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Music Friday: In 1971, frontman Dan Hamilton of the soft-rock group Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds threatened to "cry for a hundred years" in the chart-topping hit, "Don't Pull Your Love." In his plea to keep his girlfriend from taking off on "that big white bird," the jilted Hamilton makes a last-ditch effort to win her back by referencing a very special and sentimental piece of jewelry. He sings, “Haven't I been good to you? / What about that brand new ring? / Doesn't that mean love to you? / Doesn't that mean anything?" Story and video at our blog... http://bonafinejewelers.thejewelerblog.com/

Music Friday: In 1971, frontman Dan Hamilton of the soft-rock group Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds threatened to "cry for a hundred years" in the chart-topping hit, "Don't Pull Your Love." In his plea to keep his girlfriend from taking off on "that big white bird," the jilted Hamilton makes a last-ditch effort to win her back by referencing a very special and sentimental piece of jewelry. He sings, “Haven't I been good to you? / What about that brand new ring? / Doesn't that mean love to you? / Doesn't that mean anything?" Story and video at our blog... http://bonafinejewelers.thejewelerblog.com/

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