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  1. You Know You're A Baby Boomer. by Amy Gold. Never trust anyone over 30 40 50 60 70 Family watching TV, Being a baby boomer means a lot more than just being born between and It is a state of mind and a set of shared cultural experiences of what it was like for most of us growing up in the s, s, and s - the sights.
  2. How do you do? - radio edit Lyrics: How do you do / You like me and I like you / Come and take me by the hand / Cuz I wanna be your friend / How do you do / You like me and I like you / Say how do.
  3. On 3 January , "You've Got the Love" climbed 18 places to a new peak of number 13 on the UK Singles Chart after its use in the last episode of Gavin & Stacey on 1 January One week later, on 10 January , the song peaked at number five in its .
  4. You've got the music in you Don't let go You've got the music in you One dance left This world is gonna pull through Don't give up You've got a reason to live Can't forget We only get what we give I'm comin' home baby You're tops, give it to me now Four A.M. we ran a miracle mile We're flat broke but hey we do it in style The bad rich.
  5. Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make Anyone A Great Singer If you've been walking the same old road for miles and miles If you've been hearing the same old voice tell the same old lies If you're trying to fill the same old holes inside There's a better life There's a better life If you've got pain He's a pain taker If you feel lost He's a way maker If you need freedom or saving He's a.
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  7. The lyrics of the Baby Boomer Generation will always have a place close to the hearts of the people who grew up listening. They're the words that described the best of times and helped in the hardest of times. So, Baby Boomers, if you think you remember the lyrics that defined your generation, this is your chance. Take the quiz to see your score!
  8. You know where you were and who you were with when you watched Neil Armstrong’s “small step for man and giant leap for mankind”. You knew how to jump double dutch in the school yard. If you lived in or traveled through the South (in the U.S.), you had to use a .

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