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Sunday, May 13, 2012

Marvelous Music Monday for May 14, 2012

The Righteous Brothers
Unchained Melody 1966

Sammy Davis Jr.
The Candyman
Live in Germany

This is a Blog Hop

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At Royalegacy, you will only find family friendly music.  I cannot say the same for the other sites that are linking up to this hop.

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The theme for this week's Monday's Music Moves Me is a freebie.  So you can choose whatever music you would like.

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  1. Two good oldies! Sammy Davis Jr is one of those guys that gets forgotten, but he was so entertaining. You had to really know how to sing back in the day. Groups from wayback can out sing circles around the today's musical talent (if you can call it that). I just love these! Thanks for linking up. Have an awesome day dancing with everyone aboard the Love Train. Whoo-hoo!

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  2. Unchained Melody has always been one of my absolute favorites! Great choices, Danielle - have a great week! :)

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  3. Great choices. Two little girls in my home who definitely love them some Taylor Swift she will definitely make the bucket list in our home!

  4. my daughter just did a spring performance with the candy man song. It's a great song.

  5. Wonderful songs classics you are sharing this week! Love it!

  6. I love Righteous Brothers!
    Love your choices!

    Have a great week!


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