Have I told you lately that I love you? – a favourite love song

The other day, soon after sunrise, I went for a walk to the park and found myself singing “Have I told you lately that I love you.” So I thought maybe I should do that song next on my website. It is one of my old favourite love songs from a long, long time ago. I remember hearing my mother sing this song when I was about six years of age. I picture myself sitting in the sunshine playing with my dinky toys in the dirt as she was singing in the kitchen. As a teenager I remember hearing Jim Reeves singing this song, and now as an old man I think I like the Elvis Presley version the most. After my walk to the park, I checked the back yard to see if I could see any dead cats. The night before, I heard terrible sounds of cats fighting. Why are they fighting? I don’t know! So the next day I was searching all day to see who all sings this song, and I never even looked at the world news. Then that night my wife told me that someone tried to kill Donald Trump. What is wrong with people? Why can’t everybody just live in peace? Why can’t we all just be happy to be alive, and make the best of our lives? Lots of the famous people have grown up poor, and did their best to make something of their lives. So I think love is better than hatred, and hope you all enjoy living and loving!

  1. Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters
  2. Bobby Vinton
  3. Brook Benton
  4. Daniel and Majella O’Donnell
  5. Eddie Cochran
  6. Eddie Cochran – “live”
  7. Eddy Arnold
  8. Elizma Theron – boere meisie rockin’ the Free State
  9. Elvis Presley (take 1 and 7)
  10. Elvis Presley (take 2)
  11. Elvis Presley (take 6)
  12. Elvis Presley (take 13)
  13. Elvis Presley – with girls
  14. Elvis Presley and the girl from the movie – my favourite love song
  15. Floyd Cramer
  16. Foy Willing
  17. Gaither Vocal Band
  18. Gene Autry
  19. Gene Autry – pictures
  20. Geraldine – a rock version of this song
  21. Grand ladies of country music
  22. Hank Williams snr
  23. Hillbilly music
  24. Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius
  25. Jim Reeves – fireplace
  26. Jim Reeves – “live”
  27. Johnny Rodriguez
  28. Karaoke version
  29. Karaoke version – with the Jordanaires – backing for Elvis
  30. Karaoke version smash – another version – with the Jordanaires
  31. Line dance – Elizma Theron
  32. Lulu Belle and Scotty (Wiseman)
  33. Marty Robbins
  34. Marty Robbins – “live”
  35. Michael Buble
  36. Michael Buble – with pictures
  37. Patti Page
  38. Porter Wagoner and Sketter Davis
  39. Red Foley and Kitty Wells
  40. Remo Kit
  41. Ricky Nelson – “live”
  42. Ricky Nelson – studio recording
  43. Ricky Nelson – TV show
  44. Ringo Starr
  45. Roger Whittaker
  46. Sissy Spacek
  47. Slim Whitman
  48. Stonewall  Jackson
  49. Tex Ritter
  50. Thelma and Jon
  51. Willie Nelson
  52. Rod Stewart – This is not the same song, even though it has the same title, but I enjoyed it. I also have other websites, and would like to invite you to visit my website: Country Gospel and Bible. Here is a bit of trivia, this song, “Have I told you lately that I love you” was written by Scott Wiseman who is featured on the list with his wife Lulu Belle. He wrote a lot of wonderful songs, and lots of them are my favourite love songs, sung by many different artists.
  53. Here is some more trivia
  54. In the 70’s I was on a temporary permit in South Africa, and a preacher from America heard me singing at somebody’s house, and invited me to come to America and sing in his church. My wife said: “You say you always go where you are invited, so let’s go.” So we sold everything and came on a trip to America. During that trip, I bought a book called: “Sing your heart out country boy.” So I have just taken the book off the bookshelf, and found what Scott said about this song. In 1944 he was in hospital in Chicago, and one afternoon his wife Lulu Belle came to visit him. Before she left she whispered to him: “Have I told you lately that I love you?” As he lay there in hospital bed thinking of his lovely wife, he thought that it would be a good title for a song, so he wrote it. Some friend took it to Gene Autry in Hollywood, and he recorded it. The money he got from all the recordings was enough for them to buy their retirement home in the hills of North Carolina. Isn’t that a wonderful love story?
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Love letters in the sand – a favourite love song

