What is the song or poem weighs up how you feel today??

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The very first concert with me in the audience.

1960's - several years before this video.

I knew Peter Yarrow's name before I could identify Achillea in which the bees and butterflies had such an interest ;).

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This song was greatly liked by most people we knew when I was growing up.

Thanks for educating me on the Chillea flower. Off to look this up right now :)
 

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I've looked up on these flower's. Thanks

I have had these flowers but didn't know their names :)
 

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The yarrow grows wild here.

It's in the open woodlands and along the roads.

The scientific name is more fun to use for the colorful domestics. By the way, Marie. The words flavor and color are becoming more and more frequently spelled with a "u" in the US.

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The yarrow grows wild here.

It's in the open woodlands and along the roads.

The scientific name is more fun to use for the colorful domestics. By the way, Marie. The words flavor and color are becoming more and more frequently spelled with a "u" in the US.

Steve
Really I think I may be spelling like you Americans lately.

Now looking up yarrow. :)
 

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... Thought I'd copy the verses. It is a beautiful song

Mother, mother. There's too many of you crying · Brother, brother, brother. There's far too many of you dying · You know we've got to find a way. To bring some loving here today, yeah
Mavin Gaye was born this day in 1939.

Steve
 
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