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  • Mary Hopkin - Those Were The Days - 1968

    4:26

    Once upon a time there was a tavern
    Where we used to raise a glass or two
    Remember how we laughed away the hours
    And dreamed of all the great things we would do

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    For we were young and sure to have our way.
    La la la la...

    Then the busy years went rushing by us
    We lost our starry notions on the way
    If by chance I'd see you in the tavern
    We'd smile at one another and we'd say

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    Those were the days, oh yes those were the days
    La la la la...

    Just tonight I stood before the tavern
    Nothing seemed the way it used to be
    In the glass I saw a strange reflection
    Was that lonely woman really me

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    Those were the days, oh yes those were the days
    La la la la...

    Through the door there came familiar laughter
    I saw your face and heard you call my name
    Oh my friend we're older but no wiser
    For in our hearts the dreams are still the same

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    Those were the days, oh yes those were the days
    La la la la...

  • Mary Hopkin For All My Days

    4:41

    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




    Recollections a NEW CD now available via Mary Hopkin Music

    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
    It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary

    Pat Richmond

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  • Mary Hopkin - Goodbye 1969

    2:20

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  • Mary Hopkin Turn Turn Turn Opportunity Knocks July 1968

    5:01

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  • Mary Hopkin - In My Life

    3:03

  • Mary Hopkin Documentary Clip

    3:05

    This is a clip from a Mary Hopkin documentary I have. In this short clip, you hear from Mary's mum, a few childhood friends, and the son of the man who translated many of Mary's early recordings from English to Welsh that appear on the album The Early Recordings. There are also a few rare clips of her singing as a child and her singing now. Enjoy!

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  • Donna Donna

    3:47

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Donna Donna (Live at the Royal Festival Hall) · Mary Hopkin

    Live at the Royal Festival Hall 1972

    ℗ 2009 Mary Hopkin Music

    Released on: 2005-09-01

    Lyricist: Aaron Zeithlin
    Lyricist: Sholom Secunda
    Composer: Sholom Secunda/Aaron Zeithlin

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Those Were The Days

    5:11

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Those Were The Days (Remastered) · Mary Hopkin

    Post Card

    ℗ 2010 Apple Corps Ltd

    Released on: 1969-02-21

    Producer: Paul McCartney
    Associated Performer, Vocalist, Guitar: Mary Hopkin
    Composer: Gene Raskin

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mary Hopkin Donna Donna

    2:14

    You Look Familiar
    A new CD from Mary Hopkin and Morgan Visconti release date 25/10/2010



    Mary Hopkin sings Donna Donna, from the Expo 70 concert in Osaka Japan 1970

    Recollections a NEW CD now available via Mary Hopkin Music

    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 It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary.

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  • Morning Has Broken

    3:39

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    Morning Has Broken (Live at the Royal Festival Hall) · Mary Hopkin

    Live at the Royal Festival Hall 1972

    ℗ 2009 Mary Hopkin Music

    Released on: 2005-09-01

    Lyricist: Eleanor Farjeon
    Music Publisher: Eleanor Farjeon (Dec'd)
    Lyricist: Trad.
    Composer: Trad./Eleanor Farjeon

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • If I Fell

    2:56

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    If I Fell (Live at the Royal Festival Hall) · Mary Hopkin

    Live at the Royal Festival Hall 1972

    ℗ 2009 Mary Hopkin Music

    Released on: 2005-09-01

    Lyricist: John Lennon
    Composer: John Lennon/Paul McCartney
    Lyricist: Paul McCartney

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mary Hopkin Experience - Those Were The Days, The Adelphi Ballroom, Liverpool 2013

    6:54

    Mary Hopkin Experience featuring Cavern City Tour's own Victoria McDermott make a nice little gig at The Adelphi Ballroom Monday 26th August 2013.
    Shot right in front of the stage. In Full-HD and with good sound-quality.
    Enjoy this classic song with new lyrics!

  • Mary Hopkin ~ Knock Knock Whos There 1970

    2:29

    Written by John Carter & Geoff Stephens.
    Good Eurovision performance from Mary in 1970.
    This was the runner-up to the worthy winner, Ireland's Dana with 'All Kinds Of Everything.
    A quote from co-writer of 'KKWT' John Carter ... 'I think Mary Hopkin regretted Eurovision. She didn't want to do it and was talked into it. I don't think she liked the record.'
    Taken from TOTP2.

