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Thread: Season 316 - The Sea, The Sea

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    The Sea is Full of ...it.

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    Here's another David Allan Coe song, off the same album that had "Seven mile bridge", I'm using this for one of my bonus songs cause it mentions a color of the sea, or ocean in this case.


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    Well I'm going for bonus option 2 here. The song mentions the Red Sea in the title and lyrics. It's a paoriginal written for season 316.

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    Seems I missed your instructions on the plural noun Ylle.

    1) Any song which mentions the sea by a band with a plural noun in the name the Beatles, The Monkees, Beach Boys etc.

    I wonder how many others are following this rule? I did go check on my song and I'm safe. It was done by the Heidelberg Quintet.

    The band name has to imply more than one person in the band.
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    This is a song we used to sing at school, The Mingulay Boat Song
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    Quote Originally Posted by lelouden View Post
    Seems I missed your instructions on the plural noun Ylle.

    1) Any song which mentions the sea by a band with a plural noun in the name the Beatles, The Monkees, Beach Boys etc.

    I wonder how many others are following this rule? I did go check on my song and I'm safe. It was done by the Heidelberg Quintet.

    The band name has to imply more than one person in the band.
    that's just for our first bonus song though, isn't it? we don't need a plural noun in the name, for our first three songs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bird's eye view of my ukelele View Post
    that's just for our first bonus song though, isn't it? we don't need a plural noun in the name, for our first three songs?
    Oh Yes! After rereading I see that it does apply to bonuses. Thanks Lynda!
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    i'm happy to share mine, it's not like i use it alot myself!!!!!!!!
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    "...Tumbling on the seas"

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