Celebrating the Spring Holidays

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  1. Crushing on the little girl over in the projects just waiting for her to come outside during summer vacation.

  2. I was a senior at Illinois State Univ. when this great song was being played on the airways.Some of the happiest days of my life with great memories…What a immensely talented group were the 5th Dimension. The following year , after graduation…Combat Corpsman training, Battle Surgery Op. Rm. Tech. Training Ft, Sam Houston TX., Surgical Internship…and then the horrors of war casualties …up close and personal…We lost over 2000 Corpsman in the the Vn War and I was proud to be their comrade.We did our best to patch up the broken and mutilated bodies of all who came to our surgical ward and remember all of those who served and sacrificed so much [some everything] for duty and honor to their fellow comrades.I became permanently disabled while in route to another duty station . Thank you veterans for your service…Dana ..Combat Corpsman/ Surgery Tech and Veteran Employment Rep[ Ret.]

  3. Great group, tremendous versatility, talent abounding. Perfect vocals. Also like all the songs this group did, including Aquarius, which is the Bomb!- and "One Less Bell to Answer"; Wedding Bell Blues, and "If I Could Reach You"- A masterpiece.⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐💜🎶🎵😇💓

  4. Went to grade school with the three dudes, at Cote Brilliante School in St. Louis. They were a year behind me,1949-1950.

  5. Hell ya!! they gettin way down at the picnic. Drinkin some moonshine at the picnic. I’m bout that life! 💛

  6. I wish I could have been the paperboy in these two girls' neighborhood…might 'ave given it my best shot at being newsworthy….

  7. I just loved the 5th Dimension and have all of their albums  –  but for the life of me I don't remember calling this rock and roll bubble rock – that term was not used back then at all and I don't know where it came from.

  8. Marylin is GORGEOUS. Loved her since I was 12. I'm 62 now. What an amazing voice… Bubblerock??? Not even close.

  9. This was an anthem that spiritually led so many changes in the late 60s. For a little while, the world was a better place. Stick that in your social media and smoke it.

  10. This was the theme of my senior class picnic in 1968! Brings back so many good memories.

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