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Mal’s Music Memory – Dame Vera Lynn RIP

Hi team.

Sad note to end the week with news that Dame Vera Lynn has passed away at the grand age of 103.

Dame Vera became a household name during World War 2 with her renditions of songs that cheered the spirits of the military forces and the population of Britain and the Commonwealth during those dark times.

Her versions of those songs like We’ll Meet Again, A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square and The White Cliffs of Dover still stand the test of time today.

Who is going to be the voice we listen to as we go through our current dark times?

Mal

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