Seeger adapted it to a tune, a lumberjack version of "Drill, Ye Tarriers, Drill." With only three verses, he recorded it once in a medley on a Rainbow Quest album and forgot about it. The Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul and Mary and Joan Baez and many other have also recorded it into a popular folk song. Where have all the young girls gone, long time passing? When will they ever learn, when will they ever learn? And where have all the soldiers gone, long time passing? It was performed in 1962 by Marlene Dietrich in German, as "Sag' mir, wo die Blumen sind", with translated lyrics by Max Colpet. LEAVESWhere have all the flowers gone, long time passing? Where have all the young girls gone, long time ago? Where have all the young men gone, long time passing? One cannot but help notice the element of surprise when one becomes aware of the fact, for the colourful foliage more than makes up for the lack of flowers.Demonstrating this I have used the artworks of 2 artist from the Seychelles, Christine Harter who does water colours and Michael Adams who does silk screens.It serves as a gallery, exhibiting works in the rear rooms, and as a superb restaurant stretching out onto the beach touching the warm waters of the Indian ocean. has been living and working in the Seychelles for 4 decades now.She may be contacted at - Café des Arts, Côte d’Or, Praslin, Seychelles. Botanical Garden, Mahe, Seychelles by Michael Adams Botanical Garden XIIIBotanical Garden VIMICHAEL & HEATHER ADAMSMichael Adams M. His vividly colored pictures show up a wealth of detail and evoke the fecundity of the islands.
The foliage in Seychelles is remarkable and spectacular to behold.
After a dangerous courtship in Idi Amin's Uganda, both decided it was time to leave Africa and plant trees for a peaceful future. They live at Anse aux Poules Bleues in a wooden plantation house and have two children, Tristan & Alyssa - 65 chickens, 16 cats, 2 horses, 5 dogs, 40 ducks, 2 giant tortoises & a million fish in a jungle pond, (although the numbers may have changed now) guarded by a greedy little bittern heron.