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What early Roy Orbison hit did Glen Campbell cover in 1970?


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No idea.

But thank you Doc!

I always learn something.

And I hope you are doing well health-wise

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What early Roy Orbison hit did Glen Campbell cover in 1970?



I'll guess Gentle on my Mind.

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etaoin22 wrote:
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What early Roy Orbison hit did Glen Campbell cover in 1970?

I want it to be Wichita Lineman.

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Just as an aside - in 1965 I saw the Beach Boys at Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto and Glen Campbell was an unknown guy replacing Brian Wilson while he was sitting in his sandbox.

The opening act was Sonny & cher.


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etaoin22 wrote:
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What early Roy Orbison hit did Glen Campbell cover in 1970?


It's Over

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Roy Orbison: Dream Baby.

As covered by Glen Campbell:

Title: Sweet Dreams Baby.

And that is what is wished now. Have a good week. And thoughts for those up to more serious and solemn things this weekend.


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etaoin22 wrote:
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What early Roy Orbison hit did Glen Campbell cover in 1970?

I want it to be Wichita Lineman.


That's what SteelersFan says too.

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Roy Orbison: Dream Baby.

As covered by Glen Campbell:

Title: Sweet Dreams Baby.

And that is what is wished now. Have a good week. And thoughts for those up to more serious and solemn things this weekend.



Dang! That's right! I forgot about that!

Although I could swear he sang It's Over as well.

Well, Dream Baby is the proper answer, at any rate.

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ToLiveIsToFly wrote:
Thanks for letting me play, all. I'll be here seldom, but I'll always have fun.



Thanks for stopping by. I think it is fun to do a bored game in "real time" once a week. In fact, I find it, shall I say, addctive, which is why I keep doing it. (and I found doing an LS or a QoD much harder work....).

And I think we cover a lot of fun stuff and other stuff over time..


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ToLiveIsToFly wrote:
Thanks for letting me play, all. I'll be here seldom, but I'll always have fun.



Thanks for stopping by. I think it is fun to do a bored game in "real time" once a week. In fact, I find it, shall I say, addctive, which is why I keep doing it. (and I found doing an LS or a QoD much harder work....).

And I think we cover a lot of fun stuff and other stuff over time..


We do, too.

Well done!

Oh yeah ---

GO STEELERS!!!!!!

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etaoin22 wrote:
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What early Roy Orbison hit did Glen Campbell cover in 1970?


Rhinestone Cowboy


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etaoin22 wrote:
ToLiveIsToFly wrote:
Thanks for letting me play, all. I'll be here seldom, but I'll always have fun.



Thanks for stopping by. I think it is fun to do a bored game in "real time" once a week. In fact, I find it, shall I say, addctive, which is why I keep doing it. (and I found doing an LS or a QoD much harder work....).

And I think we cover a lot of fun stuff and other stuff over time..


Thank you, DrCanadaGuy.

always a pleasure.


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