Is Anybody here remember Vera Lynn…

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Remember how she said that we’ll meet again some sunny day…

Dame Vera Margaret Lynn CH DBE OStJ (née Welch; 20 March 1917 – 18 June 2020) was a British singer, songwriter and entertainer whose musical recordings and performances were largely popular during the Second World War. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vera_Lynn

I have got the news yesterday that Vera Lynn has been passed away. Honestly, I didn’t know she’s still alive although, she had lived very hidden from society.

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Of course, she is a famous and very beloved singer and I’d say she was also one of the great helpers to win WWII with her encouragement and wonderful voice. Though, we have known her by Pink Floyd’ album “The Wall” as Roger Waters sang about her and one of her beautiful encouraging song; “We will Meet Again Some Sunny Day”

From that time we loved and appreciated her voice and have listened to her songs lovingly.

She was and is an Adorable Dame and will stay in our hearts forever 💖💖

Anyway, She died in her 103rd of her life and it is a good age for saying farewell. RIP dear Vera Lynn, I wish your soul calmness and blessing 🙏💖

Here I like to share this great song again because it is timeless. 😊💖

2 thoughts on “Is Anybody here remember Vera Lynn…

  1. Firstly, I think it’s amazing that she lived to 103 years! What an icon she was for many during WWII and for her famous song, “We’ll Meet Again” has been played, and no doubt sung, often during the UK lockdown. In the last weeks and months of her life she must’ve been deeply touched that this classic of hers had acquired new meaning 70+ years later. Blessings always, Deborah.

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