The Top 5 Songs in the Summer of 1987
I just heard a coworker playing an old C.D. in her office, the song had me thinking about where I was and what was going on in my life in 1987.
That was the year I married Donna, love seemed to fill the air and the hot summer nights. Restless Heart helped me serenade my new bride with their love ballad “Why Does It Have To Be Wrong Or Right?”. The summer of ’87 also had other amazing songs like it.
Check out the top 5 songs from the summer of 1987
Restless Heart – Why Does It Have To Be Wrong Or Right
George Strait – Ocean front Property
Steve Wariner – The Weekend
The Judds – Don’t Be Cruel
Kenny Rogers & Ronnie Milsap – Make No Mistake (She’s Mine)
Here are some interesting cost of living facts from 1987
Gasoline was .89 cents a gallon
US Postage Stamp .24 cents
Eggs .65 cents a dozen
1 LB of Bacon $1.80
Honda Civic MSRP $6,195
Ford Mustang MSRP $9,209
Toyota Camry MSRP $11,248
Average cost of a new house $92,000.00
What do you remember from 1987?