This song reminds me of when I was a kid. Every few years went on vacation to a nice warm climate by the sea. It was so exciting to see and hear the waves pounding, and to the smell the lovely sea-breeze. There is nothing quite the same as the “holiday spirit.” No more school, no more worries. We had pocket money every day to enjoy the sun, the surf, the sand and the soda pop pop! The pretty girls were everywhere. At the roller rink, I skated to the song: “Like a tiger” by the fabulous singer Fabian. There are so many things that still burn strongly in my memory from so many years ago. Stop and smell the roses on the way! Don’t worry, be happy! Forget the cares of the world. Just be free! It was so much fun being a kid.

I heard “Love letters in the sand” by Pat Boone, and have a number of versions of him singing this song, where people have added beautiful pictures and videos. This is definitely one of my favourite love songs. So many people love to sing this song, so I have added many other singers, and have tried to do them alphabetically. I hope it makes you happy. This song makes me happy.

  1. Andy Williams
  2. Bert Farroach – lapsteel
  3. Best of the British Dance Bands
  4. Bill Haley
  5. Billie Jo Spears – nice photos
  6. Billy Vaughn
  7. Bobby Bare
  8. Cicci Guitar Condor
  9. Daniel O’Donnell
  10. Das Ballroom Sundikat – orchestra
  11. Douglas Kratz – guitar
  12. Ed Palermo
  13. Ellert Nordmark – electric guitar
  14. First recording – Majestic Dance Orchestra – Helen Rowland 1931
  15. Foster and Allen
  16. Frank Chacksfield and orchestra
  17. Gene Austin 1931 – (extra verse)
  18. Grace Saren
  19. Isaac Callender and Louise Steinway
  20. Jean Rose Palacio
  21. Jerry Lee Lewis
  22. Jerry Wicentowski – extra verses
  23. Kay Das – Steel guitar
  24. Kevin Garrigan
  25. Lagaringer – singing with Ukulele
  26. Lee Morse – lyrics below
  27. Lennon Sisters
  28. Leon Redbone – extra verse
  29. LeRoy van Dyke
  30. Lettermen
  31. Louis Robinson and Duck Adkins
  32. Mac Wiseman 1955 – (with extra verse)
  33. Marie Osmond
  34. Mike Reed – Hammond organ
  35. Nat King Cole
  36. Nita Talley
  37. Pat Boone – smiling
  38. Pat Boone – nice pictures and lyrics
  39. Pat Boone – Beautiful picture of beach and palm trees, with lyrics
  40. Pat Boone – Waves washing onto the beach with surfers and lyrics
  41. Pat Boone – With heart in the sand and pictures
  42. Pat Boone – Beautiful pictures of the sea, and big lyrics
  43. Patsy Cline – Pictures of Patsy
  44. Patsy Cline – record cover
  45. Ray Conniff and orchestra
  46. Red Steagall
  47. Rick Curtis – Guitar instrumental
  48. Ruth Etting 1931 – (extra verse)
  49. Slim Whitman
  50. Sonny James
  51. Victor Wood
  52. Vikingarna
  53. Vince Hill
  54. We went to a Pat Boone show where he explained that he needed a song for the flip-side of the record he had planned to make, and randomly chose “Love letters in the sand” and it turned out to be one of his biggest hits! I also have a gospel web site where I feature Mr. Pat Boone, if you would like to check it out. It is called countrygospelandbible
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My mother sang her favourite love songs and also gospel songs

When I was a little boy growing up in Salisbury, Rhodesia, I remember my mother singing lots of her favourite love songs while she was busy in the kitchen, and I heard them while I was outside playing with my toys. Songs like: When it’s Springtime in the Rockies, A kiss is still a kiss as time goes by, I’m an old cowhand from the Rio Grande, On the Isle of Capri, Down Mexico way, Be a little forgiving take me back in your heart, I’ll be loving you always, Don’t sit under the apple tree with anyone else but me, and many, many more.

