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What song was No.1 on the day you were born?
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18 Dec 2007 08:54 AM
    OK, now you have loads of time at work to mess about...

    Have you ever done this? http://www.thisdayinmusic.com

    It shows you what song was at No.1 on the day you were born.

    (Go to 'Birthday No.1' at the top of the site).

    My number 1's are:
    'You're So Vain' by Carly Simon in the US
    'Long Haired Lover From Liverpool' by Little Jimmy Osmond in the UK
    'Ben' by Michael Jackson in Australia

    Some are better than others!
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    18 Dec 2007 09:39 AM
    Blondie's "Heart of Glass" in the UK & Rod Stewart's "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" in both Oz & The U.S.!!
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    18 Dec 2007 11:43 AM
    mine r 'give it up' kc and the sunshine band in the uk
    'every breath you take'- the police in the us and flashdance... what a feeling in australic. I dont no how 2 take dem!?!?
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    19 Dec 2007 12:12 AM
    Relax - Frankie Goes to Hollywood - UK
    Karma Chameleon - Culture Club - America
    Original Sin - INXS - Australia
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    19 Dec 2007 12:22 AM
    Joe Dolce shut up ya face...ughhhhh.........if i was born a moth earlier it would have been bryan ferry jealous guy
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    19 Dec 2007 12:31 AM
    Whatza matta you? Gotta no respect?

    Absolute classic tune - beats Ferry's Karaoke jobbie by miles!
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    19 Dec 2007 12:40 AM
    UK: Young Love by Donny Osmond
    US & AUS: Delta Dawn by Helen Reddy (emm, never heard of it and it makes me sound old!)

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    19 Dec 2007 02:13 AM
    Posted By PeterQuaife on 19 Dec 2007 2:40 AM
    UK: Young Love by Donny Osmond
    US & AUS: Delta Dawn by Helen Reddy (emm, never heard of it and it makes me sound old!)

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    It'd make you about 10 years older than Trix anyhow!
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    19 Dec 2007 02:15 AM
    And probably a year or so younger than Mudbug... the ould farts of this thread!
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    19 Dec 2007 02:46 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 19 Dec 2007 4:13 AM
    Posted By PeterQuaife on 19 Dec 2007 2:40 AM
    UK: Young Love by Donny Osmond
    US & AUS: Delta Dawn by Helen Reddy (emm, never heard of it and it makes me sound old!)

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    It'd make you about 10 years older than Trix anyhow!




    Ah I feel like a little baby now!!!
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    19 Dec 2007 02:48 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 19 Dec 2007 4:13 AM
    Posted By PeterQuaife on 19 Dec 2007 2:40 AM
    UK: Young Love by Donny Osmond
    US & AUS: Delta Dawn by Helen Reddy (emm, never heard of it and it makes me sound old!)

    PQ




    It'd make you about 10 years older than Trix anyhow!




    I was throwing shapes to Karma Chameleon at school discos when it had just come out. Nearer the knackers yard now.....

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    19 Dec 2007 02:58 AM
    When I was a kid I thought if I got as far as the 21st Century, I'd be living in a space ship, like Buck Rogers... now I'm in a house on the north west coast of Ireland, I can't help but feeling a little bit hard-done-by!
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    Anna Murray

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    19 Dec 2007 06:28 AM
    UK: Always on my mind - Pet Shop Boys,
    US: Faith - George Michael
    AUS: Never Gonna Give you Up - Rick Astley

    hee hee heee.

    Anywhere to find out what was no.1 in Ireland?
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    19 Dec 2007 12:47 PM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 19 Dec 2007 4:58 AM
    When I was a kid I thought if I got as far as the 21st Century, I'd be living in a space ship, like Buck Rogers... now I'm in a house on the north west coast of Ireland, I can't help but feeling a little bit hard-done-by!




    your up in God's country!

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    20 Dec 2007 12:47 AM
    I wouldn't exactly call Sligo, "God's Country"....!
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    20 Dec 2007 02:27 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 20 Dec 2007 2:47 AM
    I wouldn't exactly call Sligo, "God's Country"....!




    good call, thought you where talking about Donegal!

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    20 Dec 2007 03:25 AM
    Posted By PeterQuaife on 20 Dec 2007 4:27 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 20 Dec 2007 2:47 AM
    I wouldn't exactly call Sligo, "God's Country"....!




    good call, thought you where talking about Donegal!

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    Christ, no!! Donegal is possibly the most depressing county in Ireland - it's politically part of the republic, but looks, feels & smells like Nordieland. Though it does have Bundoran... "the seaside town that they forgot to bomb"... and Killybegs - the home of frozen battered cod!
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    20 Dec 2007 03:33 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 20 Dec 2007 5:25 AM
    Posted By PeterQuaife on 20 Dec 2007 4:27 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 20 Dec 2007 2:47 AM
    I wouldn't exactly call Sligo, "God's Country"....!




    good call, thought you where talking about Donegal!

    PQ




    Christ, no!! Donegal is possibly the most depressing county in Ireland - it's politically part of the republic, but looks, feels & smells like Nordieland. Though it does have Bundoran... "the seaside town that they forgot to bomb"... and Killybegs - the home of frozen battered cod!




    Nordieland, zzz zzz....but we are also a milion miles away from your wanna be West Britain. Bundoran? Each year a gathering of us meet during summer solstice as the sun dips in an attempt to push Bundoran into Leitrim...we are getting closer, maybe next year!

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    20 Dec 2007 04:12 AM
    Posted By PeterQuaife on 20 Dec 2007 5:33 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 20 Dec 2007 5:25 AM
    Posted By PeterQuaife on 20 Dec 2007 4:27 AM
    Posted By starbelgrade on 20 Dec 2007 2:47 AM
    I wouldn't exactly call Sligo, "God's Country"....!




    good call, thought you where talking about Donegal!

    PQ




    Christ, no!! Donegal is possibly the most depressing county in Ireland - it's politically part of the republic, but looks, feels & smells like Nordieland. Though it does have Bundoran... "the seaside town that they forgot to bomb"... and Killybegs - the home of frozen battered cod!




    Nordieland, zzz zzz....but we are also a milion miles away from your wanna be West Britain. Bundoran? Each year a gathering of us meet during summer solstice as the sun dips in an attempt to push Bundoran into Leitrim...we are getting closer, maybe next year!

    PQ




    HAHAHA!!! It's no more than Leitrim deserves!!! As for "west brits".. I agree with you there - the south is more british than it cares to admit, more american than it realises, and less european than it pretends to be, but that's modern Ireland I suppose.
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    Kevin Coleman

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    20 Dec 2007 05:32 AM
    Great country this, everyone has a job. I dont feel British.

    "your wanna be West Britain"

    and you wonder why in the North everything looks like its stuck in 1985.

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