Break-Up, Make Up
There was nothing like young love or at least that is what we thought back in the sixties. Do you remember your first love, your first kiss, or even your first date with that somebody special. Perhaps you married your high school sweetheart or wondered "what if?"
Reflecting back to that time and to that "special someone" is something everybody does at one time or another, even at our age.
Do you recall when you started going together, the songs that were playing when you two were an item? On the other side of the record, do you remember the heartbreak when that someone special broke the news that they had found somebody else or just wanted to shop around or perhaps a silly argument resulted in both of you departing ways. The best part was the make up after the breakup. My first love's breakup line was "Don't Sleep In The Subway, a song then big by Petula Clark.
Well this jukebox is Break Up, Make Up. Featured will be songs of breakup, makeup butalso will include the adult contemporary song "With Pen In Hand," a song talking of the tragedy of divorce and children. Remembrance when your friends and family did not approve of your new love and ketp telling you that this person is not good enough for you. I believe it happened to everybody and really spoiled what could have been some loving relationships. Family and friends thought they knew what was good for you. Sometimes they did. Gene Pitney says it better "Only Love Can Break A Heart" but the next line sums it up well also, "Only Love Can Mend It Again." Enjoy the music. If you can think of another 60s song that belongs on jukebox email me at email@example.com
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