♫ Songs That Move You For Whatever Reason ♫
deyb_Deb: 'Dirty Water' Released in November 1965 by the Standells. BOSTON isn't my hometown, but I love the city! If I could afford to keep a nice apartment there to get my 'city fix', I would in a heartbeat.
deyb_Deb: Sam Smith's newest release 'Too Good at Goodbyes (Official Audio) appeared on YouTube on September 7, 2017
deyb_Deb: I Didn't See the Time Go By
Songwriter: Charles Aznavour
LYRICS © S U I S A, Cooperative Soc. Of Music Authors & Publishers
Nyx_Obsidian: this song always makes me smile and think about how i should look on the brighter side of things then let clouds hover around my head to rain on my day.
deyb_Deb: ABOVE ~ 【MMD, Undertale】 Drop Pop Candy - Sans and Papyrus from the YouTube channel of ScoutDolphin. This is a cover by ShutUpAdachi .. (MagicalPouchOfMagic)
deyb_Deb: 'Surfin Bird - (Bird is the Word)' by The Trashmen in 1963
If nothing, this should at least put a smile on your face
deyb_Deb: 'Bread and Butter' by The Newbeats in 1964
MEMBERS: Larry Henley, Dean Mathis, Mark Mathis
Written by Larry Parks and Jay Turnbow
deyb_Deb: 'Too Big For You' ~ Original Song by Tay Zonday
Lyrics in the video description over on You Tube .com
deyb_Deb: 'Wedding Song (There is Love)' by Paul Stookey 1971
WIKIPEDIA: "Stookey had first performed the song at the wedding of Peter Yarrow—Stookey's co-member of Peter Paul & Mary—to Mary Beth McCarthy at Saint Mary's Catholic Church in Willmar, Minnesota. Stookey was best man at the ceremony, which took place in the evening of October 18, 1969."