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Those Were The Days

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  1. Fenrigor
    Those Were the Days Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. click here for website Program Host(s): Ken Alexander, Steve Darnall WDCB is very pleased to present "Those Were the Days," a program that has played a prominent role in Chicago's radio history for more than 35 years.
  2. Vudonos
    Lyrics to 'Those Were The Days' by Mary Hopkins: Once upon a time there was a tavern Where we used to raise a glass or two Remember how we laughed away the hours And dreamed of all the great things we would do.
  3. Arabar
    I still remember the days when you were here with me. The days I looked at you and you were already looking at me. The days I would wake up and find a good morning text from you. The days you would secretly sneak up behind me, put your arms around me and told me you loved me. I still miss those days but I miss you even more.
  4. Kaganos
    The RCA Special Products LP of THOSE WERE THE DAYS (PRM U) was created for the ENJAY Division of STANDARD Oil, a company that would later become EXXON. All tracks are mono, some with modifications. The LP's label is /5(10).
  5. Kagazshura
    Jul 14,  · Directed by Theodore Reed. With William Holden, Bonita Granville, Ezra Stone, Judith Barrett. A middle-aged couple think back to their college days and courtship/10(4).
  6. Maumi
    Those Were the Days, the Today in History feature from International E-mail [email protected] No portion of these files may be reproduced without the express, written permission of International Inc.
  7. Tugis
    Hotels near Those Were the Days: ( mi) Gelbach Manor ( mi) Comfort Inn Warrensburg Station ( mi) Fairfield Inn & Suites Warrensburg ( mi) The Good House Bed and Breakfast ( mi) Super 8 by Wyndham Warrensburg; View all hotels near Those Were the Days on Tripadvisor4/5(29).
  8. Bradal
    Those were the days my friend We thought they'd never end We'd sing and dance forever and a day We'd live the life we choose We'd fight and never lose Those were the days, oh yes those were the days La la la la Through the door there came familiar laughter I saw your face and heard you call my name Oh my friend we're older but no wiser.

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