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The story of Abraham and Sarah is told in chapters 11-25 of the book of Genesis.
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I remember in the 70's Mary Hopkin singing Those Were The Days My Friend....we thought they never end...
Here's my list from the Age of Aquarius:
Clifford T.Ward - Traveller www.youtube.com
Petula Clark - Kiss Me Goodbye www.youtube.com
Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Nowwww.youtube.com
The Monkees - I'm a Believerwww.youtube.com
The Partridge Familywww.youtube.com
Lobo - I'd love you to want mewww.youtube.com
Cher - Gypsys, Tramps & Thieveswww.youtube.com
Fifth Dimension - One Less Bell To Answerwww.youtube.com
Lindisfarne - Lady Eleanor (1972)www.youtube.com
Uriah Heep - Easy Livin'www.youtube.com
Ten Year After - I'd love to change the worldwww.youtube.com
Traffic - The Low Spark of High Heeled Boyswww.youtube.com
Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild www.youtube.com
Grand Funk Railroad - Heartbreaker www.youtube.com
The Guess Who - These Eyeswww.youtube.com
Mungo Jerry - In the summertimewww.youtube.com
When I was in high school I loved to listen to Kansas and would put the album on my dads turn table plug in the head phones and just crank it up and sometimes sing along. I also loved anything by Pink Floyd, Rush, Chep Trick (I would go see them in a local bare before they made it big) , i also loved the blues and still do, There are a lot of other bands people mentiond here so I wont go on.
Keep the Faith
Some of the songs I used to sing during my college glee club days…mostly Sergio Mendes, Patti Austin and the samba genre singers as well. Also used to sing the old classics my mom and dad loved.
www.youtube.com Hey look at the Sun
www.youtube.com The Trouble with Hello is Goodbye
www.youtube.com Pretty World
www.youtube.com In My Life
www.youtube.com All Behind Us Now
www.youtube.com How Do You Keep the Music Playing