Letters from a Hill Farm
I haven't heard this song since I was in college (I think...if I remember correctly ;) So fun to watch this video of it. Do you think the Queen will rock on? At first, I was thinking of CSNY's song by the same name found here. I love that we're the same generation, Nan. Such a comfort when surrounded by a rapping son.
I dearly love that song, too. "two cats in the yard, life used to be so hard." such a happy picture of domestic life.I don't hate rap - just the angry, violent kind. Mostly I think it is catchy and fun. :<)
Love your header Nan!! Columbine are always so beautiful!
I especially like this old, 'wilder' version.
I haven't heard this song in, well, a in very long time. How fun, Nan, and your header is stunning in the color and the strands of web reaching across. The Queen is holding up very well, I think. I'd be a wilted mess having stood for that long.
It is SUCH a fun song, and so very English. Tom really likes the web strands too. One of those lucky shots.Ah, that woman is a marvel. A real role model in so many ways.
I love this song!! Brings back my teen years big time. Your header is so awesome. I love the glimpse ofthe cob webs!
Yeah, it is great! I was a little older than a teen though. :<)As I said to Penny - lucky shot. I do love it.
Ah Madness, soundtrack to my youth! Thanks for the reminder.
The song always makes me smile and the video is so much fun!
Absolutely chuffed to bits to hear this!
And I love the word 'chuffed!!'
They changed the last line to 'one's house' ...
Yeah, I read that.
Love this song and love the "mum" in the video.
Makes me smile!
Love this song!
It is such a fun one.
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