Then she got saved, and sang songs like: The lily of the valley, I tried the broken cisterns Lord, and Happy day that fixed my choice, etc. Then she wanted to get filled with the Holy Spirit, and as the preacher was on his way to pray for her, my brother and I were naughty, and she spanked us, and ended up in a very bad mood. When Pastor Price prayed for her she went into some kind of dream where she was in the sea, and the waves were coming over her. Then she felt she had drowned. (When she was young her daddy drowned in Illovo Beach, South Africa, while saving a girl from drowning).

Then it seemed like, far away someone was speaking in tongues. That person just kept on and on speaking in tongues for a long time. Then she got curious as to who was doing that. When she woke up, she found it was herself speaking in tongues, and she was lying on the floor! The pastor said she had a mighty baptism in the Holy Ghost.

Many years later when we were having house meetings in Bulawayo, every now and then she would speak in tongues, and expect someone to do the interpretation. But there was no interpretation. When I was a teenager I remember going with my mother to a ‘Keswick’ meeting somewhere outside of Bulawayo. There were about a hundred people there from all different churches. Then during prayer time, mother started speaking in tongues! I thought: “No mother, don’t do that here! These people don’t believe in that sort of thing!”

After the meeting, when we were outside, I remember seeing Pastor Bob Beatty speaking to my mother. He was a missionary from America. She told me later that he was asking her what languages she spoke, etc. Apparently she was speaking in some African language that he had learnt, to minister to a particular tribe in Rhodesia. Some years later, in the early 70’s, I remember Bob Beatty inviting me to sing at a mission station somewhere near Gwelo.

In the late 70’s I remember Pastor Marks inviting me to sing at his church outside of Que Que. I remember the church building being next to the main road between Bulawayo and Salisbury. There were banana palms behind the church, and the pastor’s house behind the banana palms. Before going to that church, the Holy Spirit impressed upon me the words of the Apostle Paul in the Bible. “Let him that speaketh in tongues, pray that he might interpret.” (1 Corinthians 14:13). Then I realized that my mother should have asked the Lord for the interpretations when she spoke in tongues. She had the anointing on her, so it was her responsibility to do the interpretations as well, and not expect someone else to do it.

In one of the meetings, I invited people to come forward for healing. I seem to recall there were six people. The last person I prayed for was a woman. I laid my hands on her shoulders and prayed for her. Then she started speaking in tongues. So I said to her: “Now, give the interpretation.” There was a bit of a silence. Then she said: “The Lord has forgiven your sins.”

Straight after that I gave an invitation for people to received Jesus Christ as their Saviour, and about twelve people came forward.

The next morning, my wife and I were sitting in their living room talking to Pastor Marks, when the phone rang. We heard half the conversation. Apparently some woman who was in the service the night before, was asking Pastor Marks what languages the other woman spoke when I prayed for her. He explained that she spoke English and a bit of the local African language, then he asked her why she was inquiring. She said that last night the woman spoke in Hellenic, and with her being Greek, she understood what she was saying. So he asked her what she had said, and she replied that she spoke in Hellenic, then she said the same thing over again in English!

So Pastor Marks explained to her what happened on the day of Pentecost, how the disciples were filled with the Holy Spirit, and spoke in various languages the people knew, who had come to Jerusalem from all different parts of the world. (Acts chapter 2, in the Bible).

Many times since then, the devil has attacked me, telling me that my sins are not forgiven. Beloved, the devil is a liar. Keep serving God, as best as you know how, and we’ll meet again on the streets of gold, in a land where we’ll never grow old!

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Favourite love songs by Trini Lopez

When I was a teenager I loved listening to a record by Trini Lopez as he sang favourite love songs to a “live”audience. With a “live” audience, I knew that what I was listening to was the “real thing!” I longed to be able to be like him, and sang some of the same songs.

