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Turntable Tuesday Video: 'Seasons In The Sun' By Terry Jacks

“Seasons In The Sun” was a #1 hit in the US by a Canadian singer doing a cover of a French language song.

Terry Jacks did the song for his album of the same name in 1973 and sold over 10 million copies of the single version of it. 154 more words

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Le Moribond

Le Moribond (Kẻ sắp chết) là một bài hát, với những lời chào từ biệt của một người đàn ông trước lúc đi xa, được diễn tả bằng một thái độ thù hằn, uất ức. 769 more words

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Song Lyric Sunday: Seasons in the Sun - Terry Jacks

The first song that came to mind was, I Won’t Let the Sun go Down On Me by Nick Kershaw, but I’ve already shared it, so going with Seasons in the Sun! :)

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939. where evil grows

Wherein the Poppy Family prove that sometimes nothing’s darker than a light touch, nothing’s heavier than a deft piece of fluff. Oft heard in the pop radio mix of 1971-72, a time when the afterglow of the 1960s was still very much in shiny, happy… 15 more words

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It’s the summer. When Terry Jacks sang Seasons in the Sun, he wasn’t singing about watching meaningless football matches played out in non-descript non-league football stadia in leafy middle-class England. 199 more words

Terry Jacks - Seasons in the sun (Leaping Ahead #187)

Leaping Ahead Project 2016 #187: 160705

“Seasons in the Sun” is an English-language adaptation of the song “Le Moribond” by Belgian singer-songwriter Jacques Brel with lyrics by American singer-poet Rod McKuen. 122 more words

Leaping Ahead Project 2016