Five on Friday Set 157

Posted: Friday, January 18, 2013 by Travis Cody in

Welcome to what could be called Five on Friday, Volume 4, Set 1.  But since that's much too ponderous and presumptuous, I'll just call it FoF Set 157.

I'm beat.  I need the weekend. 

Cheers gang!

(Now and Then There's) A Fool Such as I, written by Bill trader, released by Elvis Presley in 1952

Yesterday When I Was Young, written by Charles Aznavour/Georges Garvarentz, translated to English by Herbert Kretzmer, released by Roy Clark in 1969.

Liar, written by Russ Ballard, released by Three Dog Night in 1971

We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome), written by Terry Britten/Graham Lyle, released by Tina Turner in 1985

Apologize, written by Ryan Tedder, released by OneRepublic in 2008


  1. Gosh... I sure did love Roy Clark! What a picker he was! And what a storyteller!

    I'm looking forward to the weekend, too. Hope you're is restorative and fun, Trav!

  1. Haven't heard any three dog night in quite a while. And yes, Roy Clark could flat out play

  1. Good set...also beat here...3-day weekend I just learned!

  1. Elvis! I'll be back to listen over the weekend, Travis, but it looks like a good set. Personally. I love 'Five on Friday, Volume 4, Set 1'.

  1. Roy Clark and Elvis. Now that is a treat. Have a great weekend. I'm continuing with Golden Songs

  1. A great set indeed,Roy Clark and Elvis.fandamntastic!

  1. Cherie says:

    Congratulations on the start of your fourth year! Sorry I missed last week. Hoping to make it up this time around. Have a great weekend!

  1. Back already! Loved We Don't Need Another Hero (a fave film) and Apologize, besides the Elvis tune.