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Elvis Medley...Sam Cook... GooGooDolls...Funk...Hair Band...Andrew Sisters?...Moam...

Do we know enough to try and guess what Clay will have in his Concert...Try and make a guess...

list down 10 to 24 songs you think will be on the set list. we will see who can guess the most songs.

You can make/edit predictions until the 6pm ET on July 28...

Who will have the bragging rights of having the best insight into Clay's musical taste...

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HA! He said ONE HUNDRED SONGS and that's what you're gonna get! And I want my prize presented on Clay's new talk show.

In alphabetically order by artist to keep it simple:

To Live and Die in L.A. (2Pac) yeah, I know I'm wrong

When I'm Gone (3 Doors Down)

Sukiyaki (A Taste of Honey)

For The Good Times (Al Green)

How Much I Feel (Ambrosia)

House of the Rising Sun (Animals)

Sugar, Sugar (the Archies) BOO YAH!

Day Dreaming (Aretha Franklin)

I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (B.J. Thomas)

Feel Like Makin' Love (Bad Company)

Hello, Stranger (Barbara Lewis & Jerry Butler)

Mandy/Read 'Em and Weep (Barry Manilow) BOO YAH!

Can't Buy Me Love/Let It Be (the Beatles) BOO YAH!

To Love Somebody/How Deep Is Your Love (the BeeGees) BOO YAH!

Let It Be Me (Betty Everett)

Use Me/Ain't No Sunshine (Bill Withers)

Stir It Up (Bob Marley)

We've Got Tonight (Bob Seger)

My Perogative (Bobby Brown)

I'll Make Love to You (Boyz II Men)

I'm On Fire (Bruce Springsteen)

Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye (The Casinos)

Because You Loved Me (Celine Dion)

I Want You To Want Me (Cheap Trick)

You're the Inspiration (Chicago)

No Particular Place to Go (Chuck Berry)

Jesus Is Love/Brick House/Just To Be Close To You (the Commodores)

Gangsta's Paradise (Coolio)

Treat Her Like a Lady (Cornelius Brothers)

Karma Chameleon (Culture Club)

Leader of the Band/Longer (Dan Fogelberg)

I Can Dream About You (Dan Hartman)

Knock Three Times (Tony Orlando and Dawn)

Some Guys Have All The Luck (Derrick Herriot)

Survivor (Destiny's Child)

The Heart of the Matter (Don Henley)

The Cover of the Rolling Stone (Dr. Hook)

Under The Boardwalk (The Drifters)

Take It To The Limit (the Eagles)

Step by Step (Eddie Rabbitt)

Oh Happy Day (Edwin Hawkins Singers)

Daniel/Levon/Philadelphia Freedom (Elton John)

Heartbreak Hotel/Teddy Bear/Jailhouse Rock/Devil In Disguise (Elvis Presley) DOUBLE BOO YAH!

Lose Yourself (Eninem)

I Want To Know What Love Is (Foreigner)

December, 1963/My Eyes Adored You (the Four Seasons) BOO YAH!

Reach Out I'll Be There/Baby I Need Your Loving (Four Tops) BOO YAH!

One More Try/Careless Whisper (George Michael)

Bad To The Bone (George Thorogood)

I Just Wanna Stop (Gino Vanelli)

She's Gone (Hall and Oates)

Always and Forever (Heatwave)

Let Her Cry (Hootie & the Blowfish)

Theme From Shaft (Isaac Hayes)

I'll Be There/ABC (Jackson 5)

Take Me Home Country Roads (John Denver)

Poor Side of Town (Johnny Rivers)

Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin' (Journey)

Please Don't Go (KC & the Sunshine Band)

Beth (KISS)

When I Need You (Leo Sayer)

Do You Believe In Magic (Lovin' Spoonful)

What's Your Fantasy (Ludacris)

Like A Prayer (Madonna)

What's Going On (Marvin Gaye)

Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad (Meatloaf)

Man In the Mirror (Michael Jackson)

Devil In A Blue Dress (Mitch Ryder)

Daydream Believer (the Monkees) BOO YAH!

