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Post Card is the debut album by Mary Hopkin. It was produced by Paul McCartney and released by Apple Records in February 1969 in the UK and in March 1969 in the US. It reached number 3 in the UK and number 28 in the US. It also reached number 26 in Canada
Space age pop is a subgenre of pop and easy listening music associated with Mexican and American composers and songwriters in the space age of the 1950s and 1960s. It is also called bachelor pad music or lounge music. Space age pop was inspired by the spirit of those times, an optimism based on the strong post-war economy and technology boom, and excitement about humanity's early forays into space.
Create your own vacation-worthy postcard! Any view you’ve seen, any monument you’ve fallen in love with, can all be added to your postcard with our personalization tool. The feline on this Retro Space Age Kitty Postcard couldn't agree more! The 1960's style, minimalist art design features a sleek, black cat in a mid century modern living room. The sophisticated room prominently features a green, stone wall.
Heartbreak on my own tonight Soul shaker are you really f Thought I make it if I really tried Heartbreaker's always on my mind. Truth seeker did you really die Still need you Show me wrong from right Found a keeper in my own sometimes Truth seeker always on my mind. Cover my own Cover my head Thoughts of confusion running in my r Cover my eyes So I might go blind Spare my addiction to a trying time Cover my own. Time taker In my wasted mind Come on take it It's already last If you need it it's all in the lie Time taker always in my mind
Observing the night sky can be done with no special equipment, although a sky map can be very useful, and a good beginner telescope or binoculars will enhance some experiences and bring some otherwise invisible objects into view. com to find out when.
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|A1||My Own Tonight
Written By – Andy Patil
Written By – Jay Smith
- Producer – A.A. Wallace