  1. A taste of Honey
  2. America “live” 1963
  3. And we were lovers
  4. Are you sincere?
  5. Around the world
  6. Baby, the rain must fall
  7. Beautiful brown eyes
  8. Blowing in the wind
  9. Blue velvet
  10. Bye Bye Blackbird (recorded “live” at PJ’s 1963)
  11. Bye Bye Love (recorded “live”)
  12. Chantilly Lace
  13. Cotton fields
  14. Crazy arms
  15. Devil woman
  16. Don’t let the sun catch you crying
  17. Don’t let your sweet love die
  18. Don’t think twice
  19. Down by the riverside
  20. Fever
  21. Fly like an eagle – official music video
  22. Fly me to the moon
  23. Four strong winds
  24. Gentle on my mind
  25. Gonna get along without Ya now
  26. Gotta travel on, Marianne, Down by the riverside, When the saints, Volare (recorded “live” at PJ’s)
  27. Green, green – My favourite love song by Trini Lopez – (recorded live at PJ’s 1963)
  28. Green, green grass of home
  29. Greenback dollar
  30. Hello Dolly
  31. I got a woman
  32. I will wait for you
  33. If
  34. If I had a hammer “live” with Andre Rieu
  35. If you want to be happy (recorded “live”)
  36. I’m coming home, Cindy
  37. I’m grateful
  38. I wanna be free
  39. Kansas City (recorded “live” at PJ’s)
  40. Kansas City “Live “ video , black and white
  41. Leaving on a jet plane
  42. Lemon tree
  43. Let’s think about living
  44. “Live” at Cal State – 1 hour
  45. “LIVE” at PJ’s 1963
  46. “LIVE” in Australia 1968 – 56 minutes
  47. “LIVE” Medley of songs – Netherlands
  48. Lonely weekends
  49. Love letters
  50. Master Jack
  51. Marianne
  52. Michael rowed the boat ashore
  53. Moon River
  54. Oh, lonesome me (recorded “live” at PJ’s 1963)
  55. Once a day
  56. Only in my dreams
  57. Our day will come
  58. People
  59. Personality
  60. Pretty eyes
  61. Rambling man
  62. Return to me
  63. Scarlet ribbons
  64. Side by side
  65. Sinner man
  66. Smile
  67. Strangers in the night
  68. Sunshine Superman and Cry like a baby
  69. Tammy
  70. The Bramble bush
  71. The letter
  72. The lonesome road
  73. The 32nd of May
  74. There’s a kind of hush
  75. Trini Lopez and Sha Na Na
  76. Trini Lopez and the Everly Brothers – medley
  77. This land is your land (Recorded “live”)
  78. This little girl of mine (“live” recording)
  79. This train
  80. Unchain my heart
  81. Walk right in
  82. We’ll sing in the sunshine
  83. What’d I say (recorded “live” at PJ’s 1963)
  84. When the saints come marching in
  85. Where can my baby be?
  86. Windy
  87. Yes you do
  88. Yesterday
  89. You are my sunshine
  90. You are my sunshine (beginner line dance)
  91. You are my sunshine (beginner line dance) Korea
  92. You are my sunshine (line dance beginner level)
  93. You know
  94. You talk too much
  95. You’ll never know
  96. Your ever changing mind Lots of these favourite love songs bring back so many memories as Trini Lopez sings them. Be happy.
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Santa – “fairy stories”

I heard about Santa when I was a little boy growing up in Southern Rhodesia. I also heard about the snow and the reindeer, etc. However, it was the middle of summer in our country, and I remember hearing people say it was “A 100 degrees in the shade.” (Fahrenheit).  Yet I heard about Santa, and the snow, and the reindeer, and the chimney, etc. Our chimney was too small for anyone to come down, and we never had any snow in our country, and we didn’t have any reindeer either! So it all felt like “fairy stories!”

