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Suitable xPap theme song
#31
The blues tune "Blow Wind Blow" by Muddy Water might fit this theme, I prefer the Eric Clapton version:

Blow Wind Blow by Muddy Waters

Blow Wind Blow by Eric Clapton
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#32
Sorry for reply delay, was busy day for me. Yes it's another great selection. Not sure which of the 2 is my preference though.   Eat-popcorn Coffee
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#33
I am a noob to all this CPAP stuff... this has been a very useful and informative website support Q/A group, this off-topic subforum keeps up my interest on this site to converse with others outside of all the jargon on the main page= good fun!

In reading the main page topics a common theme seems to be that of this "Sleepyhead software" for documenting one's sleeping progress.  I guess I need to look into getting this software program up and running for my own benefit- I currently do not use it but a fellow member recommended I look into it.... so I did,

In researching it as I do anything on which I want to learn, I will automatically go to the interweb and just type in the subject line.  I did that with keywords "sleepyhead" and what pops up-  a song titled "Sleepyhead"

My thought is that I had to click on this tune, see what it is all about and if not offensive post it here.  Not sure what genre this would be- it most certainly music appealing perhaps to different age group than me.  Not my cup of tea but it fits in with this thread subject.

"Sleepyhead" by Passion Pit.
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#34
Cool. Glad I could help in some way. Sleepyhead is very useful, and also as you pointed out, is a song. Good successes on whatever therapy you require that we may assist in here.
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#35
Another song for the Baby boomers

"Mr Sandman"
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#36
Quote:"Mr Sandman"

Or his mate Flacco Grin Grin Dielaughing Grin Grin
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(05-01-2017, 02:15 AM)holden4th Wrote: How about "Stayin' Alive" by the BeeGees

That's the first one that came to mind for me as well.
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#38
Just heard a high school student at their spring concert do a Green Day song "Still Breathing".
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(05-07-2017, 03:17 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote:
Quote:"Mr Sandman"

Or his mate Flacco  Grin   Grin  Dielaughing   Grin   Grin

That brings back some memories. A golden age of Aussie comedy. Remember Con the Fruiterer? There are so many more...
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#40
Wow, I must be getting OldTimers...forgot about that one. Used to listen to it a lot too in the pickup truck with the bass turned up.
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