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Paul Simon

Hosts Jo Whiley, Mark Radcliffe and Zane Lowe introduce Paul Simon on the Pyramid Stage and a variety of performance highlights from the other main stages.


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I think we will be able to cultivate mushrooms. Glastonbury

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won't take a year off. Move to Arizona. Make a massive mess of

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other people's festivals. Glastonbury's year off everybody

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should have a well deserved rest. Go to Ibiza. Voluntary Services

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Overseas. It should sleep. around the coast of England and

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This programme may contain flashing Good afternoon and welcome to a

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wonderful Sunday afternoon here at the Glastonbury Festival. You can

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see the scenes of what it is like, where it was grey there was rain

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lashing down, now is bathed in the sunshine. It is beautiful. It is

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amazing how quickly it dries out. know. People are in such a great

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mood. It is like a carnival atmosphere here today. The bands

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are arriving and they are going to get to play in some sunshine.

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Really great spirits. It is like a mixture of a carnival and Sunday

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afternoon in the park, and everybody is waiting, this is

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building up to The Legends slot. We have had Neil Diamond. Shirley

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Bassey, Tom Jones. Today it will be Paul Simon. We will bring that to

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you, so you will get to enjoy the music of Paul Simon. A proper

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legend. Paul Simon coming very shortly. Let's kick-off with a

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rocking performance from The # And while the city sleeps

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# I won't weep because I didn't keep

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# My boyfriend and the summer's end is here again

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# And the leaves are golden # Under the grand silver birch tree

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# While we're thinking about the people we meet

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# Dancing feet wasters on the cover of a magazine

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# People you've kissed people you lust

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# And the one's that you might not # Ever remember what's the use?

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# I'm not what I was last summer # Not who I was in the spring

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# Tell me, tell me, tell me when we will learn

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# We love it and we leave it and we watch it burn

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# Damn these wild young haars # Damn these wild young hearts

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# Now that's the city's awake my heartaches

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# Oh what a silly mistake it seems I've made

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# You left your keys under my bed # Left a thumping in my head

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# I would say sorry what's the use? # Cause I'm not what I was last

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September # And I don't wear the same robes

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in May # We know we shouldn't do it

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# But we do it anyway # We know we might regret it but it

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seemed OK # Damn these wild young hearts

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# If now is forever then what's to prove

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# Cause it won't be the same next summer

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# And I guess I'll see you in the spring

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# Somebody tell me, tell me, tell me, when will I learn

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# I love it and I leave it and I watch it burn

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# Damn this wild young heart # I told you damn this wild young

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heart # Damn this wild young heart

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# Tell me, tell me, tell me, when will I learn

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# Damn this wild young heart. # CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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The Noisettes. It is terribly impressive that she can sing like

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that and play Bass at the same time. Great performer. That was The

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Noisettes. We are back now in our beautiful garden, hopefully if are

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watching and you are disappointed because you didn't get tickets, we

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have given you that experience over the weekend, come rain, come Shane,

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you have felt like you have been here. You have experienced the

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headliners. We will do that with Beyonce. This afternoon it is all

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about chilling out. Also, Mark's feet have been exposed for the

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first time. We have gone from wellies to boots and I have come

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prepared. You probably had a pedicure before you came here today.

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All the time! That person over there? That's him. All right? Right,

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we have lots of Paul Simon coming your way. We were going to watch

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Bellowhead. We had a date to watch Bellowhead. We never made it.

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got busy. Here, for you, we were grafting, but we can have

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# Some like whisky # Some like beer

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# I wish I had a barrel here # Whisky old

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# Rising up from down below # Whisky old

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# Rising up from down below # Whisky old

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# Whisky up a loft this yard must go come rising up from down below

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# Whisky killed my sister Sue # And whisky killed my brother too

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# Whisky killed my poor old dad # And whisky drove my mother mad

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# Whisky oh Johnny oh # Rising up from down below

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# Whisky oh Johnny oh # Rising up from down below

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# Whisky oh Johnny oh # Rising up from down below

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# Up a loft this yard must go come rising

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# If whisky comes too near my nose # It's up she comes and down she

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goes # A pull and broker every man

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# And a barrel full for the shan'ty # Whisky oh Johnny oh

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# Rising up from down below # Whisky oh Johnny oh

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# Rising up from down below # Whisky oh Johnny oh

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# Rising up from down below # Up a loft this yard must go

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Wow, did you see that fiddle and the Tam Breen... Multi-tasking!

