3 Songs That Changed Julie DeHarty’s Life

We’ve heard the 3 songs that touched both Gene & Julie’s lives. Today we get to hear from Julie DeHarty and the 3 songs that have made an impact on her life.

1. “Everybody Loves Somebody Sometimes” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Dean Martin[/lastfm]

Julie and her family used to go over to her grandparents’ house every Sunday for dinner. They’d turn on the TV and everyone would sit around to watch The Dean Martin Show. Julie would stand up to dance and sing along with Dean Martin as he crooned this famous tune.

2. “Julie, Do Ya Love Me” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Bobby Sherman[/lastfm]

There aren’t many songs about girls named Julie. This was the first 45 Julie DeHarty ever owned; it was given to her by her grandparents. She didn’t even have a record player, but she did have a Close ‘N Play player with a nail for a stylus. Of course, she scratched up her record, but it inspired her to save up her money to buy another 45. This started Julie on the road to building her own music collection.

3. “Don’t Take The Girl” by [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Tim McGraw[/lastfm]

Julie can’t listen to this song all the way through. It’s the saddest song, and she physically hurts whenever it pops up on her ipod. Julie only lets it play so far before she has to skip ahead.


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