THE GREATEST VARIETY OF HITS AND RARITIES FROM THE MID 50'S THROUGH THE 70'S!
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Have you ever had a few words from a chorus stuck in your head for over 20 years, but you couldn't quite figure out what the song was? I got reunited with one of those songs today for the first time since hearing it on adult contemporary radio back in 1980. Nationally, it peaked out at #69, but in my old stomping grounds, you would have sworn it was a top 10 hit! The chorus went something like this: "You're taking all I've got and now you're leaving, ooohhhhh, baby don't go, I thought love was something to believe in, oooohhhhh, baby don't go..." Listen for it later on today on The Retro Attic! Thanks for the catchy tune, Karla!
Singer/Songwriter Karla Bonoff
Musical reunions with long-lost chart entries...you will soon realize that this is one of the main themes when you listen to The Retro Attic!