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-Kelly

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Well May the World Go...


This is my tribute page to Pete Seeger. His words, his lyrics and my reaction and thoughts on his death.

Chorus (and after each verse): 
 Well may the world go,
The world go, the world go,
Well may the world go,
When I'm far away.

 
Well may the skiers turn,
The swimmers churn, the lovers burn
Peace, may the generals learn
When I'm far away.

 
Sweet may the fiddle sound
The banjo play the old hoe down
Dancers swing round and round
When I'm far away.


Fresh may the breezes blow
Clear may the streams flow
Blue above, green below
When I'm far away.


Words and Music by Pete Seeger (1973)


More Pete Seeger here




5 comments:

Kitten said...

What a wonderful song to honor & remember Pete. Even though he's no longer among us, we'll always have his music and the memories of his life so well lived.
Peace...
Debbie
===^..^===

Lottie me said...

Very poignant

Kate Burroughs said...

Pete Seeger has been a hero in our house for a very long time. My husband and I both play music and sing folk songs. He was a true peace maker and dedicated to the idea that one person CAN change the world. It take a lot of courage to do the things that he did in his lifetime and we thank him for that. Always an inspiration.
Aloha, Kate

Barbara said...

I love this page you did to honor Pete Seeger. His songs have been a part of my life for so many years. My local radio station did a tribute to him and I listened the entire day.

Kelly Kilmer said...

Thanks, Debbie, Lottie, Kate and Barbara. :) I love hearing your stories, too!