What would you do if I sang out of tune?

I was 10 years old when 400,000 people went to Max Yasgur’s farm and hung out for three days of Peace, Love, and Music. But I listened to many of the songs over and over again when my friend Paulie’s older brother bought the Woodstock album in 1971 and blasted it on his porch. My dad hated it. I loved it. Check out this three-day set list to see what a wow the music was. Also, if you love music and that Summer of Love, I’d highly recommend the Woodstock documentary that was released in 2019.

What got me thinking about Woodstock? This postcard and pin published by Bethel Woods Center and sent to me from that historic site. Here’s a direct link to the 35 postcards they sell.

Anne from Postmark’d Studio went to Woodstock recently and sent this super cool card.
If you want a laugh today, check out the misheard lyrics to this song.
This pin is attached to the postcard. I want to get a surplus Army jacket and pin it on there.
Two of my favorite stamps ever were part of this package — John Lennon and Woodstock Rocks on Forever

4 comments on What would you do if I sang out of tune?

  1. Ana says:

    Got a letter from Fred and leather for Fred. I am still laughing You know over here we do exactly that with songs in English, right?
    That postcard and pin are spectacular. I will watch that documentary.

    1. Frank says:

      I didn’t know you did that with English language songs. Thats’ really funny. That letter from Fred was my favorite part!

      1. Ana says:

        Oh, yes! You have to forget the actual lyrics to hear what is in the subtitles. But it is really funny: https://youtu.be/XcSV4QQrEY4

  2. Teresa Edmunds says:

    I’ve messed up the lyrics to so many songs. The funny thing is that even when I find out what the real lyrics are I still end up singing what I’ve always done.

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