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Mary Hopkin "For All My Days"

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Uploaded on Oct 27, 2008

FOR ALL MY DAYS
From the film "Kidnapped"
Jack Fishman / Roy Budd

This film is now available on DVD and as a bonus unlike the Audio CD and VHS the music does not fade out at the end and we get the whole song.

Lyrics
For all my days in many ways
I'll think of all I've lived to see
The mountains high, clouds in the sky
I thank the Lord for sharing them with me

The summer's glow, the winter's snow
Are not to me just scenery
When tree tops sway I long to say
Oh thank you Lord for sharing them with me

Life I believe, love we receive
We shouldn't take too casually
For all my days in many ways
I'll thank the Lord for sharing them with me

"You Look Familiar"
A new CD from Mary Hopkin and Morgan Visconti release date 25/10/2010
http://www.maryhopkin.com



"Recollections" a NEW CD now available via Mary Hopkin Music http://www.maryhopkin.co.uk

More about Mary
Born in Wales Mary began her musical career as a folk singer with a local group called the Selby Set and Mary. She released an EP of Welsh language songs for a local label called Cambrian before signing to the Beatles Apple Label, model Twiggy saw her winning a TV talent show and recommended her to Paul McCartney. She was one of the first artists to record on the Beatles record label Her debut single" Those Were the Days" got to number 1 in the UK and number 2 in the US. Selling over 8 million copies.

A little something more about Mary!
In September 2005 she released an album on her own label, "Mary Hopkin Music", called "Live at the Royal Festival Hal!"
It was followed in December 2006 by a brand-new Christmas recording, "Snowed Under", released as an mp3 download via Disaudio.com

To celebrate her birthday in 2007, she released an album called "Valentine", on her new label http://www.maryhopkin.com
It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary

Pat Richmond
www.maryhopkin

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