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This place is made for Bellowheads. Whisky Is The Life Of Man or Woman.

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There was a woop from a certain presenter who shall remain nameless.

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Paul Simon is still to come. We have got great acoustic music for

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you and this was - people were misty-eyed when they heard these

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guys in rehearsal. You are going to enjoy this. It is a blend of

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contemporary influences and traditional Indian influences. It's

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Raghu Dixit who comes from Bangalore. I am really looking

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forward to it. People were saying it is really dream-inducing. They

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# Neele aakaash mein, # Neele aakaash mein,

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# Goonjoon, garajoon aur barsoon # No man will ever love you

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# No man will ever love you # No man will ever love you

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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# Ohsawariyaan re, # Aaakaash mein goonjen meri aarzoo

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# No man will ever love you # No man will ever love you

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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# No man will ever love you APPLAUSE

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That was Raghu Dixit. Now the next thing you are going to see is a

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band who were on the Main Stage, Pyramid Stage, at 11.00 this

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morning. That is where they have novelty acts. It was a band.

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used to be the Glastonbury Brass Band. There is a village, you go

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down a steep hill, Port Isaac, it is featured in Doc Marten. I have

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never seen it. Martin Clunes is in it. You go down the steep hill. A

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couple of nice pubs there, aquarium, pottery. Nice cream teas! A group

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of hearty souls gather to do singing and they make an amazing

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noise. I first saw these guys five years ago, went for a pint and they

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were there singing. They were called Fisherman's Friends. This is

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We are a group who formed up in the early '90s, late '80s. We called

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ourselves the Fisherman's Friends. They all dabbing in their own

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fishing with their own boats. # We are making money with this

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sound... # Our singing is based on the Cornish

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tradition of standing in a semi- circle. Our songs are work songs,

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they come from the working days of sound and they are basically all

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sung to create a rhythm. These songs were evolved by ordinary

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people and so people can still relate to them now, you know, they

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are the people's songs. We are the people's shan'ty men. We first got

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picked up, this was the plan, if we get to Glastonbury, that's it,

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we've made it. It is a huge mega- deal for us. We are hoping someone

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is prepared to get up that early and come and see us. Got through

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about ten checkpoints, we had to strip naked. We are finally in!

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didn't have to, Trev. One or two chose to do that. It is very muddy.

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It is not so bad. Wake up and smell the bacon! It's the Fisherman's

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Friends. Cornish flags, very important. Makes us feel as though

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we are at home. We are up for it. Come on, boys! Here we go, guys.

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are going to sing you some frolicking songs from the days when

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Fantastic. You were magnificent. didn't seem like there were many

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people there. By the time we With some of those artists, they

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play the Pyramid Stage and you worry about them getting lost. That

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stage was not big enough for Fisherman's Friend. I love the

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story of that band and they are so lovely. You couldn't kind of make

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up a better story. It is like Calendar Girls. They are making a

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film about that story. They still go to Port Isaac and they will sing

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to anyone who want to share a pint with them. They are a very

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expensive round as I found to my cost in a hotel bar! Yeah, in

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principle... They are worth it. Yeah, yeah. We still have Paul

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Simon coming up of course. Very shortly. But whilst we are basking

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in the sunshine here, relaxing on this cow/bonkette... Couch. Gemma

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is out there. I woke up hanging this morning, guys. Wow, I'm here

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at the Circus Field with Annabel doing the trapeze. All the blood

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has rushed to my head. I'm coming up. Put your hands on the bar.

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Take your feet underneath. I tried to do that gracefully. Hello.

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You do a lot of trapeze lessons for people who aren't in any fit state

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like myself. It is fun? It is fun. How was I? You were good. Very

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confident. You held that... they usually as scared as me?

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are. You are the big dog around here! What is going on behind us?

