Grandpa tell me about the good old days
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Art, paintings by American artist, Robert Duncan, of rural America's bygone days. The theme is a song by the Judd's about past values. music based. ...

Art, paintings by American artist, Robert Duncan, of rural America's bygone days. The theme is a song by the Judd's about past values. music based.
I didn't make this one. I don't know who the original designer was. interesting, thoughtful, nostalgia, country music, enjoy, i did

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Grandpa tell me about the good old days Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Robert Duncan, a farmer born in Utah, started painting when he was 11 years old. He is the talented artist of these beautiful paintings that take many of us back to another time and place and fill our hearts with sweet nostalgic memories of a bygone era.
  • 2. MUSIC:GRANDPA, TELL ME ABOUT THE GOOD OLD DAYS BY THE JUDDS
  • 3. Grandpa,… tell me about the good old days.
  • 4. Sometimes it feels like
  • 5. This world’s gone crazy.
  • 6. Grandpa, take me back to yesterday
  • 7. When the line between right and wrong
  • 8. Didn’t seem so hazy.
  • 9. Did lovers really fall in love to stay
  • 10. And stand beside each other come what may?
  • 11. Was a promise really something people kept,
  • 12. Not just something they would say?
  • 13. Did families really bow their heads to pray?
  • 14. Did daddies really never go away?
  • 15. Oh, Grandpa, tell me about the good old days.
  • 16. Grandpa, everything is changing fast.
  • 17. We call it progress
  • 18. But I just don’t know.
  • 19. And, Grandpa, wander back into the past
  • 20. And paint me a picture of long ago.
  • 21. Did lovers really fall in love to stay?
  • 22. And stand beside each other come what may?
  • 23. Was a promise really something people kept,
  • 24. Not just something they would say and then forget?
  • 25. Did families really bow their heads to pray?
  • 26. Did daddies really never go away?
  • 27. Oh, Grandpa, tell me about the good old days.
  • 28. Oh, Grandpa, tell me about the good old days.
  • 29. Did families really bow their heads to pray?
  • 30. Did daddies really never go away?
  • 31. We inherit from our ancestors gifts so often taken for granted. Each of us contains within us this inheritance of soul. We are links between the ages, containing past and present expectations, sacred memories and future promise. Edward Sellner THE END bjb/04/10