  • Mary Hopkin - Those Were The Days

    5:26




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    Mary Hopkin - Those were the days

    Once upon a time there was a tavern
    Where we used to raise a glass or two
    Remember how we laughed away the hours
    And think of all the great things we would do

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    For we were young and sure to have our way.
    La la la la...
    Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

    Then the busy years went rushing by us
    We lost our starry notions on the way
    If by chance I'd see you in the tavern
    We'd smile at one another and we'd say

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    For we were young and sure to have our way.
    La la la la...
    Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

    Just tonight I stood before the tavern
    Nothing seemed the way it used to be
    In the glass I saw a strange reflection
    Was that lonely woman really me

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    For we were young and sure to have our way.
    La la la la...
    Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

    Through the door there came familiar laughter
    I saw your face and heard you call my name
    Oh my friend we're older but no wiser
    For in our hearts the dreams are still the same

    Those were the days my friend
    We thought they'd never end
    We'd sing and dance forever and a day
    We'd live the life we choose
    We'd fight and never lose
    For we were young and sure to have our way.
    La la la la...
    Those were the days, oh yes those were the days

  • Дорогой длинною_-_Mary Hopkin - Those were the days.mp4

    5:05

    Песня Дорогой длинною (слова Константина Николаевича Подревского, музыка Бориса Ивановича Фомина) / Those were the days (слова Eugene Raskin). История песни на сайте

  • Gold and Silver - Mary Hopkin

    2:54

    Features on the newest album by Mary, Painting by Numbers, available now from

    Video concept and direction by Mary Hopkin. Lyrics, music and guitar by Mary Hopkin.

    Video shot and edited by Sharkbiscuit.

  • Mary Hopkin - Those Were the Days - 1983

    3:42

    On 21 February 1969 her debut album, Postcard, also produced by McCartney, was released. It included covers of three songs from Donovan, who also played on the album, and one song each from George Martin and Harry Nilsson. It reached number three on the UK Albums Chart, although it proved to be her solitary success story in that particular chart. In the United States, Postcard reached Number 28 on the Billboard albums chart.

    The next single was Goodbye written by McCartney (credited to Lennon--McCartney),] released on 28 March 1969 (APPLE 10); it reached Number 2 in the UK Singles Chart. It was kept off the top of the charts by the Beatles' single Get Back. Goodbye has never been officially released by the Beatles, although a demo version can be found on some of the Beatles bootlegs.

    Hopkin's third single, Temma Harbour, was released on 16 January 1970 (APPLE 22) and peaked at Number 6 in the UK Singles Chart in February. In March, she represented the United Kingdom in the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest, singing Knock, Knock Who's There?

  • Mary Hopkin Goodbye

    2:31

    The Fully restored and remastered Video.
    (c) Apple Corps Ltd 2010

  • Mary Hopkin Que Sera Sera

    3:08

    Recorded 1970. From THOSE WERE THE DAYS © 1995 EMI Records Ltd.

  • Mary Hopkin - In my life USTV

    3:24

    Mary Hopkins delivers a tender version of the Beatles classic In my life.

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  • Mary Hopkin Turn Turn Turn

    2:44

    Mary Hopkin's Turn Turn Turn Promo For Apple Records.
    (c) Apple Corps Ltd 2010

  • Mary Hopkin - Temma harbour

    3:25

  • Jessica Lee Morgan plays Mary Hopkin

    30:53

    Mary Hopkin's daughter Jessica performs a lovely selection of her mother's songs, with Chris Thomas on bass.
    Recorded live at the Belgian Beatle Day, Mons, 17 November 2018.
    Setlist:
    Voyage Of The Moon (acapella intro)
    Earth Song
    Ocean Song
    Sparrow
    Painting By Numbers
    Aderyn Pur
    International
    Goodbye
    Those Were The Days/Le Temps Des Fleurs.

