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February 14, 2009


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I am dancing....I am dancing.....

Thank you Stacey and David...

Next time we go on a cruise, you have to dance with me....

How about - Rock the Boat by the Hughes Corporation; Keep it Coming, Love by KC and the Sunshine Band; Last Dance by Donna Summer; Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel by Tavares; How Deep Is Your Love by the Bee Gees; I Just Want To Be Your Everything by Andy Gibb; Best of My Love by the Emotions -


lol @ poems in polyester

The only song I recognize is this: Pull Up to the Bumper

I wonder if Cherly Lynn's "Encore" counts as disco.

I remember "Encore," but I forget how it goes. Speaking of which, "Encore, encore" to Emma & Didi!

Laura - good ones. And I sure liked your sad-sweet homage-to-disco poem.

Michelle and Missy - You are not going to believe it, but I also bought a Cheryl Lynn album that night too.

Love it!

Hi Didi & Emma! This is a great list of songs. Dancing in my seat just thinking about 'em, especially Donna Summer! I just have to add La Freak, Knock on Wood, Oogie Oogie Boogie, and the absolute greatest dance-floor make-out song "How deep is your love," indeed. But I'm leavin this post with my favorite Bay City Rollers -- scream it aloud with me ladies: "S-A-T-U-R-T-U-R-DAY! S-A-T-U-R-T-U-R-DAY!"

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