"Teach Your Children" (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young). I grew up singing with my dad and his brother and cousins. We'd just all get together; they'd each have guitars, and we'd sing all kinds of music that people my age should know but usually don't. I learned how to hear harmony by the time I was six. There were too many people singing that you had to just pick a harmony and stay on it. I thought that all families sat around and sang four-part harmony when they got together. This actually isn't normal as it turns out, but I wouldn't trade growing up that way for anything.
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