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Offline Carolyn

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Re: Earworms
« Reply #720 on: Thursday, September 12 2013 09:03AM GMT-1 »
Benji's Rocky Brown.  It's driving my colleague's Have You Seen the Muffin Man out, thank goodness!

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« Reply #721 on: Friday, September 13 2013 04:50PM GMT-1 »
It's been the Flanders and Swann classic "Madeira m'dear" for more than a week (it was part of Wednesday's recital), but today that was replaced by "As Time Goes By" (also included in the recital).
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« Reply #722 on: Monday, February 24 2014 04:13PM GMT-1 »
Silbury Hill by Philip Henry and Hannah Martin

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« Reply #723 on: Monday, September 8 2014 05:20PM GMT-1 »
Bell peals! Bing Bong Bing Bong Bing Bong Bing Bong.....
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« Reply #724 on: Monday, September 8 2014 09:03PM GMT-1 »
Does it drive you nuts?

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« Reply #725 on: Monday, September 8 2014 09:09PM GMT-1 »
Not yet!
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #726 on: Tuesday, September 9 2014 02:55PM GMT-1 »
Blackbeard's Tea Party singing "Whip Jamboree". I love this band, but after listening to that song, it's hard to stop hearing it in my head.  ::)
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #727 on: Wednesday, September 10 2014 10:01AM GMT-1 »
Lord Franklin and North West Passage.  Can't think why!

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« Reply #728 on: Wednesday, September 10 2014 10:25AM GMT-1 »
Just read Nancy Kerrs Facebook/twitter posts, now singing the Padstow Mayday song, .... Unite & unite,...
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #729 on: Monday, September 21 2015 09:49PM GMT-1 »
Sorry if you've already seen this on Facebook/Twitter , but my earworm today is a certain song sung by Mr Boden at the Dirty Weekend. I can't think why!

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« Reply #730 on: Tuesday, September 22 2015 09:36AM GMT-1 »
Haha!  I'd forgotten that!