Question: Where Have All The Flowers Gone Female Singer?

What is the meaning behind the song Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

In fact it is a circular song, it ends where it started, and it summarizes the consequences of war: the flowers have been taken by the young girls, the girls have been gone married to the young men, the young men have become soldiers, the soldiers have been gone to the graveyards, the graveyards have been covered with ….

Who wrote Where Have All the Flowers?

Pete SeegerWhere Have All the Flowers Gone/Composers

Where are all the flowers gone?

“Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” is a modern folk-style song. The melody and the first three verses were written by Pete Seeger in 1955 and published in Sing Out! magazine. Additional verses were added in May 1960 by Joe Hickerson, who turned it into a circular song.

Are Peter Paul and Mary still alive?

Deceased (1936–2009)Mary Travers/Living or Deceased

Who sang I Had a Hammer?

Trini LopezI Had a Hammer/Artists

Who sings Where have all the flowers gone?

Pete SeegerWhere Have All the Flowers Gone/Artists

Who wrote and sang Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Pete SeegerJoe HickersonWhere Have All the Flowers Gone/Lyricists

Where have all the flowers gone?

Where Have All the Flowers Gone? is a 2008 documentary film directed by Arturo Perez Jr. and produced by Arturo Perez Jr., Joel Sadler and Billy Troy. Perez, Sadler, and Troy travel to San Francisco to recapture the Summer of Love more than 40 years previously.

Who wrote If I Had a Hammer?

Lee HaysPete SeegerIf I Had a Hammer/Composers

Who wrote Turn Turn?

Pete SeegerTurn! Turn! Turn!/Composers

Who sang If I Had a Hammer in 1960?

Trini LopezTrini Lopez, who has died from complications of Covid-19 aged 83, was the Mexican-American singer and guitarist who became an international star in the 1960s with hits such as If I Had a Hammer and Lemon Tree; in the cinema he was also one of The Dirty Dozen.