Peace Train… Sounding Louder

How I love this!!!! ~ Kathy

The Golden Age Of Aquarius

Stevens said “‘Peace Train’ is a song I wrote, the message of which continues to breeze thunderously through the hearts of millions. There is a powerful need for people to feel that gust of hope rise up again. As a member of humanity and as a Muslim, this is my contribution to the call for a peaceful solution.”

More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_Train

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Peace Train ~ Written by
Cat Stevens

Now I’ve been happy lately, thinking about the good things to come
And I believe it could be, something good has begun

Oh I’ve been smiling lately, dreaming about the world as one
And I believe it could be, some day it’s going to come

Cause out on the edge of darkness, there rides a peace train
Oh peace train take this country, come take me home again

Now I’ve been smiling lately, thinking about the good things to come
And I believe…

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3 comments on “Peace Train… Sounding Louder

  1. Carlos says:

    Sorry to tell you I do prefer him singing it. Did you know the “peace” symbol from the 60’s is just another fancy version of an inverted cross? We should be more aware of this kind of hidden stuff we propagate.

    • Kathy Lee says:

      Peace Symbol Created (1958): In 1958, British artist Gerald Holtom drew a circle with three lines inside, intending the design to be a symbol for the Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War (DAC). The design incorporates a circle with the lines within it representing the simplified positions of two semaphore letters (the system of using flags to send information great distances, such as from ship to ship). The letters “N” and “D” were used to represent “nuclear disarmament.” (The “N” is formed by a person holding a flag in each hand and then pointing them toward the ground at a 45 degree angle. The “D” is formed by holding one flag straight down and one straight up.) http://history1900s.about.com/od/1950s/qt/peacesymbol.htm
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_symbols

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