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  • For you
    https://youtu.be/FuiMQPc5aKA
     
    Last edited by Lefty; 11-21-2020, 09:23 PM.
    https://youtu.be/k363NPMuw_w
    https://youtu.be/nCVACqHnTyo

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    • I am about 20 years older than most here
      and want some of the old songs heard
      they have great meaning to me
      https://youtu.be/JnC88xBPkkc

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      • Forrest was a Fox and loved bells https://youtu.be/mwFFxaWErVw

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        • Yep..
           
          Toodle-oo!

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          • You have not lived if u have not played this song driving 90 down the HWY
            https://youtu.be/wI5U-dW-GP4

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            • Why'd ya stop there, got a governor on it?
               
              Toodle-oo!

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              • Originally posted by willynilly
                What if the real solve is so obvious that when it comes out it blows all the other solves away like a hurricane... maybe even without the TC...
                Something obvious to someone is rarely obvious to anyone else. The solve and about a dollar will buy a small cup of coffee these days. I agree that when the real solve is released, it will "blow all the
                other solves away".

                My suggestion for a Chase Song is "Nature Boy" by Nat King Cole.

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                • One more for the road
                  https://youtu.be/IyEGGoWaxOc

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                  • We used to cover this also love old school
                    https://youtu.be/muEbJcy_-78

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                    • One more for the road . . .

                      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQZBaJAngH8

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                      • Cowboyrocker being in Berlin you understand when the wall came down what it meant. I felt the world was ready for change
                        To live history is not the same as reading about it. I cried when the wall came down it was a great change.
                        https://youtu.be/n4RjJKxsamQ

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                        • Originally posted by Knowledge View Post
                          Cowboyrocker being in Berlin you understand when the wall came down what it meant. I felt the world was ready for change
                          To live history is not the same as reading about it. I cried when the wall came down it was a great change.
                          https://youtu.be/n4RjJKxsamQ
                          Thank you for this nice post! I was 18 when the wall came down and I must admit I joined the masses at the (West side of the) Brandenburg Gate to pick apart the wall and gather some stones from it because I enjoyed the party and the mulled wine! When people started to climb the wall I went with the flow and climbed it as well! I'd love to tell a story about my own revolutionary thoughts, motivation and actions, but that is the truth and that's all... maybe I was too young! I was used to drive in the backseat of my parents' car and after 20miles max we hit the end... a gray wall surrounding West Berlin! U-turn... back to the other side... island life!

                          When the borders actually opened up I realised two things:

                          - those people coming over to the West in hordes were totally different, even strange! An 18 year old would easily be as mean as to say they were ugly people! Dont worry, today I'm better than that!
                          - I grabbed my best friends and we went over there to the East side... and let me tell you... we were ALONE! Nobody was there... we walked through the empty streets, discovered ruins (still from WWII!!!) and felt like walking through the largest ghost town in the world! All the East Berlin people were in the West and all other West guys seemed to be there, too, to hug some East guys... the East was dark, dirty, stinky, empty, lost!

                          It took some years for me to realise what really happened in this crazy time!

                          Today I could reminisce and see the big picture and it's a totally different story! Click image for larger version

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                          Sorry, I don't have a fitting song........
                          „It‘s almost impossible to carry the torch of truth through a crowd without singeing somebody‘s beard.“
                          G. C. Lichtenberg

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                          • Originally posted by Cowboyrocker View Post

                            Thank you for this nice post! I was 18 when the wall came down and I must admit I joined the masses at the (West side of the) Brandenburg Gate to pick apart the wall and gather some stones from it because I enjoyed the party and the mulled wine! When people started to climb the wall I went with the flow and climbed it as well! I'd love to tell a story about my own revolutionary thoughts, motivation and actions, but that is the truth and that's all... maybe I was too young! I was used to drive in the backseat of my parents' car and after 20miles max we hit the end... a gray wall surrounding West Berlin! U-turn... back to the other side... island life!

                            When the borders actually opened up I realised two things:

                            - those people coming over to the West in hordes were totally different, even strange! An 18 year old would easily be as mean as to say they were ugly people! Dont worry, today I'm better than that!
                            - I grabbed my best friends and we went over there to the East side... and let me tell you... we were ALONE! Nobody was there... we walked through the empty streets, discovered ruins (still from WWII!!!) and felt like walking through the largest ghost town in the world! All the East Berlin people were in the West and all other West guys seemed to be there, too, to hug some East guys... the East was dark, dirty, stinky, empty, lost!

                            It took some years for me to realise what really happened in this crazy time!

                            Today I could reminisce and see the big picture and it's a totally different story! Click image for larger version

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                            Sorry, I don't have a fitting song........
                            I still get goose bumps when I hear that song as a German American my mom and dad were divorced when I was 2 my dad being the German I saw Germany as part of the connection to my dad.
                            I now it sounds strange but when you only see your father every other weekend your mind searches for something to replace him. I always felt that connection and studied German history. I still remember the problems Germany had bringing the east back into the fatherland.I would have loved to have been there,I guess I was in spirit and in way still am. Part of my family comes from Prussia and the other the boarder of France and Germany. I sure wish this world would grow up and get rid of war if we could no one would be hungry or go without. When the wall came down I seen it for a second and then everyone went back to what was so sad.

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                            • From what I know about Forrest
                              I think he liked this one
                              https://youtu.be/2nGKqH26xlg

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                              • This is dedicated to all the men that come on THOR day in and day out complaining that no one is giving them the answers or anything they want.
                                https://youtu.be/AjPau5QYtYs

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