I'm looking for anything positive to say about flooding . . so far the only thing I can come up with is this . . . If you're selling your home the buyer can't see that it's not been landscaped!
The Turntable - Songs by "ladies of the 50's" . . . The Flipside Bee Gees, Michael Jackson and Songs of the 70's . . . Today in The Club PUB - Ron Kaminski (class of 61) passed last week . . . PICTURESQUE! Pete's birthday party! (he just turned 4)
Well . . . That's a wrap!
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
"Lisbon Antigua" (modern Portuguese: "Lisboa Antiga" [liʒˈboɐ ɐ̃.ˈti.ɣɐ], "Old Lisbon") is a Portuguese popular songthat became a hit in the United States when recorded by the Nelson Riddle orchestra in 1956. "Lisbon Antiqua" topped the Billboard magazine chart on February 25, 1956 and remained there for four weeks. The song became a gold record.
"Que Será, Será (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)", first published in 1956, is a popular song written by the songwriting team of Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. The song was introduced in the Alfred Hitchcock film The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), starring Doris Day and James Stewart in the lead roles.
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"Old Cape Cod" is a song, written by Claire Rothrock, Milton Yakus, and Allan Jeffrey, and published in 1957. The single, as recorded by Patti Page, became a gold record, having sold over a million copies. Having been hailed by "Cape Codders" as the "unofficial Cape Cod Anthem, if ever there was one", the song has been credited with "putting the Cape on the map" and helping to establish Cape Cod as a major tourist destination