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Family Time | Oldies but Goodies Hits

Published:Sunday | March 19, 2017 | 3:00 AMKrysta Anderson

Whether you like pina coladas, getting drunk in the rain, or you're more willing to rock the boat and have a private party with members only, there's no denying those sweet sounds of oldies but goodies echoing easy in the Sunday breeze. So let's take a trip down memory lane and highlight a few hits from yesteryear that will guaranteed to make you boogie or soothe your soul:

Oh, What a Night by The Dells

Take yourself back in time to late December '63 and enjoy the pulsating beats.

My Girl by The Temptations

Who didn't want to be a girl of the Temptations? My Girl gave new meaning to 'trophy' wife!

Always and Forever by Heatwave

You can't help but cherish the moments you share with your significant other when you listen to this song.

Secret Lovers

For the undercover lovers everywhere, this was most certainly their anthem. Yes, sharing was caring, even then.

Always by Atlantic Starr

Know that your love will grow and forever it just be the two of you with Atlantic Starr's Always.

Cruisin' by Smokey Robinson

Take that well-needed getaway, let this music take your mind and cruise on the ocean of love together.

Penny Lover by Lionel Richie

When he or she comes along and captures your heart, be lost in the beats and the memory of their kiss.

Unchained Melody by The Righteous Brothers

This oldie hit will have you hungering for the right person's touch in no time.

It Must Have Been Love by Roxette

Break-up songs like It Must Have Been Love expressed just how women felt when they didn't receive the commitment they need.

Ain't No Woman (Like the one I got) by Four Tops

Nothing makes a woman feel more special than a man treasuring the gem he has in his life.

Hungry Eyes by Eric Carmen

Want to feel the magic between you and your lover? Get lost in the lyrics of hungry eyes.

These Arms Of Mine by Otis Redding

When he knows how to offer the warmest embrace and enchant you with his charm.

If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Wanna Be Right) by Luther Ingram

Who doesn't want to be in the wrong when loving feels so right?

Love On a Two Way Street by The Moments

Those who can relate will share in the joys and pains of finding love on a two way street and losing it on a lonely highway.

krysta.anderson@gleanerjm.com