Mary Hopkin - Those Were The Days :1968- Written after a Russian Folk song

Mary Hopkin - Those Were The Days :1968- Written after a Russian Folk song

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How This 1980 Film Is the Forerunner to the Modern-Day Food Documentary

How This 1980 Film Is the Forerunner to the Modern-Day Food Documentary

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Mary Hopkin - Those Were the Days  1968 Video  stereo  widescreen MY SINGING KARAOKE IN BENNY'S BAR IN LEAVENWORTH , KANSAS< SEEING CARMEN & CAROLE & STEPHIE! YES< THOSE WERE THE DAYS! :) <3 HAPPY TIMES! <3

Mary Hopkin - Those Were the Days 1968 Video stereo widescreen MY SINGING KARAOKE IN BENNY'S BAR IN LEAVENWORTH , KANSAS< SEEING CARMEN & CAROLE & STEPHIE! YES< THOSE WERE THE DAYS! :) <3 HAPPY TIMES! <3

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Those were the days Mary Hopkins   One of my favorite songs way back when!!  Still love the words!!!! and how true they are

Those were the days Mary Hopkins One of my favorite songs way back when!! Still love the words!!!! and how true they are

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Keep track of all your gods with these helpful diagrams. Follow the link for Egyptian, Greek, and Norse god family trees.

Keep track of all your gods with these helpful diagrams. Follow the link for Egyptian, Greek, and Norse god family trees.

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Mary Hopkin - Those were the days  -----------great performance....  Hopkin's daughter, Jessica Lee Morgan, released her first CD, called I Am Not, on which Hopkin sings on a couple of songs.    In October 2010, Hopkin and her son, Morgan Visconti, released You Look Familiar a collaboration which brings together Hopkin's melodies, lyrics and vocals with her son's instrumentation and arrangements.

Mary Hopkin - Those were the days -----------great performance.... Hopkin's daughter, Jessica Lee Morgan, released her first CD, called I Am Not, on which Hopkin sings on a couple of songs. In October 2010, Hopkin and her son, Morgan Visconti, released You Look Familiar a collaboration which brings together Hopkin's melodies, lyrics and vocals with her son's instrumentation and arrangements.

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"I'll Never Find Another You" by The Seekers (1965). Many people know them for their hit "Georgy Girl" but they had others. And this song expresses something many of us can relate to. (Plus I always loved Judith Durham's voice!)

"I'll Never Find Another You" by The Seekers (1965). Many people know them for their hit "Georgy Girl" but they had others. And this song expresses something many of us can relate to. (Plus I always loved Judith Durham's voice!)

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This song by "Mary Hopkin" was released in 1968 and reached number 1 in the UK charts. This song is originally a Russian song, and the English lyrics were written by Gene Raskin.  It has a totally different meaning for families living with Alzheimer's.

This song by "Mary Hopkin" was released in 1968 and reached number 1 in the UK charts. This song is originally a Russian song, and the English lyrics were written by Gene Raskin. It has a totally different meaning for families living with Alzheimer's.

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