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    Default The End of the World

    This isn't my view of the coronavirus pandemic, but rather just the first song that came to mind when I woke up to a snowy day recently. Hope you like my rendition:


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    As good as ever mate! Well done.
    Luv n stuff, Dave

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    This is a sad song with such beautiful melody. You played / sang it well. The emotion is flowing through your voice !
    I too made a video of this song but it was two months earlier ! Now that thinking back.... it did cross my mind planet earth may be sending a very strong message to human race. Thank you for spending your unexpected free time to share more music with us. That may be one positive thing that benefits from today’s madness.

    https://youtu.be/xJInJZCRCZU

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    Thanks, Dave and Brenda! I really appreciate it! I've been thinking that everybody should treat global warming with the same alarm as we are doing with coronavirus!

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    Nice rendition.
    Yes, something is on the move (Jethro Tull Quute ) We had barely any snow in Moscow this winter and +10 degrees above normal.

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    Wonderful, as always!

    ... memories of Skeeter Davis singing this on a car radio...

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    Wow, John. This is very good. I believe I like your stripped-down version better than the original!

    Bill

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    You have a beautiful singing voice! Did you take voice lessons?
    "Those who bring sunshine and laughter to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves".

    Music washes from the soul, the dust of everyday living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demetrius View Post
    Nice rendition.
    Yes, something is on the move (Jethro Tull Quute ) We had barely any snow in Moscow this winter and +10 degrees above normal.
    Thanks, Demetrius! With global warming, I like to tell people that someday Siberia will be a place where everyone will want to live!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow21 View Post
    Wonderful, as always!

    ... memories of Skeeter Davis singing this on a car radio...
    Thanks, rainbow21! For me, it was listening to Herman's Hermits on my brother's phonograph!

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