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Lyr Req: Moonlight Shadow? Allentown Dorney Park

katlaughing 28 Oct 10 - 08:30 PM
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Subject: Lyr Req: Moonlight Shadow? Allentown Dorney Park
From: katlaughing
Date: 28 Oct 10 - 08:30 PM

Just starting a thread for Guest Bob Zambanini, as the request will get lost in the other thread. Here 'tis:

Subject: RE: Halloween Songs
From: GUEST,Guest (Bob Zambanini) - PM
Date: 12 Oct 10 - 02:13 PM

Please help! Every year we visit Dorney Park (Allentown) on the first Sunday of October. This tradition goes back to and including 2000, although (a) we skipped last year due to illness, (b) we did it the second Sunday of October this year, and (c) it was probably our last time this year due to stupid new rules, rude people running the rides, and stupid new procedures (such as closing the flume ride when temps were in the 70s).

Anyway, I'm trying to find a few songs from the soundtrack from the early years of our tradition (i.e., 2000-2004). I found 3 of them already: "Escape from the Planet of the Ant Men," "Tubular Bells," and "Under the Milky Way." However, I cannot locate the other song! It sounds like they're singing "Moonlight Shadow," but I'm starting to think that they are NOT singing these words, since the song is NOT the one by Mike Oldfield. It's a rather low, male voice singing it to a sort of swing beat.

Can anybody help me locate this song?


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