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They are all training at the moment. Felipe is doing a handball lance.

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We have some spinning ladders. All sorts of different acts. They have

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to train every day. How do you come up with the name? We are No Fit

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State Circus. I love it. I'm no no fit state. Annabel, do something

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cool. Get on that trapeze. I'm going to run away to the circus.

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Wow! So much more elegant than me. Yeah, just hanging. See you later,

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guys. Why have they got Gemma to do that and why didn't they send you

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there? I would have paid good money. With my natural balance, I was a

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shoe in for that. In live television, they shout at us in our

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ear, like, "Shut up, that's enough of you!" Do they do that to you

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often? Quite often. Do you not get that? No. We didn't realise Gemma

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was poised on her head. She is very high viz. In that outfit,

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absolutely. She's the style guru of Glastonbury this year. Coming up

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shortly, we will bring you some more flavours of what is happening

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here, maybe the odd acoustic, Laura Marling was playing a little while

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ago. Talking of Fisherman's Friends, Laura was on her own. We will chat

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about her in a little while. For now, we will bring you some Paul

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Simon who was in action half an hour ago. First of all, let's find

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out about the background of Paul Simon.

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He says you can call him Al, but most of us know him as Paul Simon.

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Today, Glastonbury welcomes him to the Pyramid Stage. Paul's early

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career started out with his childhood friend Art Garfunkel.

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Together as Simon and Garfunkel in the '60s they would find themselves

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redefining folk music. Simon writing songs that would somehow

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capture the mood of the changing times.

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# Please Mrs Robinson... # After 13 years singing together,

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the smash 1970 album Bridge Over Troubled Water was their last

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studio recording together. # I'm sailing right behind... #

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Simon would recommence a solo career that had begun back in 1965

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when he released the Paul Simon Song book whilst playing the

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English folk clubs. Everything was an adventure. I was living far away

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from home in another culture in another country. I would play there

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maybe once a month and it was always packed. There was a feeling

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of camaraderie. It was probably the most enjoyable time of my life.

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was during this period that he discovered the global rhythms that

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influenced his 1972 hits Mother and Child Reunion. In 1986, his global

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hit Graceland explored the music of South Africa. It catapulted him

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back to the top of the charts but created a political storm as he

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travelled to Johannesburg to incorporate the sounds of the South

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African township with his songwriting. It featured many South

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African musicians. Graceland was revolutionary and introduced the

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music of Soweto to an international audience. His music continues to

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influence. In recent years, he's won a new generation of fans as

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acts as Vampire Weekend have covered his songs. When I think of

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it it's pretty close to Indie thinking. It is rhythmic, it is not

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mainstream. It's more old music. Now he's back with the new album So

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Beautiful or So What which went to the upper reaches of the charts.

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Today he is about to grace the Pyramid Stage with a set of his

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classic songs old and new, delivered by that iconic voice that

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could only be Paul Simon. I have never been to Glastonbury. I am

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curious to see what it is. We will adjust the set to whatever the

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crowd wants, sort of, however we interpret what the crowd wants.

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# And the sun was beating on the # There was a bright light

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# The bomb in the baby carriage was wired to the radio

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# These are the days of miracle and wonder

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# It was a dry wind And it swept across the desert

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# And it curled into the circle of birth

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# And the dead sand falling on the children

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# The mothers and the fathers and the automatic earth

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# These are the days of miracle and wonder

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# This is the long-distance call

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# The way the camera follows us in slo-mo

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# The way we look to us all

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# The way we look to a distant constellation

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# That's dying in the corner of the sky

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# These are the days of miracle and wonder

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# And don't cry, baby Don't cry, don't cry

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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# The way the camera follows us in slo-mo

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# The way we look to us all, oh yeah

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# The way we look to a distant constellation

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# That's dying in a corner of the sky

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# These are the days of miracle and wonder

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# And don't cry, baby Don't cry, don't cry, don't cry. #

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# It's a turnaround jump shot It's everybody jumpstart

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# It's every generation throws a hero up the pop charts

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# Medicine is magical and magical is art

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# Thinking of the boy in the bubble and the baby with the baboon heart

