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2009-06-24 14:30:56
My mother sang in a big band during the war, and so my lullabies were songs like "The White Cliffs of Dover", "We'll Meet Again", "Coming In On A Wing and a Prayer" and more of that genre. Obviously, they evoke a warm set of memories for me, as well.
2009-06-24 14:23:14
Vera Lynn was in Vancouver quite a few years back. I got to hear her sing that song and others. It really was emotion because back the so many young British soldiers never agin saw the White Cliffs of Dover. Kate who? ☺
2009-06-24 09:52:37
"There'll be bluebirds over the White Cliffs of Dover, tomorrow, just you wait and see.." first recorded by Ms Lynn in 1942... Kate Smith recorded the most popular version on this side of the pond...my Mom and one of her sisters used to sing it in harmony...
2009-06-24 09:05:10
There is a song called 'White Cliffs of Dover', sung by Vera Lynn...I think. The song was famous during WWII and after. When I first saw those cliffs in 1976, it was very emotional, because I always associate the song with the war.
2009-06-24 06:55:13
Beautiful picture.I have sailed by there in 1957 when I emigrated.Thanks for the description,so many on this site leave the location off.