  • Mary Hopkin - Plaisir damour

    3:23

    Mary Hopkin - Plaisir d'amour (live in France, 1969)

  • If You Love Me Realy Love Me - Mary Hopkin

    3:02

  • Oasis/Mary Hopkin If this be the last time

    4:35

    You Look Familiar
    A new CD from Mary Hopkin and Morgan Visconti release date 25/10/2010



    The Original and more Melodic Oasis from 1984 which featured Mary Hopkin, Peter Skellern, Julian LLoyd Webber
    Mitch Dalton and Bill Lovelady.
    here they sing If this be the last time From the fantastic album OASIS which is still available.

    If anyone has any objections to this video being shown please let me know and I will remove it..
    thanks

    Recollections a NEW CD now available via Mary Hopkin Music

    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 It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary.

  • LADIES OF SONG | Petula Clark / Mary Hopkin / Lulu | Top Hits!!

    27:51



    PETULA CLARK
    01. DON'T SLEEP IN THE SUBWAY
    02. A SIGN OF THE TIMES
    03. KISS ME GOODBYE
    MARY HOPKIN
    04. THOSE WERE THE DAYS
    05. GOODBYE
    06. THE HONEYMOON SONG
    LULU
    07. LET'S PRETEND
    08. BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
    09. TO SIR WITH LOVE

  • Mary Hopkin Those Were The Days My Friend

    5:06

  • Mary Hopkin Streets Of London

    4:31

    Recorded 1971. From THOSE WERE THE DAYS © 1995 EMI Records Ltd.

  • Mary Hopkin The Sparrow

    3:15

    You Look Familiar
    A new CD from Mary Hopkin and Morgan Visconti release date 25/10/2010



    Mary Hopkin sings a beautiful Gallagher and Lyle composition called The Sparrow, this clip is from the Max Boyce Show 1983

    Recollections a NEW CD now available via Mary Hopkin Music


    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 It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary.

  • Ave Maria - Mary Hopkin OFFICIAL VIDEO

    4:23

    Features on Mary's album 'Spirit', available from

    The official video for Ave Maria. Sung by Mary, photographs by Mary, video by Mary.

    From Mary's blog:

    The only album track recorded separately was 'Ave Maria', beautifully arranged and played by Alan Clark of Dire Straits. We've featured this on YouTube with a slideshow that I've just completed of some of my recent photographs. You'll see scenes of our lovely St Peter's in Pontardawe (the steeple's internal wooden structure was built by my great-grandfather) and Margam Steelworks at Port Talbot. I've always loved these views and I'm intrigued and enchanted by the contrasts and similarities between the structures -- and the beauty in both.

    Photographs and slideshow copyright Mary Hopkin 2011

    Read more about the making of 'Spirit' at

  • Mary Hopkin ‎– Post Card

    45:56

    A1 Lord Of The Reedy River
    2:33
    A2 Happiness Runs (Pebble And The Man)
    2:01
    A3 Love Is The Sweetest Thing
    3:42
    A4 Y Blodyn Gwyn
    3:06
    A5 The Honeymoon Song
    2:05
    A6 The Puppy Song
    2:42
    A7 Inch Worm
    2:31
    B1 Voyage Of The Moon
    5:52
    B2 Lullaby Of The Leaves
    2:32
    B3 Young Love
    2:09
    B4 Those Were The Days
    5:07
    B5 Prince En Avignon
    3:19
    B6 The Game
    B7 There's No Business Like Show Business
    4:01

  • Mary Hopkin - Fields of St. Etienne

    3:50

  • Mary Hopkin ~ Goodbye

    2:26

    This beautiful song by the also beautiful Mary Hopkin was released in 1969 and made number 2 in the UK charts, and in the U.S it reached number 13. i just love this song...

  • Mary Hopkin House Of The Rising Sun

    2:48

    You Look Familiar
    A new CD from Mary Hopkin and Morgan Visconti release date 25/10/2010


    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 It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary.

  • Paul and Mary Hopkin- Goodbye

    1:43

    Musica de Paul McCartney cantada por Mary Hopkin nos anos 60s.. A musa dos Beatles...

