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Old 01-08-2013, 05:03 PM
Location: Summit, NJ
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I hope this'll be a fun thread. I'm trying not to be too obscure, since it's more fun when most of us know the songs!

I can't believe the same person wrote...

"The Lady Is A Tramp" and "The Lonely Goatherd"

"Damned For All Time" and "All I Ask Of You"

"A Boy Named Sue" and Where The Sidewalk Ends

"Superstition" and "You Are The Sunshine Of My Life" (on the same album!)

"Martha" and "Cemetery Polka"

"Back in the Saddle" and "Cryin'"

"Uncontrollable Urge" and the Rugrats theme

"The B_tch Is Back" and "I Just Can't Wait To Be King"

(note: a couple of these are the same composer with different lyricists.
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