So it’s your view now that John and Elly were into group sex?
Many of the boat people who came to Canada are now productive citizens who have raised subsequent generations of productive citizens.
Elly is hardly responsible for the atrocities that occurred in Vietnam – on either side. All she wanted was peace.
She looks really good. This is probably the first time I haven’t seen her look dumpy.
Just because Elly could play the guitar, it doesn’t mean she would be a good teacher.
Sheesh yourself. It was presented as a type of “movement” and nothing I found in a search had anything to do with Canada. Therefore, I consider the original question to be meaningless.
If you do that nowadays, chances are that a cop will come along and either give you a ticket for disturbing the peace or busking without a license.
April turns out to be the musician of the family.
It depends on your definition of “wrong.” Most reasonable people wouldn’t say so.
Apparently Heart’s mother is a Yul Brynner fan.
My grandmother and I watched that movie every year. Nowadays I just roll my eyes at Charlton Heston’s overmelodramatic performance.
Funny how, when I googled that “famous movement” the results I got back were gibberish, and not one word was “Canada.” No doubt you can provide a link in English that makes some kind of sense so I won’t suspect that you just made it all up.
There were folk singers who sang in Canadian coffee houses in the ‘60s, yes. Some may have been hippies. Most probably weren’t. Yes, some of the songs were about peace.