[78-L] Soundalikes

Kristjan Saag saag at telia.com.invalid
Sat May 2 04:36:39 PDT 2020

Welcome back!
If you really are Rodman Lewis, or Scrappy Lambert, it's a sensation. If 
you are Julian Vein, we're relieved. You were pronounced dead here about 
a month ago.

On 2020-05-02 10:35, RODMANLEWIS . wrote:
> I'm back folks, with a less-than-ideal email address! Some of these I 
> have probably posted earlier: "Highway Patrol’ Theme” and “Buy A Bond” 
> "Give A Little Whistle" and "Wah Hoo". "When You And I Were Young 
> Maggie" and "What A Friend We Have In Jesus". "Have You Ever Been 
> Lonely?", "On A Coconut Island" and "I Love You". "My Man" and "West 
> Lawn Dirge". “Sweet Georgia Brown” and “Rose Of The Rio Grande” "How's 
> Your Uncle?" and "Swingy Little Thingy". The verse to "Just A Little 
> Longer" and "Always" are musically identical, just different lyrics. 
> “Rock Of Ages” and “Rudolph, The Red-nosed Reindeer” “Just A Closer 
> Walk With Thee” and “Mack The Knife” “Make 'Em Laugh” and “Be A 
> Clown”. Thelonious Monk’s “Friday The Thirteenth” and “Deep In The 
> Heart Of Texas” “Trust In Me” and “Let’s Try Again” “Give My Regards 
> To Broadway” and “Ace In The Hole” "Beloved" (Nick Kenny & Abner 
> Silver) and "One Song" (Frank Churchill & Larry Morey) Clifford 
> Brown’s "Tiny Capers" is based on James P. Johnson's "Carolina Shout"! 
> “One Dozen Roses” and “Give Me That Old-time Religion” “Goofus” and 
> “Hula Girl” “Ice Cream” and “Should I?” 
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