• My nana used to sing me to sleep when I was little, I think the song was called Down in the Valley. How about you? : )
  • Jesus Loves Me
  • i'm 14 and i remember listnening to no rain, by blind melon, one week, by barenaked ladies, if you wanna be my lover, by the spice girls?, the bad touch, by the bloodhound gang, smells like teen spirit, by nirvana i think No Rain was the first. Has been (and prolly always will be) my favorite song :)
  • I'm sure I must have heard another song before it but the most prominant memory is God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You. My twin sister and I sang that song since we started singing which I seem to recall was quite early.
  • That was a long time ago. My mom had a record, I think if was called Mockingbird Hill. She loved the song. That's the first one I remember.
  • Sympathy for the Devil by the Rolling Stones.
  • I can't give you a title, but the artist would have been "Elvis Presley." My sister was 10 years older than me and we shared a room. Rock'n Roll was on the upswing and Elvis was the MAN! I actually have some of her original 45 rpm records, including "Jailhouse Rock!"
  • Bing Crosby's "Swinging On a Star". My pre-school teacher liked the song so much she forced me and all the other little kids in my class to listen to it almost every afternoon. Lol.
  • A boy named sue- Johnny cash
  • Woodstock .... The Fish Cheer
  • Muss i denn, muss i denn Zum stadtele hinaus Stadtele hinaus Und du, mein schat, bleibst hier? Sei mir gut Sei mir gut Sei mir wie du wirklich sollst Wie du wirklich sollst. __________ ... my father was an Air Force Fire Fighter, and when I was only 7 months old, we were transfered from Brandon, Manitoba to Zweibruken, Germany.
  • Livin on a Prayer- Bon Jovi or maybe it was The Right Stuff by New Kids On the Block... It was one of those 2
  • My favorite to this day
  • Well it sure as hell isn't:
  • Hank SENIOR. .
  • The bangles - eternal flame.
  • The song that popped up in my brain is "Itsy Bitsy Spider". Don't know if it was actually the first, but it is what I remember! :)
  • It looks like I go back a lot further than many of you. I remember "The Teddy Bear's Picnic". I was probably 3 or 4 years old when I heard it, maybe even younger. When I got a little older, my dad would let me play it on our old 45 RPM player. I also think it's when I first got interested in electronics. I wore the tracks off a couple of those records.
  • Winchester Cathedral! I recall pinching my nose to sound nasal while singing "vo-dody-o-do."
  • It would have to be "Rubber Ducky" by Ernie from Sesame Street. I still have that 45rpm somewhere.
  • Tie a yellow ribbon around an old tree.I think.
  • I think that it was "Morning has broken" by Cat Stevens (Now Yusuf Islam) back in the early 1970s when I was at Primary School.It sticks in my mind because we had to sing it a lot in Church. I first recall hearing it on the bus to school, one beautiful spring morning.The song seemed very appropriate for the occasion.Whenever I hear the song now, I still think back to being a little boy on the school bus all those years ago.

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