Presentation on theme: "Top Ten Songs 1. To Sir With Love, Lulu 2. The Letter, Box Tops 3. Ode to Billie Joe, Bobby Gentry 4. Windy, The Association 5. I'm a Believer, The Monkees."— Presentation transcript:
Top Ten Songs 1. To Sir With Love, Lulu 2. The Letter, Box Tops 3. Ode to Billie Joe, Bobby Gentry 4. Windy, The Association 5. I'm a Believer, The Monkees 6. Light My Fire, The Doors 7. Somethin' Stupid, Nancy Sinatra &Frank Sinatra 8. Happy Together, Turtles 9. Groovin', Young Rascals To Sir With Love The Letter Ode to Billie Joe Windy I'm a Believer Light My Fire Somethin' Stupid Happy Together Groovin' 10.Can't Take My Eyes Off You, Frankie ValliCan't Take My Eyes Off You Groovin’ By The Young Rascals Groovin' on a Sunday afternoon, really couldn't get away too soon, I can't imagine anything that's better, the world is ours whenever we're together. There ain't a place I'd like to be instead of groovin' down a crowded avenue, Doin' anything we'd like to do. There's always lots of things that we could see, We could be anyone we'd like to be, and all those happy people we could meet just Groovin' on a Sunday afternoon, really couldn't get away too soon, no, no, no, no. We'll keep on spending sunny days this way, we're gonna talk and laugh our time away. I feel it comin' closer day by day. Life would be ecstasy, you and me endlessly, Groovin' on a Sunday afternoon, really couldn't get away too soon, no, no, no, no. Groovin' ah ha ah ha; groovin' ah ha ah ha. The song Groovin was written by the young Rascals in 1967. The song is about hippies. Hippies in the 1967’s went with the flow. In the song it says “ We could be anyone wed like to be”and the song also said “ Doin’ anything wed like to do.” So they were saying they didn’t care what people thought, what people saw them as, or peoples opinions on them. They were very layed back. They just loved to GROOVE!
Rosemary’s baby The book centers on Rosemary Woodhouse, a young woman who has just moved into the Bramford, an old Gothic Revival style New York City apartment building with her husband, Guy, a struggling actor. The pair are warned that the Bramford has a disturbing history involving witchcraft and murder, but they choose to overlook this. Rosemary has wanted children for some time, but Guy wants to wait until he is more established. Rosemary and Guy are quickly welcomed by Minnie and Roman Castevet, an eccentric elderly couple. Rosemary finds them meddlesome and absurd, but Guy begins paying them frequent visits. Ira Levin was a successful novelist and playwright, Ira Levin was born in New York City on August 27, 1929. Initially a television writer, he became a best-selling author with his first novel, 1953's A Kiss Before Dying. More thrilling works followed, including 1968's Rosemary's Baby and 1976's The Boys from Brazil, which were later turned into feature films.
Sport Star! The very first super bowl was in held this year, 1967. The Green Bay Packers played against Kansas City. Bart Starr is the quarterback for the Packers, who beat Kansas thirty five to ten. Bart Starr was rated the top quarterback and also won most valuable player for this year. He is known for throwing one hundred and fifty six passes out of two hundred and fifty one. He is also known for only throwing three interceptions all year! Bart Starr was born on January ninth 1934. In his early life he lost his father and brother. This emotional time in his life made him try out for the high school football team because his dad loved football. Bart went to college at Alabama. In the seventh teen round of drafting the Green Bay Packers picked him as his one hundredth and nindy ninth pick. Bart Starr said “Athletic competition clearly defines the unique power of our attitude. “ He also said “Anyone can support a team that is winning - it takes no courage. But to stand behind a team to defend a team when it is down and really needs you, that takes a lot of courage. “
Warren Beatty Warren Beatty was nominated this year, 1967, for an Academy Award for the movie Bonnie and Clyde. He was nominated for best actor and won that honor. At the Academy Awards he said, “I`m old, I`m young, I`m intelligent, I`m stupid. My tide goes in and out.” Warren was born in Virginia in 1930. He grew up with out a father but had a mother and a sister. His mother was a drama teacher and she got him interested in acting. His very first roll was in the TV. show “ The many loves of Dobbie Gills” After that series he went on to Broadway. Beatty did many films like “ Mickey one”, “ Promise her anything” and much more. His most popular film was the movie Bonnie and Clyde were he played the main actor.
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Lyndon B. Johnson Lyndon is the 36 th president of the United States. He was born in central Texas in 1908. He had three sisters. He graduated college in 1930. He was a congressman for many years then he ran for senate. Then he decided to run for vice president and John F. Kennedy president. He became president after Kennedys assassination. His plan for being president was to aid education, Medicare, obstacles of the right to vote and much more. We are in war with Vietnam at the time. The economy is