Churches are also into all the “fairy stories.” There is no such word as “Christmas” in the Bible. That word may also be taking Christ’s name in vain, because Jesus never gave authority for his name to be used in that way. Jesus never gave authority for the use of his name in the word “Christian” either. In fact that is opposite to what Jesus taught. Jesus said: “Many shall come in my name saying ‘I am Christ’ and shall deceive many.” (Matthew 24:5). When I was a kid, I too was deceived. I read in the Bible that the disciples were called “Christians” first in Antioch, but some ‘unknown person’ is not a credible witness. (Acts 11:26). Jesus said: “By the mouth of two or three witnesses shall every word be established.” (Matthew 18:16). King Agrippa used the word “Christian“ right in front of Paul, but Paul never used that word. (Acts 26:28). King Agrippa is not a reliable witness either. His ancestors tried to kill baby Jesus, they killed John the Baptist, they killed James, and wanted to kill Peter. Peter is the only disciple in the Bible to use that word “Christian,” and he uses it in connection with persecution. “If any man suffer as a ‘Christian’ let him not be ashamed, but glorify God on this behalf.” (1 Peter 4:16). Peter got beaten by the leaders of Israel for believing that Jesus was the Christ. (Acts chapter 5). He got imprisoned a few times, and Herod wanted to kill him. (Acts chapter 12). Peter said: “Love the brotherhood.” (1 Peter 2:17). Jesus means “Saviour” and Christ means “Messiah.” There is only ONE Saviour and ONE Messiah, and that is Jesus Christ of Nazareth. Faith in that name can cause the lame to walk, and dance with joy! (Acts chapter 3). All my life, I have basically had three teachers: 1. Church people. 2. The Doctor of the Bible School. 3. The Holy Spirit. I choose to follow the Holy Spirit, even though church people get very angry with me at times. I don’t want to tell any lies to try and please people, I want to go to heaven one day! All liars are going to go to the lake of fire! (Revelation 21:8). There is also no such thing in the Bible as December the 25th. There is nothing in the Bible about the shepherds being with their sheep on a cold winter’s night. A Rabbi on the internet said that the sheep in Israel only have babies in the springtime.

I am of the opinion that Jesus was born in the springtime in Israel. Let me give you my reasons. In Exodus chapter 12, God himself told Moses that His New Year starts 14 days before Passover. Then one year later at Mount Sinai, in Arabia, (Galations 4:25), God told Moses he must erect the tabernacle on the first day of God’s New Year. (Exodus chapter 40).That was when the glory of God came down from heaven into the tabernacle. When Jesus got born, the angels sang: “Glory to God in the highest.” When Jesus got born, that is when the glory of God came down to earth in the form of a baby. “A body hast Thou prepared me.” (Hebrews 10:5). We met a preacher that went to heaven and back, and he said that Jesus was born at Passover, and died at Passover. I have never been to heaven and back, so I didn’t argue with him, but it was in the “springtime” that Jesus got born, not in the winter.

The Romans believed in the sun-god, and when the days got shorter in the winter, they thought that the sun-god was dying. So, 25th of December is the day of the re-birth of the sun-god according to Pope Gregory’s Calendar. Sun worship is death penalty in the Bible. (Deuteronomy  chapter 17). When the Israelites were in Egypt, God made the sun go dark, to show the Egyptians that the sun is not a god. (Exodus chapter 10).  So beloved, I urge you to follow the teachings of God as found in the Bible, and forget all the pagan stuff that comes out of Rome. Paul even wrote to the church in Rome and said to them: Be not conformed to the world (Rome), but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect will of God. (Romans 12:2).

Jesus told the religious leaders of his day that their traditions made the word of God of none effect. (Mark chapter 7). Most people seem to be very bound by their traditions. They make their traditions higher than the word of God. Beware. One day there will be a day of judgment. There are only two places to go: the new earth or the lake of fire. (Revelation chapter 21).

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Favourite love songs by Janey Kirk

I came across Janey Kirk the other day, and she sings a lot of my favourite love songs. She is sometimes joined by her daughter Carla and other people in her performances. She seems to be a vibrant personality, and I hope you enjoy these selections.

  1. Am I that easy to forget
  2. Country Roads – with Carla
  3. Don’t break the heart that loves you
  4. Don’t forget to remember me
  5. Don’t play that song again
  6. Heartaches by the number
  7. I can’t help it if I’m still in love with you – Favourite love song by Janey Kirk
  8. I really don’t want to know
  9. If you love me let me know – with Carla
  10. I’ll never fall in love again
  11. I’ll never find another you
  12. It keeps right on a hurting
  13. Jealous heart
  14. Let me be there
  15. Let your love flow – with Carla
  16. Little arrows – with Leapy Lee – I remember this favourite love song being at the top of the hit parade in Rhodesia back in the 60’s.
  17. Make the world go away – with Rose Marie
  18. Mocking bird hill
  19. Mona Lisa
  20. Mother of mine – with Carla
  21. One day at a time – with Lena Martell
  22. Remember you’re mine
  23. Rose of San Antone
  24. Scotland forever
  25. Sea of heartbreak
  26. Send me the pillow – This is still one of my favourite love songs.
  27. Silver threads among the gold
  28. Suspicious minds
  29. Teach your children – with Carla
  30. Where the boys are
  31. You win again

