#PeaceSongTuesday – 35

Let us continue to believe in a world where respect and appreciation for one another are held dear. Let us never stop seeing the good in each other and do everything we can to spread love and compassion for a world that will one day live in peace.

Come Together – The Beatles

In Love and Light

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Love, Peace, Song Tuesday


Great song. It also resides on one the best collections of music, the album Abbey Road, the last one The Beatles recorded, even though it was not the last one released. Some critics did not care for it as much, but I do not agree. Keith

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You are a living music lexicon. I had to check the Album and found out that I don’t even know each song (at least to tell from the title). Reason enough to listen to it – which I am currently doing. Thank you so much for your insights, Keith!


Erika, please enjoy. It has two of George Harrison’s finest songs – “Something” that Frank Sinatra claimed is the best love song ever written and “Here comes the Sun.” Plus, it has a compilation of several songs on the second side to conclude the album with the poignant line, “and, in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” Keith

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Oh, yes, I knew both songs.
Octopus’s Garden and Maxwell’s Silver Hammer were new to me. I think I know the others.
That line you mentioned has given me goosebumps. Very poignant indeed. Again, thanks for this all, Keith!


I haven’t heard that in ages Erika, a blast from the past…and I think the neighbors heard it well too. We’ll all be in place of peace. Thank you for a great share…I think I might play that again πŸ€£β€οΈπŸ™πŸ½

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