2. 'Night Moves'
There was a lot of nostalgia for the early 1960s by the mid-1970s. A little over a decade had passed, but for many, it seemed like several lifetimes ago. George Lucas made a name for himself with American Graffiti, which had the memorable tagline "Where were you in '62?" Bob Seger's answer: he was still living in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The title track to 1976's Night Moves is an über-nostalgic look back at a magical summer in 1962 when he was "workin' on mysteries without any clue." At the end, the narrator wakes up in the present and starts humming a song from 1962. Seger says the song is "Be My Baby," even though that song wasn't released until the summer of 1963.