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Tony Orlando & Dawn-Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree
Tie a yellow ribbon round the old Oak Tree, it's been 3 long years, do you still want me? If I don't find a ribbon round the old oak tree, I'll stay on the bus, forget us, put the blame on me- if I don't find a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree.
I love that song as well as the memorable show of the 1970s. Tony showed us that with Telma and Joyce, he could really act up a memorable comedy sketch routine which seemed to get funnier and funnier each week.
Years later on the Jerry Lewis telethon, an older and heavier Tony would poke fun of his Greek, Puerto Rican heritages by referring to himself as a "Greek-a-rican.."
Tony and the girls had excellent comic timing.
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