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# And I believe these are the days of lasers in the jungle

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# Lasers in the jungle somewhere

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# Staccato signals of constant information

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# A loose affiliation of millionaires

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# And billionaires, and baby

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# These are the days of miracle and wonder

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# This is the long-distance call

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# The way the camera follows us in slo-mo

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# The way we look to us all, oh yeah

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# The way we look to a distant constellation

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# That's dying in a corner of the sky

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# These are the days of miracle and wonder

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# And don't cry, baby Don't cry, don't cry, don't cry. #

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# And don't cry, baby Don't cry, don't cry, don't cry. #

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# And don't cry, baby Don't cry, don't cry, don't cry. #

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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# The problem is all inside your head, she said to me

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# The answer is easy if you take it logically

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# I'd like to help you in your struggle to be free

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# There must be fifty ways to leave your lover

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# She said, it's really not my habit to intrude

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# Furthermore, I hope my meaning won't be lost or misconstrued

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# But I'll repeat myself at the risk of being crude

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# There must be fifty ways to leave your lover

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# Fifty ways to leave your lover

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# You just slip out the back, Jack Make a new plan, Stan

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# You don't need to be coy, Roy Just get yourself free

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# Hop on the bus, Gus You don't need to discuss much

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# Just drop off the key, Lee And get yourself free

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# Ooh, slip out the back, Jack Make a new plan, Stan

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# You don't need to be coy, Roy Just listen to me

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# Hop on the bus, Gus You don't need to discuss much

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# Just drop off the key, Lee And get yourself free

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# She said, it grieves me so to see you in such pain

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# I wish there was something I could do to make you smile again

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# I said, I appreciate that And would you please explain

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# About the fifty ways?

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# She said, why don't we both just sleep on it tonight?

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# And I believe in the morning you'll begin to see the light

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# And then she kissed me and I realised she probably was right

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# There must be fifty ways to leave your lover

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# Fifty ways to leave your lover

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# You just slip out the back, Jack Make a new plan, Stan

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# You don't need to be coy, Roy Just get yourself free

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# Hop on the bus, Gus You don't need to discuss much

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# Just drop off the key, Lee And get yourself free

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# Slip out the back, Jack Make a new plan, Stan

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# You don't need to be coy, Roy Just listen to me

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# Hop on the bus, Gus You don't need to discuss much

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# Just drop off the key, Lee And get yourself free. #

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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There

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There was

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There was the

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There was the man in action and here we have him beside us. How are

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you feeling? Well, I wish I were feeling better. You have a sore

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throat? I came down with something two days ago and it's just

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lingering. It's such a beautiful day. I was so looking forward to

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playing here. I'm happy about - that I done it, but I wish I had

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done it with my voice, my real voice. Why did it appeal, why did

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you want to be here? I have always heard - first of all, I have had

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many friends who have told me about it. Anyone for example that you can

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tell us? Famous? I don't mind! have friends who aren't famous,

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whose opinions I think of and... Performers? No, I can't think of

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any that I spoke to in particular. I always heard it was one of the

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great festivals and very interesting and had interesting

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acts and was something that I wanted to do and I had been asked

:35:58.:36:06.

to do it several times and for whatever reason I couldn't fit it

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in, or I was doing something else. This was something that I really

:36:12.:36:18.

looking forward to and I'm happy that I did it. I'm disappointed I

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wasn't at my best. You sounded great. I said he's still got a

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beautiful tone to his voice. literally said that. What a great

:36:27.:36:33.

band. Who is the guy who seems to be your right-hand man with the

:36:33.:36:39.

long pony-tail? Mark Stuart. What a guitar player! He is fabulous. He's

:36:39.:36:49.
:36:49.:36:51.

been with me for oh let's say 12 or 13 years. Vincent, on my left,

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Vincent from Cameroon, he played on Rhythm of the Saints. All the

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percussion, it sounds fantastic. You were talking in the film before,

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you try and interpret what the audience might like. Is it

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difficult picking a set list for something like this? Erm, a little

:37:10.:37:20.
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bit. I have been playing theatres and clubs so and I have been

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playing that in order to play the new material from So Beautiful and

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So What. Yeah. When I play in those venues, everybody there knows, they

:37:34.:37:43.

already know the new record. They know it. So it makes this set list

:37:43.:37:46.

seamless and you don't feel there is one song that is very famous and

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another that isn't. You can see the connection through the years of how

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the music has evolved and still has elements from the earliest days.

