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carpenters -We've Only Just Begun

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Published on Jun 5, 2006

MTV

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Chris Montignani
Karen is still the best ever female vocalist of all time bar none in my personal opinion. I always feel so sad when I think of what she could have brought to this world with her music. For me a tragic lost to humanity RIP Karen.
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Fumble Bunny
I can hear this and am immediately transported back to the early 1970s. Karen and Richard were novel part of the music back then. I close my eyes, hear her velvet voice and I am instantly in bell bottoms, peasant tops, and clogs. My hair smells of Herbal Essence. I smell like Coty Musk Oil or Jean Nate. I sing alto, so I really enjoy listening to her and harmonizing along with her and Richard. I open my eyes...look down...and I'm back in 2017. I can't find anything on the radio I like anymore so I listen to oldies. Look how Karen is dressed, where now they are all dressed like an exotic dancer. Boy, times have changed. Oh, wait! There is always Adele...
J Hweamel
4 people made me cry MY MOM..DAD..ELVIS..AND MISS KAREN😅😅😅😅😇😇😇😇
Angel Deville
And to think, before Richard had the idea to rearrange and record this, it was originally a bank commercial song, written by Paul Williams for ad advertising agency. Brilliant.
Eddie Martinez
This song just kills me i just think of what could have been. Great song great talent rest in peace sweety.
4u2nvinmtl
1408 got this stuck in my head...
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Beverly Daniels-Reeves
Richard Carpenter's a genius..WOW..From some TV Commercial he puts this life long beautiful song and singer and melodies and harmonies together..And we all love you and your amazing Sister..Thank You for sharing all your GOD GIVEN TALENTS..With the WORLD...XOXOXO :)
Dr Rick Sjoquist
One of the most distinctive and heartfelt female voices of pop history...Period. Gee, I miss her.
ge10good
A timeless, absolute classic. Up there as one of the best ever
Michael Towle
In a perfect world, this would be the anthem of young married couples. If only....
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