Boogie Oogie Oogie While shopping for various pieces for Armstrong 3 Halloween costume last night, a song came over the loudspeaker system I hadn heard in ages.
Funky, with a great vibe, highly danceable, smooth vocals. What was that snappy tune? Yes, that right, the white girl from South Dakota loved the pop variety of soul/disco/club music in her salad days. That song was a staple at middle school dances, which was totally ironic to me, since we were searching for flat shoes for my 7th grade daughter to wear to her middle school Halloween Dance tomorrow afternoon. I asked her what songs the DJ is going to spin for them. Definitely "Soulja Boy" and "Disturbia" by Rhianna, she said. And "Hey There Delilah" by Plain White T and "I Yours" by Jason Mraz and "Lips of An Angel" by Hinder. Plus some "rap crap", she said, which made me laugh because I remember the same "disco crap" comments going around from my peers and the parents at that age. So, I traveled back in time, remembering the hits of my 7th grade dances. "YMCA" which we knew was campy even back then, when we really had no clue what the hell "campy" meant. "I Just Wanna Be Your Everything" by Andy oakley juliet lenses Gibb (great for slow dances) or "Go Your Own Way" oakley vault store by Frampton or anything by the Commodores. But mens white oakley sunglasses my favorite song to dance to besides "My Sharona" by the Knack? " that marvelous one hit wonder. Let reminisce what were the popular songs you just couldn get enough of in your junior high dance days? "A compromise will surely help the situation" yeah, I know the words to that 10CC song too, but ask me WTF sine and cosine mean good thing I had my priorities straight, eh, A? Toni FREEBIRD SHOULD DIED WITH THE DAMN BAND!!!!!!!!!!!! Jake I still listen to that same shit too what? No VAN HALEN on that list? Karen I guess I forgotten the power ballad "More Than A oakley sunglasses wholesale Feeling" Norby, never apologize for being an 80 kid and Richard Marx is still writing songs. Billy Ray Cyrus wasn the only one with a mullet Kieran you way cooler than I, I didn listen to some of those bands until high school and I didn catch on with Squeeze until way late. Lori, are you going to RT? Plan on me making sure the DJ plays both My Sharona and in your honor. I expect to see you on the dance floor, girlfriend. I went to a prep school of 500 kids and the ratio was about 425 boys to 75 girls. We weren big on dances. When I think of my musical tastes back then, I remember mostly the Beatles, Jim Croce, Motown and the Beach Boys.
When I hit college at age and could legally get into bars at age 18, we were all about Springsteen, the Rolling Stones and every rock roll cover song played by every party band in New Jersey. The Kinks, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Meat Loaf, J. Geils Band.
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