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 Author: Mark Hughes
Posted: Jul 28 2003 - 02:18 AM
Subject: It was in the simpsons.
It's a parody of the song 'The Sound of Silence' by Simon and Garfunkle written for that epsiode.
follow Author: wrezxxz
Posted: Jul 27 2003 - 03:35 PM
go Subject: It was in the simpsons.

It must be some king of beatles song or something. It was in the episode with grandpa.
At the end of the episode a song starts..'hello grandpa, my old friend...'
Please tell me who sings this song and the name of the album.

Plus if you could recommend some mellow music for me, i would be very greatful. Along the lines of jeff buckley or neil young.

Also, does anyone know what the band 'pram' sound like?

Please e-mail me the answers at [email protected]
Thank you.
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