noun, plural old·ies.Informal.
WERE YOU BAMBOOZLED BY THE WORDS FROM FEBRUARY?
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Maya Angelou Stars in Cole Haan's New Campaign: Cole Haan's new campaign, entitled "Born in 1928," stars some oldies but goodies.Donatella Versace Thanks Lady Gaga For Song; Maya Angelou Stars in Cole Haan's New Campaign|The Fashion Beast Team|August 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Is it wild to you that those songs you were making back then could technically now be considered oldies?98 Degrees’ Drew Lachey on the Band’s Comeback, ‘Microphone’ & More|Kevin Fallon|May 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Sooner or later, all former presidents become golden oldies,” Sabato explained.
A trio played a series of golden oldies—“Moon River,” “The Isle of Capri,” and “Over the Rainbow.”Richard Nixon’s 100th Birthday Draws Kissinger & Others to Schmaltzy Bash|Sandra McElwaine|January 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Throughout the lackluster night of oldies, the words "perfect" and "beautiful" were invoked over and over like a Buddhist mantra.