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Looking back while looking forward

Thinking about his night moves, singer/songwriter/rocker Bob Seger started humming a song from 1962.
What song, he doesn’t say. It could have been “Loco-Motion,” “Twist and Shout,” or “Up on the Rooftop.”
The gist of the Seger’s ballad is a reflection by Seger on past young love by a man starring at middle age. “Ain’t it funny how the night moves when you just don’t seem to have as much to lose. ... With autumn closing in.”
Well, autumn is closing in and there are folks in the area who are humming about and reflecting ...

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