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Am I The Same Girl: A Song

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I use this site to bring car information here. I thought this song would have been good to use when Oldsmobile is changing. This would have been good music for them to use. The lyrics go along with the changes they were making.

Think about the cars and the lyrics to this song.



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I love Swing Out Sister. Corrine Drewery has a lovely voice (and is gorgeous). Chevrolet should do something with that song. Or GM should co-opt it for the next "Then and Now" ad.

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Sounds familiar.  You sure this hasn't already been used in a commercial?

:) the reason why it sounds so familar is because it's a classic pop tune sung by Dusty Springfield back in the 60s. You've no doubt heard lots of her stuff in the mainstream or maybe your parents (if they're Boomers) play it. She was very good.


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