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You Make Me Feel So Young

You Make Me Feel So Young

One of my favourite Frank Sinatra classic crooning hits. From 1956 it really sums up the joyful feeling of a new relationship. You feel that can do anything.
"Running across the meadows, picking up lots of forget-me-nots"
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Poetry in Motion

Poetry In Motion

What do you call a chicken crossing the road.... Poultry in motion!
"She doesn't need improvement, She's much too nice to rearrange".
A hit in 1960 by Johnny Tillotson this conjures up images lovely girls moving beautifully with fluid grace steps.
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Let There Be Love

Let There Be Love

Originally from the 1940s and covered by many talented singers. My favourite is Nat King Cole's 1961 hit. His vocal tone just can't be matched.
What a romantic song for lovers on a date night.
"Someone to bless me, whenever I sneeze". Being there for the little things.
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Johnny B Goode

Johnny B. Goode

Originally by the fantastic Chuck Berry in 1958, Johnny B Goode has taken its place as a Rock n Roll anthem.
Its high energy all the way with vocals and guitar solos alternating taking the lead.
My cover of this aims to capture the feeling of that original.
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Earth Angel

Earth Angel

Also called 'Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)', the penguins sang this smooth love song to great acclaim in 1954. It was also featured in the movie 'Back To The Future' while Marty was 'fading away'. What a classic!
I find performing this song passionately very enjoyable.
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"Very extraordinary."
Nat Kings Cole's original 1964 version of "L-O-V-E" is one of my personal favourites from this period.
Try making your own list of positive qualities of your true love.
Any song that helps you spell can't be bad.

Dont Sit Under The Apple Tree

Dont Sit Under The Apple Tree

Popularised by Glenn Miller and sung by the lovely Andrew Sisters in 1942, Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me) has taken its place as a war time classic.
Its top-tapping energy all the way with beautiful harmonies all the way.
'The Jays Vintage' cover of this, aims to capture the feeling of that original.
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