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Sure. If I were to reconstruct the set here today, I would say given

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the reaction to You Can Call Me Al, which we never play... Do you not?

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Did you enjoy that? Sure I did. With my voice, I probably would

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take out a ballad and put in a couple more up-tempos. How would

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you sum up your Glastonbury experience? It's so short, the

:38:30.:38:37.

amount of time that I'm here, you know. It's hardly an experience.

:38:37.:38:43.

But you mean just looking at it from... Yes. A couple of words how

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it felt to you? It is a large festival. I have played in front of

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a few people! A few! Large crowds before. Did it feel good? I like

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playing in the daylight. And you can see that the audience like it,

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too. I am sure they are much relieved to be standing in a

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beautiful warm sunshiney day... weather made it all. Thank you for

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coming back. Thank you for talking to us. This is Diamonds On The

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# She's a rich girl # He's a poor boy

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# Empty as a pocket # She got diamonds on the soles

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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# She got diamonds on the soles of # She's got diamonds on the soles

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# Well, that's one way to lose # Then she slipped into my pocket

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# Because I please you wearing these diamonds

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# And I could say, oo oo oo

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# As if everybody knows what I'm talking about

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# As if everybody here would know what I was talking about

:41:32.:41:35.

# Talking about diamonds on the soles of her shoes

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# Talking about diamonds on the soles of her shoes

:41:41.:41:51.
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# He makes the sign of a wave

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# The poor boy changes clothes and puts on aftershave

:42:29.:42:32.

# To compensate for his ordinary shoes

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# To compensate for his ordinary shoes

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# And she said Honey, take me dancing

:42:42.:42:52.
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# But they ended up by sleeping in a doorway by the bodegas

:42:53.:42:57.

# And the lights on Upper Broadway

:42:57.:43:00.

# Wearing diamonds on the soles of their shoes

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# And I could say, oo oo oo

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# And everybody here would know what I was talking about

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# I mean, everybody here would know exactly what I was talking about

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# Talking about diamonds...

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# Diamonds on the soles of our shoes

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# Diamonds on the soles of our shoes

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# People say I'm crazy

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# I got diamonds on the soles of my shoes

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# Well, that's one way to lose these walking blues

:44:01.:44:05.

# Diamonds on the soles of your shoes. #

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# Ta, na, na, na, na

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# Ta, na, na, na, na

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# Ta, na, na, na, na

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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# I was having this discussion # On this friend of mine who had

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# So what are you going to do about it?

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# That's what I'd like to know

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# You don't feel you could love me but I feel you could

:47:03.:47:10.

# It was in the early morning hours when I fell into a phone call

:47:10.:47:16.

# Believing I had supernatural powers I slammed into a brick wall

:47:16.:47:22.

# I said, hey, is this my problem? Is this my fault?

:47:22.:47:26.

# If that's the way it's gonna be

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# I'm going to call the whole thing to a halt

:47:28.:47:30.

# You don't feel you could love me but I feel you could

:47:30.:47:36.

# You don't feel you could love me But I feel you could

:47:36.:47:46.
:47:46.:48:10.

# Walking down the street when I thought I heard this voice say

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# Say, ain't we walking down the same street together

:48:16.:48:19.

# On the very same day?

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# I said Hey senorita, that's astute

:48:22.:48:26.

# I said, why don't we get together and call ourselves an institute?

:48:26.:48:30.

# You don't feel you could love me but I feel you could

:48:30.:48:36.

