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Seduction is always more singular and sublime than sex and it commands the higher price – Jean Baudrillard . . .
Age and glasses of wine should never be counted . . .
He was a bold man that first ate an oyster – Jonathan Swift . . .
A gentleman seduces his lady’s mind before he even touches her body . . .
First we eat. Then we do everything else – M.F.K Fisher . . .
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Kick Off Your Shoes and Dance! Your Valentine’s Day Music Playlist

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Too busy to put together a music playlist for Valentine’s Day rendezvous? No worries, we’ve got DJ Dan in the house and he’s put together an eclectic collection of love songs to keep the tunes going  all night. Well 20 hours worth – that should do it right? Go ahead, kick off your shoes, turn up the volume and have some fun!

Music Playlist by Dan Lehr

1. We Got Married (snippet) – Johnny & June Cash
2. Soulshake – Peggy Scott & Jo Jo Benson
3. Can’t Stay Away – Don Covay
4. Keep My Baby Warm – Charles May & Annette May Thomas
5. Our Love Will Still Be There – the Troggs
6. Mockingbird – Inez & Charlie Foxx
7. the Nearness of You – Ferrante & Teicher
8. Prepare Your Mattress for Two – Lola Tsakiri
9. Besame Mucho – Emil Volel
10. Honey Dove – Lee Fields & the Expressions
11. Love – John Lennon
12. Do You Miss Me, Darlin’? – the Guess Who
13. Let’s Just Get Together – David Sea
14. Oh You Pretty Darling – Leels
15. I Can’t Live – Roy Hines
16. a Lover & a Friend – Eddie Bo & Inez Cheatham
17. (You) Got What I Need – Freddie Scott
18. Let My Love Open the Door – Jimmy Winchell
19. I Want Her (She Wants Me) – the Zombies
20. Super Duper Love – Sugar Billy
21. I Want to Hold Your Hand – Al Green
22. I’ll Make Sweet Love to You – the Maddox Brothers & Rose
23. Come Softly to Me – the Fleetwoods
24. I Met Him on a Sunday – Laura Nyro & Pattie LaBelle
25. God Bless Our Love Part II – Charles Brimmer
26. Can’t Nobody Love You – Solomon Burke
27. Louis Armstrong – Stardust

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  1. Diana Smith Hill February 12, 2016 at 7:31 pm -  Reply

    I love the Motown ones!

    • Terry Dagrosa February 13, 2016 at 10:41 am -  Reply

      Motown always gets you dancing! Also love Besame Mucho – there are so many covers of this song. Very romantic song

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