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The Walk Don't Run Marathon!

This week on the show we will feature another night of songs with titles and lyrics about walking and running.  I think that you will be amazed at the amount of songs about motion.  The following is an example of the types of songs you can hear on WRCO's Those Were The Days on Saturday night:  Walk Don't Run,  Runaway,  Walking In The Rain,  Walk Away Renee,  Fox On The Run,  Born To Run,  Sleepwalk,  I Walk The Line,  Band On The Run,  Running Bear,  Walk This Way,  Take It On The Run, and many many more.  After six hours featuring  all of those motion songs, we will be in great shape!  Tune your radio to WRCO FM 100.9 Saturday night.


We hope to see you on August 11th for the classic car show at the Starlite 14 Drive In.  Beautiful cars, vintage music, and a benefit for the Smiles For A Child effort.  The local effort also continues to save our in door and out door theatres in Richland Center.  I hope you will get involved.


Thanks for reading.



Phil Nee hosts WRCO FM's Those Were the Days every Saturday night from 6-12M. Phil is also heard weekday mornings on WRCO FM 100.9 in Richland Center, WI.


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