# You don't feel you could love me but I feel you could

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Thank

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Thank you

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Thank you so

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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# They give us those nice # Makes you think all the world's

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# So Mama, don't take my Kodachrome away

:52:56.:53:06.
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# If you took all the girls I knew when I was single

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# And brought them all together for one night

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# I know they'd never match my sweet imagination

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# Everything looks worse in black and white

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# Kodachrome

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# They give us those nice bright colours

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# They give us the greens of summers

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# Makes you think all the world's a sunny day, oh yeah

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# I got a Nikon camera I love to a photograph

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# So Mama, don't take my Kodachrome away. #

:53:57.:54:07.
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# So Mama, don't take my Kodachrome away. #

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# So Mama, don't take my Kodachrome away. #

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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So Mama, don't take So Mama, don't take

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# Gone at last, gone at last # Gone at last

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# I had a long streak of that bad # Oo, oo, oo

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# She just grabbed my sympathy Sweet little soul

:56:09.:56:13.

# Now, what's your problem? Tell me why you're so downcast

:56:13.:56:17.

# I've had a long streak of bad luck But I pray it's gone at last

:56:18.:56:25.

# Gone at last, gone at last Gone at last, gone at last

:56:25.:56:31.

# I had a long streak of bad luck But I pray it's gone at last

:56:31.:56:41.
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# Once in a while from out of nowhere

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# When you don't expect it and you're unprepared

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# Somebody will come and lift you higher

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# And your burdens will be shared

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Yes, I do believe if I hadn't met you

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# I might still be sinking fast

:57:06.:57:09.

# I've had a long streak of that bad luck

:57:09.:57:13.

# But I pray it's gone at last Gone at last, gone at last

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# Gone at last, gone at last

:57:19.:57:23.

# I had a long streak of bad luck But I pray it's gone at last

:57:23.:57:33.
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# I had a long streak of bad luck But I pray it's gone at last

:57:40.:57:50.
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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Thank

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Thank you.

:58:31.:58:41.
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# A man

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# A man walks

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# A man walks down

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# A man walks down the street # He says why am I soft in the

:59:24.:59:26.

middle now # Why am I soft in the middle

:59:26.:59:28.

# The rest of my life is so hard # I need a photo-opportunity

:59:28.:59:33.

# I want a shot at redemption # Don't want to end up a cartoon

:59:33.:59:41.

# In a cartoon graveyard # Bonedigger

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# Dogs in the moonlight # Far away my well-lit door

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# Mr Beerbelly # Get these mutts away from me

:59:53.:59:57.

# You know I don't find this stuff amusing any more

:59:57.:00:02.

# If you'll be my bodyguard # I can be your long-lost pal

:00:02.:00:06.

# I can call you Betty # And Betty when you call me

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# You can call me Al # A man walks down the street

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# He says why am I short of attention

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# Got a short little span of attention

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# And my nights are so long # Where's my wife and family

:00:24.:00:30.

# What if I die here # Who'll be my role model

:00:30.:00:33.

# Now that my role model is gone, gone

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# He ducked back down the alley # With some roly-poly little bat-

:00:40.:00:43.

faced girl # All along along

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# There were incidents and accidents

:00:44.:00:49.

# There were hints and allegations # If you'll be my bodyguard

:00:49.:00:53.

# I can be your long-lost pal # I can call you Betty

:00:53.:00:56.

# And Betty when you call me # You can call me Al

:00:56.:01:01.

# Call me Al # A man walked down the street

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# It's a street in a strange world # Maybe it's the Third World

:01:05.:01:09.

# Maybe it's the first time around # He doesn't speak the language

:01:09.:01:19.
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# He holds no currency, he's a foreign man

:01:20.:01:29.

# He is surrounded by the sound # The sound

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# Cattle in the market place # Scatterlings and orphanages

:01:35.:01:40.

# He looks around, around # He sees angels in the

:01:40.:01:43.

architecture # Spinning in infinity

:01:43.:01:53.

# He says amen and Hallelujah! # If you'll be my bodyguard

:01:53.:01:57.

# I can call you Betty # And bet ten when you call me

:01:57.:02:05.

# You can call me Al # Call me Al

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:02:15.:02:23.

# Na-na-na # Oh, yeah

:02:24.:02:33.
:02:34.:02:51.

# Oh, oh, yeah # If you'll be my bodyguard

:02:51.:02:57.

# I can be your long-lost pal # I can call you Betty

:02:57.:03:02.

