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June 30, 2018: It's Over Now (Alternative Version) by Team StarKid

I nominate this song, because it continues to inspire me everyday. The lyrics are relatable, and are motivational.

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Preferred Date: June 30, 2018 (Release date of Little White Lie)

June 29, 2018: Appreciated by Rixton

I nominated this song because I was feeling really bad but I heard this song and I don't think it was a coincidence, I was meant to listen to it and now it helps me get by.

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June 28, 2018: Luckenbach, Texas by Christian Kane

I nominate this song because it is the only remake of this song that ranks right up near the original by Waylon Jennings. It shows off the talent and voice of the singer, Christian Kane. The upbeat tempo makes you happy.

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June 27, 2018: Another Irish Drinking Song by Da Vinci's Notebook

I nominated this song because it is a great song with funny lyrics and makes me feel like the world can still be sad but you can have a positive spin to it.

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June 26, 2018: Voltes V No Uta by Mitsuko Horie

This brings me to the past. A very nostalgic and beautiful song.

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June 25, 2018: Friends by Led Zeppelin

It’s compassion in the midst of sadness and ignorance. With an unusual tempo and acoustic sound for the group, it shows their versatility.

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June 24, 2018: Stupid Einstein by The Three O'Clock

I'm from the 80s and this song is so 80s. Kind of forgotten, it's up-beat and catchy. Happy music.

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June 23, 2018: I'm A Rambler, I'm A Gambler by The Irish Rovers

I sing it to myself often... I love music sung by The Rovers and other Celtic music. Ancestry is in my bones. It's a primordial awareness wired into my psyche.

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June 22, 2018: The Scarecrow by Circulus

A beautifully written folk rock ditty from the 90s (I believe). Chops will send you into a glorious trance.

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June 21, 2018: In the Summertime by Mungo Jerry

One of the best-selling singles of all time, and reaching #1 around the world, it's a fun, bouncy celebration of the carefree days of summer. It's a bit sad that, as a one-hit wonder, this will be what Mungo Jerry remains known for, but you have to admit that Ray Dorset knows how to write a pop song.

Preferred Date: June 21, 2018 (first day of summer)
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June 20, 2018: My Destiny by Dove Cameron

I nominated this song because it is inspirational, my favorite, and has a good meaning.

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June 19, 2018: Only Love by Pet Shop Boys

The present generations need to know about love and this song has a lot to of love in it.

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June 18, 2018: Two Of Us by オノ・アヤコ (Ayako Ono)

I nominated this song because it came from a Doki Doki Literature Club animation and sounds really nice

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June 17, 2018: Could It Be Forever by David Cassidy

Admire the melody, the rendition, the artist. The song is a wishful song for me... Wishing David Cassidy were still around.

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June 16, 2018: I Am The Goddess by Lisa Thiel

It has always inspired me. I first heard Lisa Thiel's angelic voice and Goddess and indigenous and Buddhist homage songs in 1986. I fell in love.

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June 15, 2018: Stomp Down Rider by Blind Willie McTell

I nominated this song because everyone should hear this rollicking little blues ditty. Much fun to sing along too.

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June 14, 2018: Cat-Scan Hist'ry by The Blue Aeroplanes

Heard them on Marc Riley in session and thought this should be heard again... 30 years after I first saw them live. It's beautiful, very acoustic and rhythmic and in the 'drought of this day and age' very of now...

('Though I know that the river is dry...' - The Rover by B. Springsteen) and
The Boy in the Bubble... (B. Aeroplanes and Paul Simon - Graceland)
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June 13, 2018: Other Father Song by They Might Be Giants

It's a great song from an amazing animated movie. Coraline Wikipedia16 is a good movie and the song adds so much life to it.

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June 12, 2018: All To You by Ellen McIlwaine

This song is timeless and beyond the transcendence of the music. The lyrics are important and seem to be particularly relevant to most people's perspectives at this point in time. Thank you Ellen

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June 11, 2018: Theme From Jurassic Park by John Williams

This song is nominated to celebrate the 25th anniversary of one of the greatest films of all time, Jurassic Park. The violin riff is very uplifting.

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Preferred Date: June 11, 2018 (25th anniversary of Jurassic Park)

June 10, 2018: Sunday (KlangTherapeuten Remix) by Max Manie

This song is so smooth that the beats feel like they are rocking me to sleep

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June 09, 2018: Under Moonshine by The Moody Blues

Under Moonshine is a great feel-good song about not being able to see a dream through and losing someone in life through death or not, it's a great story and good listening. This song is also written by rock musician Ray Thomas who passed away suddenly on January 4th 2018 and the fact that it is on the 1978 album

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Preferred Date: June 9, 2018 (40th anniversary of Octave; a 1978 album by The Moody Blues)

June 08, 2018: Cinnamon Girl by (Dunkelbunt)

I nominated this song because it's incredibly catchy and fun to listen to. I love how it mixes both English and French.

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June 07, 2018: Submerged by Spock's Beard

An excellent flipping off the ex post break-up song.

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June 06, 2018: I Know You're Out There Somewhere by The Moody Blues

What I find interesting about this song that it was a sequel to Your Wildest Dreams as the lyrics continue the story from the latter. It was the Moody Blues' last Top 40 hit.

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Preferred Date: June 6, 2018 (30th anniversary of the album, Sur la Mer.)

June 05, 2018: Pick Yourself Up by Fred Astaire

With all the fires destroying people's lives in the State of California at this time I want to share this song with them.

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June 04, 2018: Do You Believe In The Westworld? by Theatre Of Hate

It is the future now and Kirk was way ahead of us all and selfless and like a hod. The best band.

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June 03, 2018: Hilang Dalam Terang by Search

It's beautiful, dramatic, powerful and full of emotion.

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June 02, 2018: Save Me by Remy Zero

An apt choice as the theme song to Smallville, it's a perfect homage to the superhero Clark Kent is destined to become. It's hard to believe Remy Zero only recorded three albums, but with its driving rhythm, I can see why the song helped The Golden Hum become a hit.

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June 01, 2018: Dalai Lama by Mecano

Because it was this song released around this time in 1991 that was one of the first songs I'd hum along to when working in Gibraltar, where I spent four months improving my Spanish.

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