Maybe by Arlene Hardin?
The complete copyrighted lyrics are posted at: www.ButterflySong.com
Mr Big Romeo
Try looking for the song on You Tube and you may find a version with the lyrics. Country music star Pride, a longtime Dallas Cowboys fan, recorded the song in the late 1970s.
Think it was called Disco 45
"This town ain't big enough for the both of us" by Sparks
I want you tonight
my favorite memory of all----merl haggard
"Joanne," by Michael Nesmith (of the Monkees).
'On and On' is the name of a 1977 song by Stephen Bishop. "On and on, and she keeps on trying, and she smiles when she feels like crying, on and on, on and on, on and on".
That line is from the song "All Right Now" by Free.
Are you sure the lyrics don't go "Please come to L.A. to live forever" That song would be "Please Come To Boston" by Dave Loggins
He was a composer that worked with a lyricist, Bernie Taupin, and in this arrangement, Bernie Taupin wrote the lyrics, handed them to Elton John, and Elton wrote the music to the lyrics.
Copper penny 1973 Your Still The One
Austin, Texas. (Apex)
The song is called, You're Still the One, by Copperpenny.
No, dreamcatchers were not fads in the 1970s because they was used in the age of the Ancient Americas, not the 1970s.