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    Default Re: Hearing the Eagles or solo songs unexpectedly!

    I was just watching an old repeat of "Friends"..."The One with Two Parts"
    The song at the end (Ross's monkey , Marcel, was in the hospital with everyone gathered around him) , was a short clip of "New York Minute".

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    Default Re: Hearing the Eagles or solo songs unexpectedly!

    Quote Originally Posted by MarthaJo56 View Post
    I was just watching an old repeat of "Friends"..."The One with Two Parts"
    The song at the end (Ross's monkey , Marcel, was in the hospital with everyone gathered around him) , was a short clip of "New York Minute".
    Lol! I've been watching old shows too and just saw this one last week!
    https://i.imgur.com/CuSdAQM.jpg
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    Default Re: Hearing the Eagles or solo songs unexpectedly!

    I was a cruise 2 weeks ago for my birthday. That Friday. I walked to the main part of the ship for music trivia party, they are playing Don's and some of the Eagles music before they turned it off. I was so shocked. They played about over 5 songs. I remembered them playing Sunset Grill, The Heart Of The Matter, The End Of The Innocence, New York Minute and I think the Long Run.
    Last edited by shunlvswx; 02-19-2020 at 11:07 AM.

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