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rebbel's avatar

Who joins me in the "Say It With Two Song Titles" thing (1.0)?

Asked by rebbel (30711points) 1 month ago

It goes like this:
You tell us something with the help of two song titles (of popular songs), one of which is given, and one of which is chosen by you.
The given title, this time, is “When I’m 64” (by the Beatles).
You could, for instance, say:
“When I’m 64” I want to finally know what’s the answer to “25 Or 6 To 4”.
Or “When I’m 64” I want to die “Like A Virgin”.

Got it?

Go!

Edited to add: For those over 64, replace am with was.

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16 Answers

janbb's avatar

When I’m 64…Ah but I was so much older then, I’m younger than that now.

LadyMarissa's avatar

“When I’m 64” seems just like “Yesterday”

janbb's avatar

“Yesterday” I needed someone to “Help Me”

rebbel's avatar

@janbb With the given title “When I’m 64”
And the Beatles are not mandatory.
:-)

janbb's avatar

@rebbel. So they all have to start with “When I’m 64”? I thought this was a pass around. Got it now. And I figured not all Beatles.

rebbel's avatar

Yup, all!

LadyMarissa's avatar

Sorry, my first thought just happened to be another Beetles song.

LadyMarissa's avatar

“When I’m 64” + “You Picked A Fine Time To Leave Me Lucille” (Kenny Rogers)

stanleybmanly's avatar

I like janbb’s innovation of building the next title on the new answer.

rebbel's avatar

I don’t.
And I’m the boss.
~

“When I’m 64” most probably “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” but I’m the one who is.

stanleybmanly's avatar

In that case, when I’m 64 I’ll be glad when you’re dead you rascal you.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

When I’m 64, it won’t be time to say goodbye yet. ;)

janbb's avatar

The trouble with the rules, dear rebbel is that some of us are past 64 already.

rebbel's avatar

I took care of that, in the details.
“Edited to add: For those over 64, replace am with was.”

janbb's avatar

When I was 64…I was annoyed by “The Dutchman.” Haha!

Patty_Melt's avatar

When I’m 64 Come Sail Away (miss you, EC)

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