San Francisco - Scott McKenzie


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"San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)" is a song, written by John Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas, and sung by Scott McKenzie. It was written and released in June 1967 to promote the Monterey Pop Festival. McKenzie's song became an instant hit. The lyrics tell the listeners, "If you're going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair". Due to the difference between the lyrics and the actual title, the title is often quoted as "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)". "San Francisco" reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, and was number one in the United Kingdom and most of Europe. The single is purported to have sold over 5 million copies worldwide. The song is credited with bringing thousands of young people to San Francisco, California during the late 1960s.[citation needed] In Central Europe, young people adopted "San Francisco" as an anthem for freedom, and it was widely played during Czechoslovakia's 1968 Prague Spring uprising against Soviet rule.[citation needed] The song has been featured in several films, including Frantic, The Rock and Forrest Gump (Wikipedia).

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quinn coco (el 30/07/14 a las 9:46 pm)
"San Francisco" Scott McKenzie, great song
Harriet Thornton (el 10/07/14 a las 4:27 am)
San Francisco - Scott McKenzie
Erzsébet Kertészné (el 30/05/14 a las 10:56 pm)
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waitew (el 13/01/14 a las 7:46 am)
San Francisco:once a hilly promontory covered with some of the tallest & largest trees on Earth. A literal paradise. Cut down & destroyed in the name of progress & pursuit of Gold. God retaliated with an earthquake & fire. Evil men rebuilt,God retaliated again with an earthquake,again evil men rebuilt. Today it's a testament to Sin (specially sexual sin) & the victory of evil/Satan over God.
Franziska Koeppen (el 24/09/13 a las 2:29 pm)
Today I'm going to... :-)
Airmed Ginsberg (el 04/05/14 a las 1:23 pm)
This is my childhood ! I grew up on that kind of music, thanks to my dad. I wish I could listen to this forever and more ! Anyway, it's funny to think that I'm 16 and french, I think I was born in the wrong place and the wrong century... Rip Scottie <3
Tomáš Zvěřina (el 24/06/14 a las 9:53 am)
Je to tak. Bohuzel mam ted vlasu dosti malo, budu si ty kytky muset strcit nekam jinam. Nejake napady?
Zorak Mantis (el 31/05/14 a las 2:15 pm)
This is really a great song.. i wonder why no ever play it on the radio stations. Not even stations that play oldies, i never heard of it once. 
Randy R (el 13/06/14 a las 6:35 am)
The perfect song to Celebrate the Anniversary of Monterey, The Summer of Love and back to a much different time. (Sometimes it seems like a different planet.) Still believe in MAKE LOVE AND NOT WAR. AND WE CAN ALL STILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
lollopisemis (el 15/06/14 a las 8:55 pm)
Hear this song all the time on a local radio station. I love it, it's great to find songs like these, especially since I wasn't around at the times they were popular. My parents introduced me to this kind of music, and thank goodness for that. I feel a bit sad for the kids who only listen to modern crap (most of it is in my honest opinion, with a few exceptions of course). Music simply isn't what it used to be like!

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