MM – It’s The Same Old Song

Another Motown classic from 1966 😉

Four Tops
“It’s The Same Old Song”

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  1. Ian@Unofficial Chart Blog
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    LOVE IT – Thanks for sharing Steve xxxx

  2. Liz
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    I love it too! Happy MM!

  3. BruNo
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    Hi Steve! I’m back! Feels like a long time since my last visit here… 🙂

    As usual, you always have some great classics in MM, and most of them are stuffs I’ve never heard of. Just like this one…though their Sugar Pie Honey Bunch is one of my faves.

    Have a fabulous week and happy MM!

    BruNo (a.k.a. CAT)

  4. Mike Golch
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    It’s been a while since I have heard anything by the Four Tops.thanks for sharing this great tune.

  5. Steve says:

    Reminds me of my younger days. My Mother would play the Four Tops while I was in my crib… NOT!

    Have a great music Monday!

  6. Mirage says:

    Motown for the win!

  7. Star says:

    I was still in the rainbow when that song been released. Anyways, I enjoyed the song and I love the way they dance. I am sure I can dance with them, lol.

  8. Comedy Plus
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    Love this one. I so remember listening to this one over and over.

    Have a terrific MM Steve. 🙂

  9. Bill says:

    Great song. I remember that from back in the day. Happy MM to you my friend. : )

  10. chie says:

    it’s nice to hear old songs…i bet this is one of the songs mom used to play in our karaoke early morning to wake us up to school

  11. LOVE it – you know i was born in Liverpool and prior to that my parents hung out in The Tavern where The Beatles started. My Dad dj’d while at school, and my Mom dated Jerry Marsden … my Dad will still not listen to Ferry across the Mersey 😉

  12. I love the classic songs, great choice! Happy MM 🙂