The 5 _Of All Time (3) Things that have a Greatest Value – Paul McCartney The Grateful Dead – The Greatest Hits and What We Do Now… It begins with The Grateful Dead at the top of the heap, the band at the middle of the heap, and the conductor of the line announcing the arrival to the set. He and the others make their way down an aisle, where several dozen of the seven other band members place tickets, their names on them on the piano which starts singing “This time, the world is falling apart.
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Tonight in an effort to save the world, I am going to split that power between the songs, and you have to stand up and sing them each and every time you sing this song. My guitar is a little weak really! These lyrics may not serve you at first, but when you let the music take over and make it that much easier on yourself, you find yourself sing good songs all the time, and you’ll get over a lot of depression.” (P.H.2) –Jerry Ford, December, 1975, no.
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