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Welcome to another edition of Name That Tune; I’m Nancy, The Sicilian Storyteller and it’s my turn to toss out the questions.

Ok! Let’s see how you do this week with what I have prepared for you. And we’re off:

  1. The singer of today’s song was born on June 7, 1940 and is primarily of English descent. Hmmm. He received an OBE in 1998 and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 2005 for services to music.
  2. This campy 1965 tune was the singer’s second U.K. hit and is the theme song for a star-studded movie of the same name. The movie received mixed reviews and changed cast members several times before being released.
  3. Today’s wildly popular, hip-swiveling ‘sex-bomb‘ of a singer has the same name as a well-known period piece movie which was described as “bawdy as the British were bawdy when a wench had to…

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14 thoughts on “NAME THAT TUNE (MARCH 12, 2023)”

        1. I did not know that! Honestly, Friedrich, when will it end? Take a look at some of today’s music videos, their violent and overt sexual content and language. How are they acceptable and “Delilah” is not? Something is very wrong with society today. Next all the great tragic operas will be banned. Again I ask, when will it end?

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            1. This is what I read just now concerning the blacklisting of “Delilah”. If you have more info, I’d be interested in hearing it. Thanks Friedrich!

              “Tom Jones’ song “Delilah” has been axed from Welsh rugby games at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium, where fans have sung the song for years, leaving some divided over the change.

              “‘Delilah’ will not feature on the playlist for choirs for rugby internationals at Principality Stadium,” a stadium spokesperson said.

              “The WRU condemns domestic violence of any kind. We have previously sought advice from subject matter experts on the issue of censoring the song and we are respectfully aware that it is problematic and upsetting to some supporters because of its subject matter,” they added.”

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