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Old 06-29-2023, 11:53 AM
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I just saw for the first time the Almost Famous movie. Didn't know Future Games song was part of its soundtrack.

I enjoyed the movie and glad to learn this song was included, though I must confess I enjoyed far more when they all started to sing Tiny Dancer at the bus. I love that song.
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Old 06-29-2023, 03:48 PM
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At every rest stop I always rolled up to someone and yelled "get some ribbons and some bows and get back on the road again!"
I got some strange looks but it was funny and a stress reliever.
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Old 06-29-2023, 03:49 PM
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I heard Say You Will yesterday on the car radio. Now that was unexpected.
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Old 06-30-2023, 03:07 PM
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I just saw for the first time the Almost Famous movie. Didn't know Future Games song was part of its soundtrack.

I enjoyed the movie and glad to learn this song was included, though I must confess I enjoyed far more when they all started to sing Tiny Dancer at the bus. I love that song.
I too love the song Tiny Dancer.
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Old 06-30-2023, 07:47 PM
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I too love the song Tiny Dancer.
Some people like tiny things.

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I always hear it as “Tony Danza,” which makes it infinitely better.
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I always hear it as “Tony Danza,” which makes it infinitely better.
That's why Seal didn't like to include lyrics in his CD books. He likes people to understand the lyrics in their own way.

And that's why a friend of mine convinced me the lyrics of Bicycle Race didn't say "I don't wanna be a candidate for Vietnam or Watergate" but "I don't wanna be a candidate for queer number one again"
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I always hear it as “Tony Danza,” which makes it infinitely better.
He was really hot in his day. Especially, Taxi where he sometimes dressed as a boxer.
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He was really hot in his day. Especially, Taxi where he sometimes dressed as a boxer.
Looks like somebody has a type LOL! Was it because he was Italian or because he was a New Yorker? Or maybe because he was an Italian New Yorker?
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He was really hot in his day. Especially, Taxi where he sometimes dressed as a boxer.
I'm smelling some hero worship here
Who's the boss
suddenly became I'm not the boss.
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I'm smelling some hero worship here
Who's the boss
suddenly became I'm not the boss.
It was a kid crush. As I got older, it faded. But yes, he is a handsome man.
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It was a kid crush. As I got older, it faded. But yes, he is a handsome man.
I am not mocking the crush. It was a set up for a joke about I'm not the boss.

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I am not mocking the crush. It was a set up for a joke about I'm not the boss.

**sigh**

On this board, no one knows how I feel or what I say unless you read between my lines
I didn't take it the wrong way.. It was funny.
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It was a kid crush. As I got older, it faded. But yes, he is a handsome man.
He had my full attention (ages 8-11) during Taxi. Then I didn’t think about him until later and realized he was hot in WTB too.
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He had my full attention (ages 8-11) during Taxi. Then I didn’t think about him until later and realized he was hot in WTB too.
my crush faded fast. I was later into Billy on Melrose Place.
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