E.I. (Nelly)

Backstabbers (the O'Jays)

Loves Me Like a Rock/Kodachrome/Scarborough Fair/BOTW (Paul Simon)

Every Breath You Take (Police)

Cream (Prince)

Bohemian Rhapsody (Queen) BOO YAH! - Hey, Scaramouche counts!

Forever and Ever, Amen (Randy Travis)

Hit The Road Jack/I Can't Stop Loving You (Ray Charles)

Never Gonna Give You Up (Rick Astley) BOO YAH!

Addicted to Love (Robert Palmer)

Brown Sugar (Rolling Stones)

Crying (Roy Orbison)

Cupid/Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me (Sam Cooke)

Get Closer (Seals & Croft)

More Love/Cruisin'/Ooh Baby Baby/Tracks of My Tears (Smokey Robinson)

Who Am I (Snoop Dogg)

Respect Yourself (Staple Singers)

Born to Be Wild (Steppenwolfe)

Higher Love (Steve Winwood)

You Make Me Feel Brand New/Break Up to Make Up (Stylistics)

Just My Imagination/Papa Was A Rolling Stone (Temptations)

Unbreak My Heart (Toni Braxton)

Nobody Knows (Tony Rich Project)'

In the Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett)

Fever by whoever

I did at least bold the more likely ones.

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Wow Kandre, you actually gave 100 songs..cool

when I first heard 100 songs...I thought...shoot what about the set list game...

well this means the chances of getting things right is bigger...

but I still can;t put my list together...I know I will go through my Ipod and choose my top 100 favorite songs...off to make the list!

DON'T forget his own songs....

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40s

As Time Goes By

Sentimental Journey

My funny Valentine

I'll Be Seeing You

Unforgettable

Here's That Rainy Day

Route 66

50s

Chances Ar

That'll Be the Day

Mona Lisa

Days of Wine and Roses

Moon River

Rock Around the Clock

Hound Dog

Jailhouse Rock

Breaking Up is Hard to Do

60s

What's Goin' On

A Change is Gonna Come

Eight Days a Week

Here There Everywhere

Little Help From My Friiends

And I Love Her

Scarborough Fair

Sound of Silence

70s

Your Song

Remenessing

I Don't Want to be Lonely Tonight

Got to Get You Into My Life

In My Life

Fire & Rain

80s, 90's and 00....I'll have to do those tomorrow! LOL

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Do you all really think there will be 100 songs? Thats a lot even with lots of medleys. Thought maybe he could have been exaggerating (humorously). Anyway, it sure will be fun to find out. No way I'm going to try to do all 100, but

K'Andre, girl, I'm impressed. So, I'll just try to do my best guess of 10 to 24, and they're not in any particular order.

I think a rockin" Old Time Rock n Roll / Bob Seger would be a great way to open the show.

Old Time Rock and Roll - Bob Seger

BOTW- Simon and Garfunkel

You Send Me -

Chain Gang - Sam Cooke

Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me - Mel Carter

Jail House Rock-

Can't Help Falling in Love-

All Shook Up- Elvis

Crying- Roy Orbison

Unchained Melody- Righteous Bros

That'll Be the Day- Buddy Holly

My Girl-

Stand by Me-

I Can't Help Myself - Motown

Country Roads - John Denver

Boogie Woogie Bugleboy- Andrew Sister (by backups)

In the Still Of the Night -

Good Night Sweeheart - DooWop

Long and Winding Road-

She Loves You-

Something - The Beatles

Don't let the Sun Go

Down on Me - Elton John

Invisible-

The Way-

Well, I did go back and delete some to get my 24. I have to admit anything from

mid-seventies through 90's my mind is a little blank. This will be fun to watch.

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pokes ansa to put her selections up

Once we get a certain arbitary number of posts a poll shall go up! I will probably make it overly complicated but it shall be semi-scientific if you make wild leaps regarding definitions.