# And Betty when you call me # You can call me Al

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An enormous crowd out the front of Pyramid Stage enjoying the sunshine.

:03:43.:03:48.

A whole bunch of hits courtesy of Mr Paul Simon. I love him for many

:03:48.:03:52.

reasons. A great songwriter. When ever he performs live, he couldn't

:03:52.:03:58.

look less interested. Do you think? He plays the most amazing songs.

:03:58.:04:02.

He's already been Paul Simon for his whole life. He doesn't have to

:04:02.:04:07.

do anything else. Brilliant scenes. Hello there, it is us, Zane and

:04:07.:04:12.

Lauren. Thank you for sticking with us. We have some lovely stuff on

:04:12.:04:22.
:04:22.:04:22.

Glastonbury 2011 for you, including next a film about ancient

:04:22.:04:32.
:04:32.:04:33.

For the past 40 years, festival- goers have been building their own

:04:33.:04:36.

mythology here on the Glastonbury site. This part of the country has

:04:36.:04:42.

been a destination of pilgrims of all kinds for over 5,000 years.

:04:42.:04:45.

Thousands of festival-goers will stream down these hillsides to

:04:45.:04:50.

watch U2 make history on that stage. How many of them will appreciate

:04:50.:04:54.

just how much truly ancient history surrounds them here? The very first

:04:54.:05:02.

Pyramid Stage was constructed on this spot in 1971. Its appearance

:05:02.:05:05.

was very difference to the Great Pyramids of Egypt, but the idea

:05:05.:05:13.

behind it was much the same. Festival organiser Andrew Care

:05:13.:05:20.

wanted to create a free festival that was more than a gig in a field.

:05:20.:05:24.

The Pyramid Stage was to be a spiritual satellite dish able to

:05:24.:05:28.

pick up and channel the vibrations of the cosmos. Whether or not you

:05:28.:05:32.

agree with Andrew's approach to stage-building, it is an undeniable

:05:32.:05:37.

fact that this landscape is littered with ancient sites. It's

:05:37.:05:43.

also full of myth and legend. Andrew moved the Festival from

:05:43.:05:47.

September to the Summer Solstice in June continuing the tradition of

:05:47.:05:53.

the equinox pilgrimage. He also insisted on erecting the Pyramid

:05:53.:05:59.

Stage on what he believed was a line connected this site to

:05:59.:06:08.

Stonehenge. The site is overlooked by this geological outcrop,

:06:08.:06:16.

Glastonbury Tower. The Celts called this place The Isle of Glass. Apart

:06:16.:06:21.

from the famous muddy Glastonburys, there is precious little sign of

:06:21.:06:31.
:06:31.:06:34.

the sea around here. On a dry day, you can see the Glastonbury

:06:34.:06:39.

Festival site from here, somewhere over there. Today is not a dry day.

:06:39.:06:43.

In keeping with another Glastonbury Festival tradition, the weather has

:06:43.:06:50.

gone bad. In ancient times, these levels were a shallow marshy sea

:06:50.:06:55.

with small islands connected by wooden causeways so maybe there is

:06:55.:07:00.

some truth in the legend of Avalon after all. The connections with

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:07:10.:07:18.

Hi. Hello, Neil. Great to see you. How are you? Well. How long has

:07:18.:07:24.

this place been the focus of legend? This place has been

:07:24.:07:32.

Arthurian for about 900 years, going back to 12th Century. What

:07:32.:07:35.

trigger Arthurian legend here? is the myth that when King Arthur

:07:36.:07:42.

was killed he was brought to the Isle of Avalon. No-one knew where

:07:42.:07:46.

that was until the monks of Glastonbury started digging up the

:07:46.:07:52.

place and what they found here was the coffin of King Arthur. Why do

:07:52.:07:57.

you think the Arthurian legend is the one that so endures in this

:07:57.:08:02.

part of the world? Well, all nations want a great figurehead and

:08:02.:08:08.

if we look back into the Dark Ages, what we find in reality are petty

:08:09.:08:13.

chieftains. If a country wants to be great, it needs something a bit

:08:13.:08:17.

larger-than-life and King Arthur filled that role. The other

:08:17.:08:21.

important thing about King ar thundershower is the notion that he

:08:21.:08:25.

never really died -- King Arthur is the notion that he never really

:08:26.:08:31.

died. Perhaps he lives on. For many people, this landscape is charged

:08:31.:08:34.

with the energy of all those who have passed through it before them.

