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Hey Jude was a hit in 1968
when I was sophomore in high school,
and it was one of my favorites.
I did and still do enjoy The Beatles.
Do you remember this?
Are you going to be singing along with me today?
Posted on May 15, 2012 at 06:00 AM in Music | Permalink
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Oh dear, love that so much, makes me want to cry! I'll have that ear bug with me all day long! Yes, I'll be singing with you!!
May 15, 2012 at 06:57 AM
This reminds me of a school dance. One of my best friends was madly in love with an upper class man and that night he asked her to dance to Hey Jude. We had a sleep over with 4 of us best friends that night after the dance and she kept playing that song over and over again. They eventually got married. So every time I hear that song, I remember Linda and Glen.
Penny @ The Comforts of Home & Flea Market Makeovers |
May 15, 2012 at 07:32 AM
Oh yes, I do remember it - my entire room was covered in Beatles posters (my mother hated them :) and I had every album and 45 (remember those?!) they published. So my fave Beatle was John - who was yours?
Mary @ Ms Redo |
May 15, 2012 at 08:05 AM
:)) ohhh yes I remember and NOW I'm gonna try and NOT sing it but I'm bettin' it will be stuck in my head alll day :))
Francie Thornton |
May 15, 2012 at 08:26 AM
My son was and still is a big fan of the Beatles. I have found some the past few years and bought them far him. They are hard to find and then very pricey.
May 15, 2012 at 10:27 AM
Well, the boys from Liverpool were quite cool...did I say I love Ringo? :o)
If you ask me about a song from them that would make me cry it would be "Yesterday"...
May 15, 2012 at 03:21 PM
Hi Beverly, I am awake (way too early) and decided to finally visit you. I'll pay for this later. HA! Time for my computer is like a past memory. Sigh!
'Hey Jude' has a very strong memory for me. We lived with Bill's parents for six months waiting for our home in Ft. Lauderdale to be built. It was only supposed to be 3 months. They had a VERY small home and with five kids it seemed like an eternity. Johnny was a baby. I would escape to the bedroom we were in and listen to the radio. This song was a hit and it was very long. You just brought that memory right up front and center. Yikes.
I will drive Claudie to CC's on Friday and she is taking Claudie to the airport on Saturday morning. We have had a great visit. Today we go to the Pisgah Inn in the Blueridge Mountains to celebrate my sister's birthdays.
Thank you for the beautiful card. I forgot to thank you last night. I loved it very much.
I should get some sleep if I can.
Love you and miss you,
jeanne, backyard neighbor |
May 16, 2012 at 03:32 AM
Of course, I love the Beatles, calling by as another Sunday Song participant.
LindyLouMac in Italy |
May 21, 2012 at 09:59 AM
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