Letters from a Hill Farm
A true classic! Thanks, Nan.
Yes, I am one of those that will never forget her voice.
how I love that song. and the video was one I hadn't seen before - thanks for posting it!
Thanks, JoAnn, Lisa, and Heather. There are so many songs, but this one is the most meaningful to me. And gosh, they were all so young.
So sorry to lose her.This has been a rough few months. So many wonderful people vanished.
Hello Dear NanWhat a beautiful song. I remember singing it in our chorus class in school, so very pretty. Thanks so much for sharing it with us. Enjoy a lovely weekend.Smiles...Beverly
Pamela, you're right. With every loss we are diminished.Beverly, and the words are still so important.
My goodness, weren't they all so young and beautiful? Thanks so much for sharing. One of my favorite songs and also one of my favorite groups.
Nan, you are so right. It is as pertinent today as it was way back when... Thanks for posting this as I hadn't heard -- she died of leukemia at age 72.
Peter, Paul and Mary was one of my favorite groups. Mary Travers was such an elegant, beautiful performer. I loved their harmonies. It's so sad that she's gone.
I was so sad to hear of her passing. Peter, Paul and Mary gave me so much pleasure. Thanks for sharing this great video.
Kay, Webster, Kay, and Margot, I'm so pleased you watched and wrote.
They were so much a part of our lives. It's a sad loss.
You're so right, Robin.
Beautiful voice and harmony.
so true, Mare.
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