1970s #1's by opening lyrics

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Opening lyricsTitleArtist
“Friday night and the lights are low, looking out for the place to go”
“He was on his way home from Candletop; been two weeks gone and he thought he'd stop”
“A long long time ago. I can still remember how that music used to make me smile”
“If you're thinkin' you're too cool to boogie, boy oh boy have I got news for you “
“I remember all my life, raining down as cold as ice.”
“On a dark desert highway, cool wind in my hair, warm smell of colitas, rising up through the air”
“Hey kids, shake it loose together, The spotlight's hitting something that's been known to change the weather”
“Daddy was a cop, on the east side of Chicago. Back in the USA, back in the bad old days “
'Sometimes in our lives we all have pain; we all have sorrow but if we are wise we know that there's always tomorrow '
“So many nights I sit by my window, waiting for someone to sing me his song”
“My child arrived just the other day, he came to the world in the usual way”
“At first I was afraid I was petrified, kept thinkin' I could never live without you by my side;”
“The marching band came down along main street. The soldier blues fell in behind”
“Stayed in bed all morning just to pass the time; there's something wrong here, there can be no denying”
“Jeremiah was a bullfrog, Was a good friend of mine”
“Strumming my pain with his fingers. Singing my life with his words.”
“Busted flat in Baton Rouge, headin' for the trains, feelin' nearly faded as my jeans”
“I solve my problems and I see the light; We got a lovin' thing, we gotta feed it right”
“Music is a world within itself with a language we all understand; with an equal opportunity for all to sing, dance and clap their hands ”
“She was black as the night; Louie he was whiter than white”
“Jesus loves the little children, all the little children of the world”
“Some people call me the space cowboy; some call me the gangster of love “
“I was tired of my lady, we'd been together too long. Like a worn-out recording of a favorite song”
“Love, soft as an easy chair; Love, fresh as the morning air “
Opening lyricsTitleArtist
“Danger in the shape of somethin' wild, stranger dressed in black she's a hungry child”
“I was a fool to ever leave your side, me minus you is such a lonely ride “
“Stuck inside these four walls, sent inside forever, never seeing no one nice again like you,”
“I can see her lying back in her satin dress, in a room where you do what you don't confess “
“Spring was never waiting for us, girll it ran one step ahead as we followed in the dance”
'I rode my bicycle past your window last night, I roller skated to your door at daylight”
“Who can take a sunrise, sprinkle it with dew,; cover it with chocolate and a miracle or two”
“I've been walking these streets so long, singin' the same old song. I know every crack in these dirty sidewalks of Broadway”
“Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk, I'm a woman's man: no time to talk”
“On the first part of the journey I was looking at all the life. There were plants and birds and rocks and thingss there was sand and hills and rings”
“There's a port on a western bay and it serves a hundred ships a day”
“No, I can't forget this evening or your face as you were leaving, but I guess that's just the way the story goes”
“Yeah, once I was a Boogie singer; Playin' in a Rock & Roll band “
“When you're weary - feeling small. When tears are in your eyes, I will dry them all “
“You fill up my senses like a night in a forest; like the mountains in springtime, like a walk in the rain.
“You walked into the party like you were walking onto a yacht”
“When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me speaking words of wisdom”
“L.A. proved too much for the man, so he's leavin' the life he's come to know”
“(Song Title) hear me roar in numbers too big to ignore”
“I was born in the wagon of a travellin' show, my mama used to dance for the money they'd throw”
“Goodbye to you my trusted friend, we've known each other since we were 9 or 10”
“Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields;sold in a market down in New Orleans.”
“Cryin' on my pillow, lonely in my bed -- then I heard a voice beside me, and she softly said “
“I'm coming home, I've done my time. Now I've got to know what is and is it mine.”

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