The "Insane World Of Mike Sain" airs every Wednesday at 9:00 AM Eastern Time on WPON-AM 1460 Detroit. Today's theme is "lost & found" where every song title includes either "lost," "found," "lose," or "find."
- You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - The Righteous Brothers - 1965
- I Found My Baby There - Ray Charles - 1965
- Can't Get Used To Losing You - Andy Williams - 1963
- For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her - Simon & Garfunkel - 1972
- Losing You - Brenda Lee - 1963
- I Found A Dream - Rosie And The Originals - 1962
- You're Gonna Lose That Girl - The Beatles - 1965
- She Can't Find Her Keys - Paul Petersen - 1962
- I Almost Lost My Mind - Charlie Rich - 1970
- Since I Lost My Baby - The Temptations - 1965
- I Only Have Eyes For You - The Flamingos - 1959 (by request)
- "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" by the Righteous Brothers, which topped the charts in 1965, was also a chart hit for Dionne Warwick (1969), Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway (1971), Long John Baldry and Kathi MacDonald (1979), and Daryl Hall and John Oates (1980).
- "I Found My Baby There" as performed by Ray Charles was included on his 1965 album "Ray Charles Meets Jimmy Witherspoon" (Crown CST-303).
- Both "live" and studio versions of "For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her" were recorded by Simon & Garfunkel. The studio version was the B-side song of "A Hazy Shade Of Winter" (1966); the "live" version became a chart hit in 1972.
- "I Found A Dream" as performed by Rosie and the Originals was included on their 1962 album "Lonely Blue Nights With Rosie" (Brunswick BL-754102).
- "You're Gonna Lose That Girl" by the Beatles (a.k.a. "You're Going To Lose That Girl") was part of the soundtrack for "Help!" which is on the 1965 album "Songs From The Film 'Help!'" (Parlophone PCS-3071).
- "She Can't Find Her Keys" (1962) was Paul Petersen's chart debut song.
- "I Almost Lost My Mind" as performed by Charlie Rich was included on his 1970 album "The Fabulous Charlie Rich" (Epic BN-26516).
- "I Only Have Eyes For You" by the Flamingos is from the movie musical "Dames" starring Joan Blondell. "I Only Have Eyes For You" was a hit for Ben Selvin in 1934 and later charted for the Lettermen (1966), Jerry Butler (1972) and Art Garfunkel (1975).
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