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DESCRIPTION1. John grew up near a place called Strawberry Fields in Liverpool. 2.Ringos real name is Richard Starkey. Are you ready for 1967 ?. 4. The first lyrics to Yesterday were scrambled eggs.. 3.Michelle was inspired by Pauls favorite technique for picking up girls at parties. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
<p>Are you ready for 1967?</p> <p>Are you ready for 1967 ?By : Alexis Brown1. John grew up near a place called Strawberry Fields in Liverpool.2.Ringos real name is Richard Starkey3.Michelle was inspired by Pauls favorite technique for picking up girls at parties.4. The first lyrics to Yesterday were scrambled eggs.Table of contentsPages number Pg. 2Pg. 3Pg. 4Pg. 5Pg. 6Pg. 7Pg. 8</p> <p>Are you ready to sing and artist?1.To Sir With Love Lulu 2. Light My Fire The Doors3. Windy The Association4. Ode To Billie Joe Bobbie Gentry5. The Letter The Box Tops6. Daydream Believer The Monkees7. Somethin' Stupid Nancy Sinatra And Frank Sinatra8. Happy Together The Turtles9. I Heard It Through The Grapevine Gladys Knight &The Pips2</p> <p>The number 10 song By : Strawberry Alarm Clock, incense and peppermints:Good sense, innocence, cripplin' and kind.Dead kings, many things I can't define.Oh Cajun spice, sweats and blushers your mind.Incense and peppermints, the color of thyme.</p> <p>Who cares what games we choose?Little to win, but nothing to lose.</p> <p>Incense and peppermints, meaningless nouns.Turn on, tune in, turn your eyes around.Look at yourself, look at yourself,Yeah, yeah.Look at yourself, look at yourself,Yeah, yeah,Yeah, yeah.</p> <p>To divide the cockeyed world in two.Throw your pride to one side, It's the least you can do.Beatniks and politics, nothing is new.A yardstick for lunatics, one point of view.</p> <p>Who cares what games we choose?Little to win, but nothing to lose.3Good sense, innocence, crippled and kind.Dead kings and many things I can't define.Oh Cajun spice, sweats and blushers your mind.Incense and peppermints, the color of thyme.</p> <p>Who cares what games we choose?Little to win, but nothing to lose.</p> <p>Incense, peppermints, incense, peppermints.</p> <p>Sha-la-la, sha-la-la....</p> <p>7</p> <p>The president in 1967On November 22, 1963, John F. Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Texas. The event thrust Lyndon Johnson into the presidency. A man widely considered to be one of the most expert and brilliant politicians of his time, Johnson would leave office a little more than five years later as one of the least popular Presidents in American history. The man who had risen from the poor Hill Country of Texas to become the acknowledged leader of the United States Senate and occupant of the Oval Office would return to Texas demoralized and discredited. He died four years later, a few hundred feet from the place of his birth.5</p> <p>Kathrine SwitzerIt is named after a small seacoast town in Greece, called Marathon. This is where an important battle took place in 490 BCE. After the battle, a messenger ran to Athens with news of victory. The distance was about 25 miles. The old legend said that the messenger ran so hard that after he delivered the news he fell down dead. The Greeks loved this story and the messenger became a heroic figure in Greece. It was not until a thousand (!) or so years later, in 1896, that the marathon became a running event for sport. The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens in 1896 and organizers decided a special run from the town of Marathon to the Olympic Stadium in Athens would create public interest. They called the race the Marathon Race, and indeed, it created great excitement. After this, organizers began organizing other marathons and the event became a permanent fixture in the Olympic Games. The word marathon therefore now is also used as an adjective meaning long lasting; so, a marathon phone call, for instance, means a lengthy phone call.7</p>
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