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Q: Finding an old song from the 1970s -- I think ( Answered,   1 Comment )
Subject: Finding an old song from the 1970s -- I think
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: woobundo-ga
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Posted: 23 Jun 2004 11:10 PDT
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Question ID: 365161
Can you help me find the song -- I believe it was called Danny?  The
some of the words are -- 'Dirty little face and two big laughing eyes,
nothing could replace your look of half surprise
Subject: Re: Finding an old song from the 1970s -- I think
Answered By: knowledge_seeker-ga on 23 Jun 2004 23:20 PDT
Hi woobundo!

Thanks to a lead by researcher Smudgy-ga, and to the lyrics posted by
Pinkfreud, I was able to find your song.

The song you are looking for is ?Danny is a Mirror to Me? by Bobby
Goldsboro, released as a single in 1971 on the B side of ?Poem For My
Little Lady.?  It was also released on Bobby?s album, ?Come Back Home?
(Track 9) in 1971.

Sammy's Record Shop

MSN Entertainment ? Bobby Goldsboro

I was unable to find the lyrics, so instead, for your listening
pleasure, I?ve posted an mp3 version of the song for you to download


If you use Internet Explorer, right click on the song title and choose
?Save Target As? to download the file. Let me know when you?ve got it,
and I?ll remove it from the site.

Happy listening! Hope it brings back good memories. 

Subject: Re: Finding an old song from the 1970s -- I think
From: pinkfreud-ga on 23 Jun 2004 11:20 PDT
Someone else is also looking for this song. A few more lyrics:

"Dirty little face, two big laughin eyes
 Nothing could replace that look of half surprise
 When I come home, 'hey what'd you bring to me'
 That's him, That's Danny

 Smart as he can be
 Always on the run
 Though he's only 3, you'd swear he's 21"

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