Top Ten Songs Lyrics:Let me take you down, 'cos I'm going to Strawberry Fields.Nothing is real and nothing to get hungabout.Strawberry Fields forever.Living is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see.It's getting hard to be someone but it all works out, it doesn't matter much to me.Let me take you down, 'cos I'm going to Strawberry Fields.Nothing is real and nothing to get hungabout.Strawberry Fields forever.No one I think is in my tree, I mean it must be high or low.That is you can't you know tune in but it's all right, that is I think it's not too bad.Let me take you down, 'cos I'm going to Strawberry Fields.Nothing is real and nothing to get hungabout.Strawberry Fields forever.Always, no sometimes, think it's me, but you know I know when it's a dream.I think I know I mean a 'Yes' but it's all wrong, that is I think I disagree.Let me take you down, 'cos I'm going to Strawberry Fields.Nothing is real and nothing to get hungabout.Strawberry Fields forever.Strawberry Fields forever. 1. Respect- Aretha Franklin2. Light my Fire- Doors3. Sunshine of your Love- Cream4. Purple Haze- Jimmy Hendrix5. A day in the Life- Beatles6. Whiter Shade of Pale- Procol Harum7. Somebody to Love- Jefferson Airplane8. Soul Man- Sam & Dave9. Strawberry Fields Forever- Beatles10. Nights in White Satin- Moody Blues Beatles with the Season-The Beatles are a young boy group that is up to date with the current culture. There song relates to the current peace rallies that our occurring. The Beatles are one of the groups trying to encourage the wars to stop. They want to make people remember how the world used to be.
Best Selling Book Review Book Summary A Small Town in Germany occurs in the late 1960s, in Bonn, the capital of West Germany. From London, Alan Turner, of the British Foreign Office, arrives to investigate the disappearance of Leo Harting, a minor British Embassy officer; moreover, secret files have disappeared with him. The embassy's security chief, Rawley Bradfield, is hostile to Turner's investigation. Despite that, he is dinner party host to Turner and Ludwig Siebkron, head of the German Interior Ministry; the latter is close to industrialist Klaus Karfeld, who is successfully building his new political party. Initially, Turner suspects Leo Harting is a spy, but comes to grasp that Harting was secretly investigating Karfeld's Nazi career — as the war-time administrator of a laboratory that poisoned thirty-one half-Jews. In fact, Harting is hiding from Siebkron, and might assassinate Karfeld. To Turner's chagrin, Bradfield is unsympathetic to Harting's circumstance and uninterested in protecting him, because he considers him a criminal and a political embarrassment. Auto-Biography David John Moore Cornwell (born 19 October 1931), who writes under the name John le Carré, is a British author of espionage novels. During the 1950s and the 1960s, Cornwell worked for the British intelligence services MI5 and MI6, and began writing novels under the pseudonym "John le Carré". His third novel The Spy Who Came in from the Cold (1963) became an international best-seller and remains one of his best known works. Following the novel's success, he left MI6 to become a full-time author.
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