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Song Title Chain Game   Fun and Games

Started 11/10/18 by mdpetdoc; 796514 views.
LvlSlgr

From: LvlSlgr

Oct-3

All By Myself - Eric Carmen

Same title ... different song

All By Myself

Same title . . . waaaay different song :)
TinyFaerie
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From: TinyFaerie

Oct-3

All My Life - Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville

TinyFaerie
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From: TinyFaerie

Oct-3

Catch a Falling Star - Perry Como

Larpy

From: Larpy

Oct-3

Another Falling Star - Peter Cincotti

I highlighted the two words because I question the validity of going from the possessive star’s to the noun star.  Can’t remember this one coming up before.  The 2 words have different meanings and are not spelled the same.  We’ve been very picky with nouns.  Comments?

  • Edited October 3, 2020 8:29 pm  by  Larpy
TinyFaerie
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From: TinyFaerie

Oct-3

Shine Like a Star - Bob Marley

We allow going from a singular noun to a plural noun with different spellings: man to men, for example.  One man is different from men (the gender is the same but it 'men' indicates more than one, so it has a different meaning :)

In the case of 'man up' it's a gerund ~ a noun that acts like a verb. Not that this has any real context here . . . it just popped into my head :)

This has come up before and I do believe it was agreed that possessives are OK.

Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy

CC to Larpy
TinyFaerie
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From: TinyFaerie

Oct-3

If I Were a Boy - Beyonce

LvlSlgr

From: LvlSlgr

Oct-3

I found where we had one before and apparently no one questioned it.

Player's Ball - This was msg 14410 posted by TinyFaerie on Aug.19

Hope She Cheats on You (With a Basketball Player) - This was msg 14411 posted by Dhyani on the same date

There have probably been others before that, but once I found this one I quit looking at my spreadsheets.

As for the meaning of the word - it states in the rules the words can have different meaning such as "bow" as in tying your shoes or "bow" as in bow and arrows.

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