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Angie of King Ben’s Grandma and l would like to wish you all, all you fellow earthlings a wicked wacky Wednesday! Stay safe folks, stay sane and stay healthy!

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I love the 50's

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All this week – Monday through to Sunday – the 13th – 19th is the 1950’s – drop me your artist choices in the comments section and l’ll make sure your choices are dedicated to you each day!

Today we have Part 3 for Lennon Liberated

Have yourself a totally fantastic Rocking and a Rolling Wednesday Lennon!

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You Send Me – Sam Cooke – 1957

Chances Are – Johnny Mathis – 1958

Sixteen Candles – The Crests – 1959

Yakety Yak – The Coasters – 1958

Walkin’ After Midnight – Patsy Cline – 1957

1950’s Bonus

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It seems that every time I stick my neck out, I get my foot into something else.

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Have a totally awesome day folks!

Be safe and healthy!

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If you could give a day another name what would it be? Let me know below!

Looking for 1950’s song requests for Friday, Saturday and Sunday?

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    1. Well my goodness Paula, you surely have to be careful what you wish for … let me see …oh oh and more oh, that’s just happenes to be a full 7 day lineup!!

  1. Are you feeling Wickedly Wacky today? Are you hopping and bopping to the cool beats Daddy-o?
    That Patsy Cline quote is great! I’m always getting my foot into something myself🙄🤪😂

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    1. Hey Lennon, my absolute pleasure, here’s wishing you a lovely Wednesday anytime you want a dedication just drop me a comment on one of The Hello posts – you are always welcome 🙂

  2. Thank you, Rory, for the great “50’s” music this week! We have all Be-Bopped along with the tunes, including the Featheries. 😊
    My first job was at Rose’s 5 & 10 in 1955. With my very first paycheck I bought my very first record. 😊 It was “16 Tons” by Tennessee Ernie Ford. He was a family favorite, because my Mother and her siblings went to school with him. Another one I remember buying was Johnny Cash’s “I Walk the Line”, because there was something about it, and him, I especially liked.
    Here is a list from Bud for you: Bill Haley and the Comets – “Rock Around the Clock”; “Sea Cruise” – Frankie Ford; “Do You Want to Dance” – Bobby Freeman; “Ain’t Got No Home” – Clarence Frogman Henry and “Tallahassee Lassie” by Freddy Cannon.
    Hope this finds you and Suze doing well and staying happily involved with your many wonderful projects!
    Thanks again for all the thought and effort you put into your posts to inspire and promote interaction amongst us all. You are deeply appreciated!
    Here’s hoping you have a good night and find the rest of the week most enjoyable! 😊

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