Posted by: Admin | January 22, 2011

Tracks of my Years – The Lighthouse Family

After the BIG Questions, I thought we all need a little light relief! Plus, if you’re pondering the Questions, you need to let the thoughts percolate. Today’s post is relevant, but requires no cognitive effort. (Well, it is the weekend).

One of my all-time favourites: this song has helped me through so many dark times: “Don’t you think it’s time we started /doing what we always wanted…?”

The Lighthouse Family have now re-formed and are about to go on tour. I hope the venues have seats (see previous post on standing only gigs!) because I’ll be there – you, me, forever… we’re gonna get so high!

(Click through to watch on YouTube)



  1. LOVE IT—thanks so much for introducing me to this wonderful musical group 🙂

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