Medley Pop Hits of the 70s

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Medley Pop Hits of the 70s 1. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Clair (1972) Clair, the moment I met you, I swear, I felt as if something somewhere Had happened to me which I couldn't see. And then the moment I met you again I knew in my heart that we were friends. It had to be so, it couldn't be no. But try as hard as I might do, I don't know why You get to me in a way I can't describe. Words mean so little when you look up and smile. I don't care what people say, to me You're more than a child, Oh Clair, Clair. Clair, I've told you before, don't you dare! Get back into bed, can't you see that it's late. No, you can't have a drink, oh, alright then. But wait just a bit while I in an effort to baby sit Capture my breath, what there is left of it. You can be murder at this hour of the day But in the morning the sun will seem a lifetime away, Oh Clair, Clair - oh Clair 2. Les Humphries Singers - Mexico (1972) Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico Well we looked down the river till we seed the British come There must have been a hundred of them beatin' on the drum They stepped so high and we heard the people sing well we stood beside our cotton bales and never said a thing We fired our guns and the British kept a-comin' There wasn't as many as there was a while ago We fired once more and they began to runnin' All down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico O ho ho ho ho, O ho ho ho ho I said O ho ho ho ho, O ho ho ho ho I said ME (ME), X (X), I C O Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico Well they ran through the briars and they ran through the brambles and they ran through the bushes where the rabbits couldn't go They ran so fast that the hounds couldn't catch 'em All down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. We fired our guns and the British kept a-comin' There wasn't as many as there was a while ago We fired once more and they began to runnin' All down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico, Mexico 3. Middle of the Road - Samson and Delilah (1972) Samson and Delilah lived a long long time ago. She was undecided, but man that hair just had to go. Na na na na na ... On the Friday evening things were going mighty fine then he started sleeping 'cos she slipped something in the wine. Na na na na na ... Ain't no glory in this fable like the story Cane and Abel Samson neatly turned the tables. Ain't no glory in this fable like the story Cane and Abel 4. Soulful Dynamics - Mademoiselle Ninette (1970) In my last holiday I took a trip to the USA well I did fine I had a very good time Guess what happened to me, I met a girl and one two three I fell in love and got the heaven above Mademoiselle Ninette, no no I've never had a girl like you Mademoiselle Ninette, no no I've never had a girl like you We spent every day, it was so nice that even today I see Ninette, can't get her out of my head In my next holiday I'll take a trip to the USA and it'll be fine, I'll have a very good time Mademoiselle Ninette, no no I've never had a girl like you Mademoiselle Ninette, no no I've never had well it's true 5. Tony Christie - I did what I did for Maria (1971) Sun rise this is the last day that I'll ever seeout in the court-yard they're ready for mebut I go to my Lord without fear'cos I did what I did for Maria. And he fell to the ground raisin' dust all aroundbut I knew he was dead long before he went downIt was quick it was clean made it easy on himwhich is more than he did for Maria.When he did what he did for Maria. Take an eye for an eye and a life for a lifeand somebody must die for the death of my wifeYes I did what I did for MariaI did what I did for Maria. Sun rise this is the last day that I'll ever seeout in the court-yard they're ready for mebut I go to my Lord without fear'cos I did what I did for Maria, Take an eye for an eye and a life for a lifeand somebody must die for the death of my wife Yes I did what I did for Maria I did what I did for Maria.


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