Top Summer Hits of the last 50 Years
The worlds of bingo and music have been transformed and reinvented scores of
times. Today’s best bingo game is far beyond what any player could have gotten
half a century ago. However, music is different. Today, BingoHall will talk
about a few summer hits that share an amazing quality: timelessness. These
songs have been in our memory and in our playlists for decades, and they’re not
going to go away anytime soon:
Frank Sinatra – Strangers in The Night
Released in 1966, Strangers in The Night was definitely not one of Frank
Sinatra’s favorite songs. Despite the fact that he had some very strong and foul
words to say about it, millions of people love it and continue to listen to it to
this day. It marked the start of Sinatra’s comeback and it will never be forgotten.
John Travolta and Olivia Newton John – You’re the
one that I want
This iconic song was created for Grease, one of the most entertaining movies of
all time. We won’t say too much about it. Just listen to it while getting ready for
the best bingo game and revel in the surge of energy!
Paul McCartney – Silly Love Songs
Back in 1986, when the best bingo game and the internet had absolutely nothing
to do with each other, Paul McCartney was having a hard time from critics.
Even his friend, John Lennon, accused McCartney of only writing “silly love
songs” and taking the easy way. This song is how the legendary musician
replied and it completely smashed the tops, having spent 5 weeks at No. 1.
Michael Jackson – Dirty Diana
In 1988, Michael Jackson gave himself a whole new, edgier image with his
“Bad” album. Dirty Diana is an energetic song that we’ve been constantly
listening to for more than 20 years. Despite the fact that the critics didn’t really
rate it, the public loved it! It was a big hit that only added to MJ’s legend. No
matter what some may think of him, his musical talent was undeniable.
Puff Daddy – I’ll Be Missing You
There are some songs out there that can even take your mind off the best bingo
game session. Therefore, make sure you pre-buy the cards to the games in which
you want to participate before you listen to this song. Released in 1997, the
lyrics by Puff Daddy (Sean Combs, Diddy, P. Diddy, etc.) pay homage to his
close friend Christopher Wallace, who was gunned down 2 months earlier. But
the magic of art is that a song, a painting, a movie and even the best bingo game
can mean different things to different people and still have value.
Which Summer Songs do you like?
We hope you have enjoyed reading about some of the most popular summer
songs of the last half a century. Do you enjoy listening to any of them while
trying to win the best bingo game prize? And what other great summer songs do
you like? Let us know in the comment section!
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