Save the Trees, save the Seas,
Save the busy, buzzing Bees.
Save the coast, the fish, the sand,
Save our wise and sacred lands.
Save our future and our Earth,
They’re the only things of worth.
Save our plants and our flowers,
Let’s protest to empower.
Stand up for the future of our planet as we did at the global climate strike today. Volunteer your time, use your social platforms for good, and tread lightly on this Earth that we call our home. It’s the only one we have. ✌🏽
(PS swipe until the end to see baby B going green back in ‘02 complete with blunt cut fringe)
George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston, Badfinger, Ringo Starr & Others Performing “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” Today Marks One Year I Have Been On This Account, It’s Incredible To See How Much It Has Grown. Thank You All ! Harrison sang the lead vocal on "Do You Want to Know a Secret" on the group's 1963 debut Please Please Me, and his first original song came later that year when "Don't Bother Me" showed up on With the Beatles. Over the next few years, he'd sing lead on songs either written by Lennon & McCartney or by one of his idols -- on 1964's Beatles for Sale, he sang Carl Perkins' "Everybody's Trying to Be My Baby" -- but generally gained attention for his nimble guitar, which alternately rang and stung. He started to emerge as a writing force in 1965 with songs on Help! and Rubber Soul -- the latter contained two noteworthy compositions in the sneering "Think for Yourself" and "If I Needed Someone" -- but in 1966 he made a forceful impression with Revolver's barbed "Taxman" and "Love You To," the latter indicating his newfound love for Indian music and culture and Eastern spirituality. Soon, the Beatles followed his lead on a pilgrimage to India in 1967, during which their manager Brian Epstein died, thereby setting the group off on a path toward its eventual dissolution. Harrison's increased artistic growth during this period certainly fueled the breakup. Upon returning from India, George entered a purple patch of creativity, producing more songs than he was allowed to feature for the band's 1968 double album, The Beatles. Tensions between the group members reached a boiling point during the sessions for Get Back, a project that was shelved and turned into Let It Be in early 1970, but the band got together for one last album in Abbey Road, a 1969 album bolstered by "Something," a Harrison ballad that turned into a modern standard almost immediately upon release.
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It’s insane maan...You guys have any suggestions on future posts/theme you want me to do?
Who’s ready for some new Fall Vintage? ✨ New Collection launches Monday! Comment below if you want a tag when we go live!
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💥 Come dressed in #70s gear in celebration of #PeaceDay ✌️ and join the all the fun! Can you dig it man? 🥃 #FullBar, open #karaoke mic 🎤 , #liveDj 🎶 , amazing #food 🍔 , all sorts of 🎲 #games. 🕺🏻 Come #party 70s style tonight!!! #EATDRINKDANCEPLAY