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Re: Most memorable New Year's????

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12-31-2012 19:39:36

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Would you believe I forgot LOL . Been to man time when I had one to many or one to few. Sort of like that old Emerson, Lake and Palmer song show me the way to go home. If you know the song you understand if you don't then you will not under stand

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01-01-2013 01:34:38

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 Re: Most memorable New Year's???? in reply to old, 12-31-2012 19:39:36  
Show me the way to go home. I'm tired and I wanna go to bed.
I had a little drink bout an hour ago.
And It went right to my head.
Wherever you may roam.
On land or sea or foam.
You will always hear me singing this song
Show me the way to go home

I used to play that song in the auction, testing out the pianos.
Used to make a buck a tune, plus all the change the customers threw on the floor.
My little candy sack full of dollar bills and change would probably equal a drafting electrical engineer at Guide Lamp at that time.
Yep I remember it.

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01-01-2013 08:24:15

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 Re: Most memorable New Year's???? in reply to LOU from Wi., 01-01-2013 01:34:38  
I saw ELP in concert 3 times back in 1976 give or take a year or so. That tune was what they played as the last song at all 3 concerts. I was stationed at Groton CT sub base back then and the concert was in New Haven CT. The part of land, sea or form was pretty much what I was doing at that time also since I was in the Navy at the time so I did all 3 LOL

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12-31-2012 21:18:35

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 Re: Most memorable New Year's???? in reply to old, 12-31-2012 19:39:36  
That must be a old song. I remember my dad singing it a few times. Stan

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01-01-2013 08:21:22

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 Re: Most memorable New Year's???? in reply to 37Chief, 12-31-2012 21:18:35  
Old well if you call 1976 old yes. I saw them in concert 3 times around that year and that was the last song they played at each of those concerts The town was New Haven CT. That was back when I was stationed in Groton CT at the sub base. One of my favorite singing groups as a matter of fast. They also did father Christmas in those concerts and Brain salad surgery and of course a number if others

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