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I posted some song wishes on Best of Clay a while ago... here's my list:

1950's - Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me, Dream Lover, Unchained Melody, In the Still of the Night, Put Your Head on My Shoulder

1960's - The Way You Look Tonight, Roses are Red by Bobby Vinton, When a Man Loves a Woman, Mrs. Robinson (not really, but wouldn't that be funny? )

1970's - Superstition by Stevie Wonder (I think he'd do an interesting version of this), Some Kind of Wonderful

1980's - anything by Billy Joel, Every Little Thing She Does is Magic by The Police, Broken Wings by Mr. Mister, Higher Love by Steve Winwood,

1990's - Can't Stop This Thing We Started by Bryan Adams, Place in This World by Michael W. Smith

2000's - Home by Michael Buble, Feel by Robbie Williams (or is that 1990's?), new songs from his upcoming album!

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There is an old song from the late 40s or 50s by Nat King Cole that is so beautiful. It is called Nature Boy and the lyrics are:

There was a boy

A very strange enchanted boy

They say he wandered very far, very far

Over land and sea

A little shy and sad of eye

But very wise was he

And then one day

A magic day he passed my way

And while we spoke of many things

Fools and kings

This he said to me

"The greatest thing you'll ever learn

Is just to love and be loved in return"

That song has always reminded me of Clay; and most recently with his UNICEF travels.

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Well I know diddly squat from 1990 until Clay reawakened my interest in music, so my list is heavily pre-1990. I worked from two theories (Now don't go stealing my brilliantly wunnerful idears, eh! <snerk>):

1. Clay will try to hit most of the major 'themes' within pop music (rock, folk era, hippies, disco, Brit invasion #1

2. This will be his one chance to give his fans the songs they heard him sing on AI so he'll fit in as many of those as possible. ... plus some old demo stuff.

Part of me wants only songs that I haven't heard him sing before, but part would be thrilled to hear him sing BMUB, TLS and Everlasting love in person. They are what fed the early stages of my addiction. {;-D) I would imagine each song would get a great reaction from casual fans who haven't downloaded everything that exisis and listened to it a bajillion times. (And "Yes!" I pretty much did ignore Michael Jackson. This is my dream list and he doesn't exist beyond the age of 10. It's payback for hurting my precious Sir Paul, the Cute Beatle!)

Read 'em and weep. (That's what I'll be doing when I see how few of these actually make his list!) In several cases, I had an artist all picked out but simply could not decide between the last two songs as I eliminated down from 200ish songs. I lurve my music! I don't care about points anyway. Unless I win the game. Then try to shut me up! Heh!

Lessee how I did ...

1950-- preBeatles 60’s:

Hold me, Thrill Me Kiss Me - Mel Carter

Mona Lisa/Too Young - Nat "King" Cole

What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong

Earth Angel - Penguins

Sh-Boom - Chords

Since I Don't Have You - Skyliners

Why Do Fools Fall In Love - Teenagers

That'll Be The Day / Peggy Sue - Buddy Holly

Bye Bye Love/Wake up Little Susie - Everly Brothers

Mack The Knife - Bobby Darin

Dream Lover Bobby Darrin

Can't Help Falling In Love - Elvis Presley

Only The Lonely/Crying - Roy Orbison

Runaway - Del Shannon

Rock Around The Clock - Bill Haley

Hound Dog - Elvis Presley

Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley

Tutti-Frutti/Long Tall Sally - Little Richard

Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry

Great Balls Of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis

Motown/Precursors:

Shop Around - Miracles

My Girl - Temptations

I Can’t Help Myself (SPHB) - Temptations (hey it showed up once!)

When A Man Loves A Woman - Percy Sledge

Reach Out, I'll Be There - Four Tops (Complete with choreography)

Soul Man - Sam & Dave

Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding

I Want You Back - Jackson 5

Superstition - Stevie Wonder

Chain Gang/Bring It On Home To Me - Sam Cooke

Stand By Me - Ben E. King

Dance Medley:

The Twist - Chubby Checker

The Loco-Motion - Little Eva

Macarena - Los Del Mar (Just picture it. He'll have to turn around and shake his tush! It's been the rallying cry of the PRoC since Sard first declared "Turn around Jesus and show us your ass!")

