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It's to me the greatest psychedelic song ever done.
Is that the malady that the organ is incredible players -- asked them.
Can actually -- if you want I'll be candid here -- wanted to just moved here here's where this works there's.
I asked a question right and I expect on offense and give me one yes and my one is that there is a statute there's a statue -- then -- -- I can handle this what.
Don't well you brought this treasured because you're being asinine -- Ask questions that very night I kind of -- One -- provide 10 it's all about -- when I went to the University of Pennsylvania you know quakers and there's a statue there of Ben Franklin in a bench.
In that statue had existed when I was a student.
I would have dropped acid just to talk to them that.
In my life the visual.
It is what -- -- -- places I remember it took all my life -- some have changed some for effort not for better summer go on and some.
These places have their moments with lovers and friends still recall some -- -- -- -- a living in my life -- love them.
I'm a language guy in the words of that song to me the most beautiful of all The Beatles songs first -- -- -- terrific song selections.
Left Toronto -- -- eloquent.
Sounds of sound silent or one of the saddest songs it means that you and I can't communicate -- and that.
These songs actually getting a little depressed because there's songs about human beings about the human condition.
-- some cases -- And I've I've actually Paul Simon is man number one guy Paul Simon if you're listening now is the number one personal -- -- love them.
-- -- -- -- and found went Simon and Garfunkel song together at the rock and roll hall of fame concert you know she even met this commute took that off for second.
I broke down I didn't see him as one I didn't see them at Central Park when they did that famous concert -- and -- -- else --
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