Rickie Lee's Childhood Favorites

I have so many, but I will narrow my list......

Who could forget Captain and Tenille's "Love will Keep Us Together?"

It was the time of the Carpenters.  I like just about everything they did, but "Ticket to Ride"  "I'll Say Good-Bye To Love" "For All We Know'  are my fav's

Jim Croce was alive and on the scene.  'Bad Bad Leroy Brown" and "You don't Mess Around with Jim" are unforgetable

"Freebird" was soaring.

"Sweet Home Alabama" was on its way to becoming a classic.

Everyone was singing Billy Joel's "Piano Man."

Fleetwood Mac blew us away with "Second Hand News" and "Dreams," "Over My Head" and we all learned about "Rhiannon."

some others I cant remember the artist "A Horse with no name" (America, I think), My Chevy Van, Sister Golden Hair Suprise,  "Signs"

And we all wanted to go to San Fransisco, and I learned about my Idol Bobby D. singing "Lay Lady Lay."

RickieLee RickieLee
46-50, F
Feb 11, 2010