A Life of Memories

Music is the soundtrack of your life and the following are from my soundtrack, some are happy memories, some are sad memories and some are memories of events that should never have happened.

Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrisom - The love of my life
Perfect Day - Lou Reed - The love of my life
Up the Junction - Squeeze - My Pussycat
Father and Son - Cat Stevens - My Son
Rule The World - Take That - My Adopted Daugher 
Whatever it Takes - Belinda Carlisle - My Adoped Daughter
This ol'd Heart of Mine - Rod Stewart  - My Adopted Daughter
Brother of Mine - Yes - My Bro
Beautiful Child - Fleetwood Mac - My lil Stevie
Planets of the Universe - Stevie Nicks - My lil Stevie
The River - Bruce Springsteen - A long hot summer with cousin David
Bless You - Tony Orlando - Janet Coupland
That's My Goal - Shayne Ward - Dianne Lucci
Ten Days of Rain - Rod Stewart - Sue
Captain Crash and the Beauty Queen from Mars - Bon Jovi - Brandi
Ny Sweet Lord  - George Harrison - Susan Friar
Could it Be Forever - David Cassidy - Christine Abrehart
What are you Doing Sunday - Dawn - Christine Abrehart
Mother and Child Reunion - Paul Simon - Rose Sylvia Bibby
Poison - Alice Cooper - Christine
Fool for Love - Belinda Carlisle - Jane
Nobody Owns Me - Belinda Carlise - Jane
I'm Free - The Who - When I left school and every job I left
Young Man Blues - The Who - When I thought I was immortal
Living on the Front Line - Eddy Grant - My days in Hammersmith
All Mine - Fanny - Sky
Catch the Wind - Donovan - Sky
Day Dream Believer - The Monkees - Jeanne Townsend 
Hurdy Gurdy Man - Donovan - Dark nights by the sea
Lady Barbara - Herman's Hermits - Pat Conway
Downtown Train - Bruce Springsteen - Lynda L.
No Surrender - Bruce Springsteen - Paula
Isn't Life Strange - The Moody Blues - Trudy Gordon
Miss Judy's Farm - The Faces - Trudy Gordon
Let's Get it On - Marvin Gaye - Sharon Ellis
Say You Will - Fleetwood Mac - Melanie L.
Hollywood Perfume - The Pretenders - Chrissie
Save a Prayer - Duran Duran - G. A.
Who Are You - The Who - Melanie Walsh

Which reminds me that the first record I bought with my own dosh was Peter Sarsted's Frozen Orange Juice
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