Garry Blake - If I Had A Hammer album flac
- Album: If I Had A Hammer
- FLAC: 1730 mb | MP3: 1632 mb
- Released: 1965
- Rating: 4.2/5
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If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song)" is a song written by Pete Seeger and Lee Hays. It was written in 1949 in support of the progressive movement, and was first recorded by The Weavers, a folk music quartet composed of Seeger, Hays, Ronnie Gilbert, and Fred Hellerman. It was a number 10 hit for Peter, Paul and Mary in 1962 and then went to number three a year later when recorded by Trini Lopez.
If I had a hammer I'd hammer in the morning I'd hammer in the evening All over this land I'd hammer out the danger I'd hammer out a warning I'd hammer out the love between my brothers and my sisters All over this land. If I had a bell I'd ring it in the morning I'd ring it in the evening All over this land I'd ring out the danger I'd ring out a warning I'd ring out the love between my brothers and my sisters All over this land. About If I Had a Hammer. A popular song in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, the song raises the issues of segregation, racism, sexism and labor rights. Pete Seeger and Lee Hays wrote the song in 1949, and performed it for the first time at at St. Nicholas Arena in New York at a testimonial dinner for the leaders of the Communist Party of the United States. The Peter, Paul and Mary version was released in 1962 and became a top ten hit on the Billboard charts, during the folk music heydays.