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    Love this Gordon Lightfoot tune from 1971. See if you can hear the part of the song that was the basis of a lawsuit against the writer of "The Greatest Love of All," a lawsuit which Lightfoot dropped when he felt it was having a negative effect on the career of Whitney Houston. What a great guy!

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    Well done, as always! This is my favorite Gordon Lightfoot song.

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    Thanks, rainbow21! I really appreciate it!

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    Bravo, John! What a great performance of a great song! Glad to have you posting again.

    Bill

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    Thanks, Bill! I really appreciate it! I have some free time now, so I hope I can use it productively!

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    Great work my friend! And lets enjoy the rain while it lasts! I believe it comes directly from heaven
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    Thanks, Campbell! The only time I didn't like rain was when I wanted to play golf, but since I've retired from golf and am into gardening, I welcome rain!

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    Beautifully done, John. Growing up in Canada, I was able to attend numerous Gordon Lightfoot concerts at a time when he was in his prime. There is a reason he is known as “Canada’s Troubadour.” His musical works are vast and profound. And I never tire of hearing them. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!

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    Thanks, Jan! How great that you could see Gordon Lightfoot! What a great singer-songwriter! I've seen YouTube videos of a much older Lightfoot still performing. Glad to see he's still going strong...

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    Well done John! Gord really wrote some wonderful tunes.
    John

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