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Why Don't You Write Me About The Scarborough Fair While I'm Homeward Bound

Simon & Garfunkel are considered the most popular folk rock act from the 1960s, and one of the most popular artists from the decade in general. 166 more words

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Since I Don't Have You

“Since I Don’t Have You” is a song by the doo-wop group the Skyliners, from their self-titled album. Released in late 1958, the single reached #12 on the Billboard Hot 100; it was also a top five hit on the 1959 R&B chart. 38 more words

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Life in a Haunted House

We never get any trick-or-treaters. I can tell myself that it’s because we’re the only house on a dead-end street and surely, being off the beaten path is part of the problem. 1,047 more words

I’m following the Daily Post and participating in another blogging course, Blogging 201. It was suggested that adding a weekly feature might be a fun way to stick with posting the same couple times a week.

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And Here's To You, Mrs. Robinson

Jesus loves you more than you will know (Wo, wo, wo)
God bless you please, Mrs. Robinson
Heaven holds a place for those who pray… 140 more words

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Simon & Garfunkel

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Cecilia

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Bridge Over Troubled Water

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Bridge Over Troubled Water

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Keep the Customer Satisfied

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Wednesday Weeper of the Week: "Old Man" by Art Garfunkel

Sometimes an interpretation of a song can take it in a completely different direction than the one the songwriter intended. Randy Newman wrote “Old Man” and included a stark, somewhat acerbic version of it on his amazing 1972 album… 260 more words

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