Fly Me to the Moon

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Something for the weekend.  Fly Me to the Moon seems appropriate for a year in which we observe the 50th anniversary of Man first setting foot on our celestial neighbor.  Written in 1954 by Bart Howard, and originally entitled In Other Words, it was first sung by Kaye Ballard who passed away only last month at age 93.  The most famous rendition was that by Frank Sinatra in 1964.

 

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  1. I’m an 80s kid. Graduated H.S. in 1990. So there’s a ton of 80s pop/rock music that I like, a lot.

    That said, I agree with Allan Bloom that pop music went to hell sometime between the Beetles and the Rolling Stones and ever since has been burrowing deeper into the circles of Hell.

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