"Im Wandel des Herzens ruht der Puls der Zeit"
While playing with Photoshop and "freakin' an original" I like to ask: Do you remember my posting "Morning has broken"? Today I learned from Judith - a lady who went to primary school in England in the 1950's and sang it every single morning - that Cat Stevens didn't write the words for (t)his famous song published on the album "Teaser and the Firecat". The truth is: On November, 2nd 1931 Percy Dearmer contacted the English childbook author Eleanor Farjeon (1881-1965) to write a text for his song collection "Songs of Praise". Later on Cat Stevens borrowed these lines ...