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  1. While listening to Bob Dylan songs I've heard some strange use of progressive tense (is that the correct term?), the title of this question is one example. Why "the times are a-changing" and not "the times are changing"? I heard other examples (always in Bob's songs), but now I cannot find any. Is this some sort of ancient English? Slang.
  2. Not only did The Seekers remain together as a result of their union, but Bruce Woodley suggested an ambitious Seekers tour of California shortly after the newlyweds returned from the honeymoon. This marked the first time of many that the band would visit the USA.
  3. A World Of Our Own Lyrics: Close the doors, light the lights / We're stayin' home tonight / Far away from the bustle and the bright city lights / Let them all fade away / Just leave us alone / And.
  4. Sep 02,  · At the time of its release, the album's combination of double-bass, mandolin and twelve-string guitar was a throwback to the non-rock folk revivalism of a few years earlier. Springfield's "A World of Our Own," anchors the album with a sound akin to that of the Rooftop Singers, Kingston Trio, Limeliters and even the Weavers/5(4).
  5. Much of his most celebrated work dates from the s, when he became a reluctant "voice of a generation" with songs such as "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'" which became anthems for the Civil Rights Movement and anti-war movement.
  6. Changing our world. Working on Our World for the past six and a half years has required that we do our best to keep abreast with contemporary affairs. We have watched the world being transformed. But it appears that for every one step we take forward as a global community, we .
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