I hope you have enjoyed some of these favourite love songs by Janey Kirk, and for those in her country, I hope you are still enjoying attending her performances.

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Van Haat tot Liefde – Handelinge 9

Hierdie strokiesprent is van die Bybel af, hoe Jesus ‘n man se lewe verander het. Hy kan dit ook vir u doen. As die prente nie hier opkom nie, u kan dit hier vind: https://countrygospelandbible.com/

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From hatred to love – Acts chapter 9

Many years later just before he was killed he wrote:


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Mary Duff – Favourite love songs

Mary Duff sings some of my favourite love songs from a long time ago. There are others that I have never heard before. I hope you enjoy them!

  1. Beautiful Meath
  2. Can I sleep in your arms
  3. Country roads take me home There is something about this favourite love song that just tugs at the heart.
  4. Dear God
  5. Fields of Athenry
  6. Going home
  7. Heartaches by the number – My favourite love song by Mary Duff I used to sing this song a lot when I was young.
  8. How great Thou art To me this is one of the holiest worship songs ever. It is important to love God first, then your neighbour too!
  9. I’ll be your San Antone rose
  10. Jealous heart I used to play this favourite love song in my taxi, and one woman cried and said it is so true. I took her from a woman’s shelter to another city.
  11. Just loving you
  12. Lipstick on your collar
  13. Making believe
  14. My boy Lollipop
  15. Nearer my God to Thee
  16. One bird on the wing
  17. Patsy Cline songs – Sweet dreams about you, Faded love, Walking after midnight, I fall to pieces, Rich man’s gold, Crazy.
  18. Power of love
  19. Red is the rose
  20. She broke her promise
  21. Silver and gold
  22. There is a place
  23. Till I waltz again with you
  24. Till the white rose blooms again
  25. Turn back the years
  26. Voice of an angel
  27. When Irish eyes are smiling My grandmother always used to sing this song.
  28. Where would that leave me
  29. Whispering hope – with Daniel O’Donnell
  30. Will You walk with me
  31. Working man
  32. Yellow roses
  33. You are so far away I hope you like these favourite love songs by Mary Duff. Love is better than hate. Please forgive all your enemies, and love them instead! I also have a gospel website if you would like to check it out: countrygospelandbible.com
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Favourite love songs by Lance James

I saw Lance James at the Middelburg Show many years ago. He was talking about the bad guy who stole the other guy’s girlfriend in the Tennessee Waltz. Here are some favourite love songs that he sings, hope you like them. I just saw today on the Four Jacks and a Jill Facebook page that Lance has just moved on. R.I.P.

  1. Adios amigo
  2. Ballad of the green berets
  3. Blue Spanish eyes
  4. Coward of the county
  5. Distant drums One of my favourite love songs.
  6. Don’t let me cross over
  7. Faded love
  8. Good hearted woman
  9. He stopped loving her today
  10. Heaven is my woman’s love
  11. I love you more each day
  12. Mamas don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys
  13. No charge
  14. One pair of hands Lance James also sings gospel songs, and if you would like to hear more you are welcome to visit one of my other websites: Country gospel and Bible
  15. Please help me I’m falling
  16. Stand beside me – with Barbara Ray
  17. Tennessee waltz
  18. That silver haired Daddy of mine
  19. The most beautiful girl – One of my favourite love songs by Lance James
  20. To all the girls I’ve loved before – with Rian Ungerer
  21. Your cheating heart
  22. You’re my best friend I have done these favourite love songs in alphabetical order so that I can add more of Lance James’ songs later. Happy trails to you.
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