  • Mary Hopkin Jerusalem

    2:37

    I have aways liked Mary Hophin, only second to Judith Durham, so here is in my view, the best song she ever recorded

  • Oasis/ Mary Hopkin Who Knows

    4:16

    You Look Familiar
    A new CD from Mary Hopkin and Morgan Visconti release date 25/10/2010



    The Original and more Melodic Oasis from 1984 which featured Mary Hopkin, Peter Skellern, Julian LLoyd Webber
    Mitch Dalton and Bill Lovelady.
    here they sing Who Knows From the fantastic album OASIS which is still available. On this Herbie Flowers guests

    If anyone has any objections to this video being shown please let me know and I will remove it..
    thanks

    Recollections a NEW CD now available via Mary Hopkin Music

    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 It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary.

  • Mary Hopkin At The Beeb 1968-1974

    1:32:48

    Various stunning live performances by Mary Hopkin for UK radio.
    All tracks recorded for BBC's Top Of The Pops radio programme, except otherwise noted

    01 Top Of The Pops intro (26 August 1968) 00:00:00
    02 Interview (26 August 1968) 00:00:31
    03 Those Were The Days (26 August 1968) 00:01:55
    04 The House Of The Rising Sun (26 August 1968) 00:05:32
    05 The Morning Of My Life (26 August 1968) 00:07:52
    06 Turn Turn Turn (26 August 1968) 00:10:38
    07 Goodbye (3 April 1969) 00:13:29
    08 Interview (3 April 1969) 00:15:44
    09 Plaisir d'Amour (2 April 1969) 00:16:03
    Tracks 10-15: Entries for 1970 Eurovision Contest
    10 Three Ships (18 January 1970) 00:19:02
    11 Early In The Morning Of Your Life (18 Jan 1970) 00:22:05
    12 I'm Going To Fall In Love Again (18 January 1970) 00:25:23
    13 Everything You Need (18 January 1970) 00:27:57
    14 Can I Believe (18 January 1970) 00:30:42
    15 Knock Knock Who's There (18 January 1970) 00:33:28
    16 Jefferson (Morecambe and Wise, 2 June 1971) 00:36:03
    17 Ocean Song (16 July 1971 00:38:22
    18 Silver Birch And Weeping Willow (16 July 1971) 00:41:15
    19 Jefferson (16 July 1971) 00:44:12
    20 There's Got To Be More (16 July 1971) 00:46:44
    21 Interview (16 July 1971) 00:49:34
    22 Water, Paper And Clay (16 July 1971) 00:50:46
    23 Streets Of London (16 July 1971) 00:54:19
    24 Earth Song (16 July 1971) 00:57:38
    25 Let My Name Be Sorrow (It's Lulu, 17 July 1971) 01:01:35
    26 Prelude (It's Lulu, 17 July 1971) 01:04:56
    27 Snowbird [duet with Lulu] (It's Lulu, 17 July 1971) 01:08:34
    28 Sparrow (8 February 1972) 01:10:49
    29 Aderyn Pur (8 February 1972) 01:13/51
    30 What A Friend You Are (8 February 1972) 01:16:34
    31 Once I Had A Sweetheart (Capital Radio, 15 May 1974) 01:19:39
    32 With Or Without You (Capital Radio, 15 May 1974) 01:22:37
    33 Aderyn Pur (Capital Radio, 15 May 1974) 01:26:20
    34 Earth Song (Capital Radio, 15 May 1974) 01:29:28

  • Mary Hopkin - Those Were The Days 1968 HQ

    4:06

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  • Mary Hopkin - Im Going To Fall In Love Again

    2:03

    Great song about staying optimistic even if a romance should go wrong. B-side of Knock, Knock, Who's There, released as a single in March 1970. Written by Cyril Ornadel and Hal Shaper.

  • Paul McCartney - Goodbye - Lyrics

    2:35

    GOODBYE - An acoustic demo version of the song by Paul McCartney which was given to Apple recording artist Mary Hopkin for release in 1969.

