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Bobby Sherman – Seattle (Here Come The Brides)

Tribute to Bobby Sherman and the 1968-70 ABC television series “Here Come The Brides” starring Robert Brown, David Soul, Bobby Sherman, Bridget Hanley and Joan Blondell. Seattle The bluest skies you’ve ever seen in Seattle And the hills the greenest green in Seattle Like a beautiful child growing up free and wild Full of hopes and full of fears Full of laughter full of tears Full of dreams to last the years in Seattle In Seattle When it’s time to leave your home and your loved ones It’s the hardest thing a boy can ever do And you pray that you will find Someone warm and sweet and kind But you’re not sure what’s waiting there for you The bluest skies you’ve ever seen in Seattle And the hills the greenest green in Seattle Like a beautiful child growing up free and wild Full of hopes and full of fears Full of laughter full of tears Full of dreams to last the years in Seattle In Seattle When you find your own true love You will know it By her smile, by the look in her eye Scent of pine trees in the air Never knew a day so fair It makes you feel so good That you could cry The bluest skies you’ve ever seen in Seattle And the hills the greenest green in Seattle Like a beautiful child growing up free and wild Full of hopes and full of fears Full of laughter full of tears Full of dreams to last the years in Seattle In Seattle

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25 Responses to “Bobby Sherman – Seattle (Here Come The Brides)”

  1. jsicolts says:

    Great Show !

  2. 220denyse says:

    @pufferfish75 yes

  3. Beautifulmusiclistnr says:

    @pufferfish75 Yes, that is David Soul.

  4. ridgerunner721601 says:

    I was about 10 or so when Here Come the Brides was airing on Friday nights. I remember all of us guys thought Bridgit Hanley was a real cutie and all the girls liked Bobby Sherman. I remember teasing my cousin Kim by telling her she was lying about liking Jeremy and that I heard she really liked Clancy, the old Irish guy….LOL. I miss those days so much.

  5. prietaquake says:

    I was 8, I loved this show… I watched tthem all. wow! what a Blast from the Past! lol

  6. windycitylover says:

    I loved this show!! I couldn’t wait for, I think it was Friday nights, to watch it when I was a kid. I had a big crush on Bobby Sherman (who also sings the theme song). I found this because I was watching some Elvis vids, then it made me want to look up Bobby’s music, then it led me to this. Memories…

  7. peapodfontaine says:

    I remember this from my childhood, and I just have to say the comments on here are hilarious. “Bring back these kind of good clean shows”. “Those were the days” etc.

    What’s the moral value in sappy inane escapism? It was the Vietnam War. There were worldwide Revolutions in ’68! Were you people totally checked out? No wonder we went to crap.

    If you don’t watch crappy network reality shows, we are living in the Golden Age of television. The Medium has finally come into its own!

  8. RArchieFan1st says:

    @jannieja I could not agree with you more fellow 58er. We had some of the best tv back then clean and moral and good!

  9. TheBach2rock says:

    I loved watching this show! I’m a 57 classic. I would watch it again. Wise up T.V. Land.

  10. Frankster81 says:

    I haven’t seen this program since it was first released. I was living in Ohio at the time but I now live in Seattle and I love it here!

  11. pufferfish75 says:

    Is that David Soul in 1:57?

  12. tgerclaw says:

    I missed those family shows in 60′s. It was all clean and entertaining.

  13. Beautifulmusiclistnr says:

    @teceyS3 Believe me, I hear ya! I’m so tired of reality shows. They’re just soap operas with unpaid actors. I so miss the old TV shows and movies and old songs. I came across the movie “Hello Down There” with Tony Randall and Janet Leigh here on YT. I also found “Where The Red Fern Grows”. Just wonderful! I miss that kind of stuff……the clean stuff, the good stuff. I think I’ll get some clean DVD’s myself also! FYI, I stopped going to the movies in 1987 because there was just junk.

  14. teceyS3 says:

    @Beautifulmusiclistnr: i know- i miss this stuff so bad i looked on amazon to get the series on DVD- i don’t even go to the theater anymore- nothing decent to watch much there either. i want to get these old shows on DVD and sit back w/ a huge bowl of popcorn smothered in butter and enjoy ! ! !

  15. Beautifulmusiclistnr says:

    @teceyS3 You’re so right! There is just trash on TV now! Watching a show like this makes you really appreciate what we had back then. I miss good clean shows. Try turning on a TV show today without hearing a bad word. It’s almost impossible. There is nothing good to watch. I miss the clean and decent shows like this that can bring a tear to your eye.

  16. teceyS3 says:

    Dear Lord, I miss shows like this- what in the world is happening to our planet? I wish they would bring back great acting and entertainment like this- not the trash that’s on TV today!

  17. teceyS3 says:

    @Beautifulmusiclistnr: i totally agree- i miss shows like this

  18. teceyS3 says:

    @jannieja: i was born in ’58 too and i cried when i saw a rerun of this- it really made me miss those great old TV shows too- you’re so right- there’s hardly anything good on anymore- too much trash and not enough of sweet shows like these !

  19. dahsuerk says:

    Perry Como had the hit version. Believe a studio group did it for the show.

  20. monkee426 says:

    @jannieja yup i know what you mean i as born 1990 but i grew up like show like here come the brides and i love Lucy and the hardy boys and other great show like that thank GOD i had TV land than most show to day suck really bad

  21. cathode1990 says:

    Yes Bridget Hanley — Whatever happened to her? All the young guys thought she was hot—

  22. GeorgeVreelandHill says:

    I agree with jannieja.
    Those were the days.

    George Vreeland Hill

  23. Beautifulmusiclistnr says:

    @kezm1310am Bridget Hanley was on an episode of The Brady Bunch one time as an actress named Myrna (in that instance pronounced Meerna ;) ). While looking at some stuff for Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, I just noticed that today is Bobby Sherman’s Birthday (# 67). He was always a nice guy, and he’s an EMT now. Happy Birthday Bobby. God Bless you!

  24. kezm1310am says:

    @Beautifulmusiclistnr Bridget Hanley! I could not remember her name. She was big in the 70′s, as I recall. She was a doll!

  25. adric137 says:

    great voice!Seatlle is real;y blue and green!

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