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Quote:
Originally posted by Nitro Joe:
ah, I guess I'll take a stab at the reference, Assuming it is not a reference to the previous song that was guessed at.
It could refer to the tune "Let It Ride",
Joe If that is a stab at supplying the tune for "Out To Lunch" it failed miserably.
Check again above I believe that I said very clearly:-
"(the 1968 CBC program) above actually shows tbe actual and ultra rare unreleased song"
I cannot see any reference to "Let it ride" in that program and in any case "Let It Ride " is
  • not an unreleased song
  • it was written and released a long time after 1968
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Old 08-08-2007, 10:57 AM   #167
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by johnfowles:
"(the 1968 CBC program) above actually shows tbe actual and ultra rare unreleased song"
QUOTE]

FACE OF A THOUSAND PEOPLE

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[QUOTE]Originally posted by johnfowles:
"(the 1968 CBC program) above actually shows tbe actual and ultra rare unreleased song"
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("they're telling me I've been wrong before")
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Old 08-08-2007, 04:07 PM   #169
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ah yes, a miserable guess it was. I should probably have thought about it and read your hint before posting. you said 1968, where i was thinking 1986. My bad!
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ah yes, a miserable guess it was. I should probably have thought about it and read your hint before posting. you said 1968, where i was thinking 1986. My bad!
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