"Are the Good Times Really Over (I Wish a Buck Was Still Silver)" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Merle Haggard. It was released in May 1982 as the third single from his album Big City. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and #1 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada.
The tree of the Child (gold and silver)
Ugo Bongarzoni (acrylic on canvas 100x80 , 2011-2012)
As adults, we look at the world using our experience and knowledge.
A child, for what I remember from my childhood, usually, humanizes objects he sees. He considers them a form of life similar to his own and enjoys characteristics and sensations that, later, as an adult, are usually forgotten.
In front of a tree, a child, having no scientific knowledge, will focus above all on its shape, colors, the ability to interact with something he imagines animated by sentient and intelligent life, while the adult thinks almost immediately, about species, the scientific name, fruits that it can give, parasites that infest it, about photosynthesis and every notion he has acquired during his life.
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The Band Fleetwood Mac Will Be In My Area Real Soon Here ~~ A Tribute To Them From My Heart ~~ENJOY THIS VERY TALENT ALL DONING IT AT THE TOP OF THIER GAME EVEN NOW ~~ <3 <3 ~~(Video Credit to CroNix99)
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Recorded on February 18, 1969. Released on "Let It Bleed" on December 5, 1969.
Autoharp: Brian Jones. Vocals: Keith Richards. Acoustic & slide guitars: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano & organ: Nicky Hopkins.
YOU GOT THE SILVER
Hey babe, what’s in your eyes?
I saw them flashing like airplane lights
You fill my cup, babe, that’s for sure
I must come back for a little more
You got my heart you got my soul
You got the silver you got the gold
You got the diamonds from the mine
Well that’s all right, it’ll buy some time
Tell me, honey, what will I do
When I’m hungry and thirsty too
Feeling foolish, and that’s for sure
Just waiting here at