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Every Place Mapped from Beatles songs

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Last post 27/01/2019

Posted by Nancy R

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      oobu24 wrote:

      Pretty cool

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXueukxz7Zo&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR32CkJKNaS6PR7tSIJ27P42VxneIWDlt8S5mhmi97PbdvQFsGMwxwbrPDE

      Yeah! But did you notice they wrote “black MOUNTAIN hills?” 🙄

        Google maps has no location for "Black Mountain Hills".  Maybe because it does not exist.

          HaileyMcComet wrote:

          Google maps has no location for "Black Mountain Hills".  Maybe because it does not exist.

          You’re not around here very much so maybe you missed that when I listened to Rocky Raccoon with earbuds on the new remastered CD, I could finally hear “ black mining hills.” The poster included in the deluxe set still says “mountain” though, like the original poster. That’s why I posted the 🙄

            Nancy R wrote:

            HaileyMcComet wrote:

            Google maps has no location for "Black Mountain Hills".  Maybe because it does not exist.

            You’re not around here very much so maybe you missed that when I listened to Rocky Raccoon with earbuds on the new remastered CD, I could finally hear “ black mining hills.” The poster included in the deluxe set still says “mountain” though, like the original poster. That’s why I posted the 🙄

            I saw that post.  I even applauded you for admitting that you were mistaken.  That's very rare online.

            Unfortunately, whatever smiley face or emoji you posted is not coming through.  This is what I see:

              HaileyMcComet wrote:

              Nancy R wrote:
              HaileyMcComet wrote:

              Google maps has no location for "Black Mountain Hills".  Maybe because it does not exist.

              You’re not around here very much so maybe you missed that when I listened to Rocky Raccoon with earbuds on the new remastered CD, I could finally hear “ black mining hills.” The poster included in the deluxe set still says “mountain” though, like the original poster. That’s why I posted the 🙄

              I saw that post.  I even applauded you for admitting that you were mistaken.  That's very rare online.

              Unfortunately, whatever smiley face or emoji you posted is not coming through.  This is what I see:

              Oh, great. I have been using the emojis on my iPad (which I can see) instead of the ones on this site! What I posted was this: 

                oobu24 wrote:

                Pretty cool

                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXueukxz7Zo&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR32CkJKNaS6PR7tSIJ27P42VxneIWDlt8S5mhmi97PbdvQFsGMwxwbrPDE

                Very Cool!!!

                  I can see the emoji!

                    oobu24 wrote:

                    I can see the emoji!

                    Are you referring to the original post? This is off my iPad: 🙄 This is from this website: 

                    You can see the first one? 

                      Nancy R wrote:

                      oobu24 wrote:

                      I can see the emoji!

                      Are you referring to the original post? This is off my iPad: 🙄 This is from this website: 

                      You can see the first one? 

                      Yes, I can see both.

                        oobu24 wrote:

                        Nancy R wrote:
                        oobu24 wrote:

                        I can see the emoji!

                        Are you referring to the original post? This is off my iPad: 🙄 This is from this website: 

                        You can see the first one? 

                        Yes, I can see both.

                        Thank you!

                          Well, now I am on a different laptop & I can only see the one from this site. NOT the ipad one.  If you want to get technical which is really off topic...I am now on a Win7 machine running chrome. Before I was on a Win 10 one running Internet Explorer. So...go figure!?!

                            HaileyMcComet wrote:

                            Google maps has no location for "Black Mountain Hills".  Maybe because it does not exist.

                            Correct! You can find the "Black Hills" of  South "Dakota", which is famous for "mining" Black Hills Gold. Hence, "Black mining Hills of Dakota". No matter what the lyrics sheet says. 

                            I also found this on Wikipedia: 

                            "The Black Hills of Dakota is a song, written for the musical film Calamity Jane, about the singer's love for, and desire to return to, the Black Hills of South Dakota.

                            The music was written by Sammy Fain, and the lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, in 1953.[1]

                            The most notable recording of the song was done by Doris Day, issued both on the soundtrack album of the film and as a single."

                            Interesting! 

                             

                              oobu24 wrote:

                              Well, now I am on a different laptop & I can only see the one from this site. NOT the ipad one.  If you want to get technical which is really off topic...I am now on a Win7 machine running chrome. Before I was on a Win 10 one running Internet Explorer. So...go figure!?!

                              Lord Help Me. 😂

                                beatlesfanrandy wrote:

                                HaileyMcComet wrote:

                                Google maps has no location for "Black Mountain Hills".  Maybe because it does not exist.

                                Correct! You can find the "Black Hills" of  South "Dakota", which is famous for "mining" Black Hills Gold. Hence, "Black mining Hills of Dakota". No matter what the lyrics sheet says. 

                                I also found this on Wikipedia: 

                                "The Black Hills of Dakota is a song, written for the musical film Calamity Jane, about the singer's love for, and desire to return to, the Black Hills of South Dakota.

                                The music was written by Sammy Fain, and the lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, in 1953.[1]

                                The most notable recording of the song was done by Doris Day, issued both on the soundtrack album of the film and as a single."

                                Interesting! 

                                 

                                Randy, did you see my post to Hailey on 1/12/19?  The dead horse has officially been beaten. 😂