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August 6, 2022

 

With all nine UK hits on Columbia, in 65,

The Seekers had their first of two No.1’s on view.

When staying in the charts for 23 weeks,

arrived ‘I’ll Never Find Another You’.

 

Two more hits followed in 65.

Their next ‘A World Of Our Own’, a Top 3.

And ‘The Carnival Is Over’, making No.1,

for a three week stay, was to be.

 

In 66, ‘Someday One Day’, rose to No.11,

and ‘Walk With Me’, gained Top 10 pride.

Ending 66, and reaching No.2,

next followed ‘Morningtown Ride’.

 

Their last three UK chart hits, came in 67,

with ‘Georgy Girl’, rising to Top 3 heaven.

And ‘When Will The Good Apples Fall’,

their next hit to enter the charts, at No.11.

 

In December 67, ‘Emerald City’, peaked at No.50.

And in 68, Judith Durham ended her ‘Seekers’ story.

Now concentrating on studio album work,

her legacy, surrounded in glory.

 

R I P  Judith Durham 

1943 – 2022

Thank you for the wonderful, ‘feel good’ music.

 

 

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