  • Mary Hopkin - Turn Turn Turn

    2:56

    Edited by Vrzovski

  • ♫ Paul McCartney and Mary Hopkin filmed for Magpie 1968 /photos

    2:45

    Photos Paul McCartney and Mary Hopkin filmed for Magpie - September 6, 1968
    Prior to The Beatles' 7pm recording session, Paul McCartney was filmed with Mary Hopkin for a children's television show.
    McCartney's brief appearance saw him accompanying Hopkin on a piano as she sang and played guitar. It was filmed at the Apple Corps headquarters at 3 Savile Row, London.
    Hopkin took part in other filming during this day, between 11am and 4.30pm, in a variety of locations. The footage was subsequently edited down to 3'45 and became part of a six-minute sequence about the singer on the new children's television show Magpie.
    The film was shown in the edition of Magpie broadcast on 10 September 1968 on the ITV network, shown from 5.10-5.50pm. Hopkin also made a live appearance on the show, which was filmed in studio three at Teddington.
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  • Mary Hopkin The Puppy Song

    3:16

    Mary Hopkin The Puppy Song

  • Mary Hopkin - Puppy song

    2:39

    Mary Hopkin - Puppy song (live in France, 1969)

  • Mary Hopkin - For all my days

    4:23

    The closing song from the 1971 film Kidnapped sung by Mary Hopkin.

  • Mary Hopkin - Streets of London

    4:27

    Mary Hopkin singing her version of the classic - Streets of London. Her take on this song originally appeared on a 1971 Apple label LP entitled, 'Earth Song, Ocean Song'. Newer fans of Hopkin can hear a remastered cut on a 1995 compilation CD, released by the Toshiba EMI International label called ... Those were the days.

    The music and the lyrics are provided for entertainment and educational purposes only.

    Streets of London

    Have you seen the old man
    In the closed-down market
    Kicking up the paper,
    with his worn out shoes?
    In his eyes you see no pride
    And held loosely by his side
    Yesterday's paper telling yesterday's news

    So how can you tell me you're lonely,
    And say for you that the sun don't shine?
    Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of London
    I'll show you something to make you change your mind

    Have you seen the old girl
    Who walks the streets of London
    Dirt in her hair and her clothes in rags?
    She's no time for talking,
    Just keeps right on walking
    Carrying her home in two carrier bags.

    So how can you tell me you're lonely,
    And say for you that the sun don't shine?
    Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of London
    I'll show you something to make you change your mind

    In the all night cafe
    At a quarter past eleven,
    Same old man sitting there on his own
    Looking at the world
    Over the rim of his tea-cup,
    Each tea lasts an hour
    Then he wanders home alone

    So how can you tell me you're lonely,
    And say for you that the sun don't shine?
    Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of London
    I'll show you something to make you change your mind

    Have you seen the old man
    Outside the seaman's mission
    Memory fading with
    The medal ribbons that he wears.
    In our winter city,
    The rain cries a little pity
    For one more forgotten hero
    And a world that doesn't care

    So how can you tell me you're lonely,
    And say for you that the sun don't shine?
    Let me take you by the hand and lead you through the streets of London
    I'll show you something to make you change your mind

    Written by Ralph McTell.

    Video created June 19/2008 by MisterCanning.

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    EDIT

    June 20/2008:

    Honours for this video (2)
    # 32 - Most Responded (Today) - Music - Canada
    # 90 - Most Responded (This Week) - Music - Canada

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    June 21/2008:

    Honours for this video (1)
    # 11 - Most Responded (Today) - Music - Canada

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    June 23/2008:

    Honours for this video (1)
    # 58 - Most Responded (This Week) - Music - Canada

  • Mary Hopkin / Sundance sing Cottonfields

    3:19

    You Look Familiar
    A new CD from Mary Hopkin and Morgan Visconti release date 25/10/2010



    Mike Hurst who was with the Springfields and Mike DeAlbuquerque ex of ELO along with Mary Hopkin formed the group Sundance here they sing Cottonfields this, along with many other SUNDANCE songs can still be found on CD which can be ordered from ANGEL AIR RECORDS

    If anyone has any objections to this video being shown please let me know and I will remove it..
    thanks

    Recollections a NEW CD now available via Mary Hopkin Music

    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 It includes 12 previously unheard tracks dating from 1972 to 1980, three of which were written by Mary.

  • Mary Hopkin - Ocean Song

    4:17

    I do not own this song, it belongs to its rightful owners. No copyright infringement intended.
    Beautiful song by Welsh singer Mary Hopkin.
    Enjoy!

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