Do You Love Me (Now That I Can Dance) - Contours

British Invasion:

She Loves You - Beatles

Here There & Everywhere Except Where There Is cary Lighting - Beatles

Hey Jude/Yesterday - Beatles

Back in the USSR Beatles (Great guitar work)

Wild Thing - Troggs

You Really Got Me - Kinks

She's Not There - Zombies

Satisfaction - Rolling Stones

My Generation - The Who

To Love Somebody BeeGees

Build Me Up Buttercup Foundations (One Appearance)

American Sounds:

Surfin' USA/I Get Around/Good Vibe - Beach Boys

Blowin' In The Wind - Bob Dylan

San Francisco Scott Mackenzie

Mr. Tambourine Man - Byrds

The Sounds Of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel (I think he and Jacob would do this really well)

Bridge Over troubled Water S&G (piano & voice only)

One Bad Apple/Puppy Love Osmonds

Pop/Rock/Blues:

Unchained Melody - Righteous Brothers (Drooooooolllllll)

Sweet Caroline/ Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show - Neil Diamond

Okay ... he's never going to sing that second one but it's a ''wish list'!

Vincent Don McLean (And he'll sing it just like on AI cus it's "The Millenium Version"! What?)

Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison

Proud Mary/ Bad Moon A-Risin’ - Creedence (CCR)

Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison (Oh Pleeeease!)

Hooked On A Feeling - Blue Suede/BJ Thomas

Don’t Mess Around With Jim - Jim Croce

Annie’s Song/Calypso John Denver (BOTH Double Pleeeease)

Open Arms Journey

Don’t Let the Sun Go Down Me Elton John

Tell Her About It Billy Joel

Disco /Retro 50‘s:

Y.M.C.A. - Village People (cuz you KNOW he can't resist ... or get it right!)

Stayin' Alive/Nights On Broadway - Bee Gees

Everlasting Love Carl Carlton

Fantasy/September Earth, Wind & Fire

Grease Frankie Vallie

The One That I Want Travolta/Newton-John

Rock & Roll Is Here To Stay Sha Na Na

Girl Groups/Solos:

Where Did Our Love Go/Baby Love - Supremes

Respect - Aretha Franklin

Grapevine and Midnight Train to Georgia- Gladys Knight

I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor

Dancing Queen - Abba

Oops/Hit Me Baby One More Time (They really are the same song) - BritBrit

(What? I told you I sucked on anything from recent ... um ... decades)

Fallin’ Alicia Keyes

Come Away With Me Norah Jones

80’s on ... Pop/Rock

At This Moment Billy Vera

Somewhere Out There Linda Ronstadt/James Ingram

Rio Duran Duran

Old Time Rock & Roll - Bob Seeger

She Drives Me Crazy - Fine Young Cannibals

Ah’m Too Sexy For Mah Shirts (Nah Just

seeing if you were actually reading!)

Footloose - Kenny Loggins

Can You Feel The Love Tonight Elton John

Mmm Bop Hanson

I Want It That Way (or some other) Backstreet Boys or NKOTB or whatever

Hello Lionel Richie

Ghostbusters Ray Parker Junior (Audience sing along?)

Take On Me A-Ha (I wanna hear him try to hit those notes nightly! Hee.)

I Want To Know What Love Is Foreigner (He would KILL on this song!)

Never Gonna Give You Up/Together Forever Rick Astley ... just because and for historical reasons. Muah to all original TWoPpers

Clay's own songss:

This Is the Night

Invisible

Solitaire

New Songs in rotation (I can dream!) 2 of them so far!

Hey, I got 20 if you count the 'one timers' and 18 without!

Pat me on the head and give me a cookie! *g*

Edited by Fountaindawg

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