:08:35.:08:39.

From the ancient architects of Stonehenge, to those seeking Avalon

:08:39.:08:43.

itself, so perhaps it is fitting that Glastonbury should inhabit

:08:43.:08:48.

this landscape now, drawing yet more people together and creating

:08:48.:08:54.

new legends that are all its own. There we are, we are in a place

:08:54.:09:00.

rich in history. I was chatting to Kool and the Gang and they were at

:09:00.:09:05.

Stonehenge drinking it in. There is going to be more history made this

:09:05.:09:09.

evening in its own small way, Beyonce will be the first female

:09:09.:09:12.

headliner on the Pyramid Stage. That is brilliant. Incredible. It

:09:12.:09:17.

is hers for the stealing. There's people out there already camping

:09:17.:09:21.

outside waiting for Beyonce to take to the stage. There is a lot of

:09:21.:09:24.

curiosity amongst the superfans. Really nice to get to grips with

:09:24.:09:31.

the tradition of the Festival. You don't get that at Reading!

:09:31.:09:35.

Speaking of traditions, do you like I have gone for the Festival straw

:09:35.:09:44.

hat? I'm very proud of you. It was time. Five! Over here, is a couple

:09:44.:09:50.

of ladies who have made a brand-new album. We are going to hear them

:09:50.:10:00.
:10:00.:10:23.

# God bless the world, # God bless the world,

:10:23.:10:33.
:10:33.:10:36.

# If I found the boy, the one with golden eyes

:10:36.:10:40.

# You know I think I'd haunt you

:10:40.:10:44.

# And if I found the rhyme then I would take the time

:10:44.:10:48.

# And sing you one more line and it would go like

:10:48.:10:52.

# God bless the world, it's so glorious

:10:52.:10:55.

# God bless the ones we've loved

:10:55.:10:58.

# God bless the ones we've lost

:10:58.:11:00.

# God bless the world, it's so glorious

:11:00.:11:04.

# I will never die, never die like you

:11:04.:11:14.
:11:14.:11:17.

# I felt his hand today, across my shoulder

:11:17.:11:22.

# I'll kneel down to pray

:11:22.:11:25.

# Say afterlife's OK

:11:25.:11:28.

# But it got so lonely when you turned away

:11:28.:11:38.
:11:38.:11:49.

# God bless the world, it's so glorious

:11:49.:11:53.

# God bless the ones we've loved

:11:53.:11:55.

# God bless the ones we've lost

:11:55.:11:57.

# God bless the world, it's so glorious

:11:57.:12:01.

# I will never die, never die like you

:12:01.:12:10.

# I felt his hand today, across my shoulder

:12:10.:12:15.

# I'll kneel down to pray

:12:15.:12:17.

# Say afterlife's OK

:12:18.:12:22.

# But it got so lonely when you turned away

:12:22.:12:26.

# I saw his lie today, across my shoulder

:12:26.:12:31.

# I'll kneel down to pray

:12:31.:12:34.

# I feel like hell today

:12:34.:12:38.

# But it got so lonely when you turned away

:12:38.:12:43.

# I felt his hand today, across my shoulder

:12:43.:12:48.

# I'll kneel down to pray

:12:48.:12:51.

# Say afterlife's OK

:12:51.:12:54.

# But it got so lonely when you turned away

:12:55.:13:04.

# It got so lonely when you turned away

:13:04.:13:11.

# It got so lonely when you turned away. #

:13:11.:13:21.
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APPLAUSE

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APPLAUSE Thank

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Thank you

:13:31.:13:32.

Thank you very

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Thank you very much.

:13:32.:13:36.

Thank you very much. That was The Pierces. Did you see the Coldplay

:13:36.:13:43.

set? Did Guy do well? We did not see it. I am sure he did great.

:13:43.:13:49.

didn't watch it! You can check it out and watch it on the website.

:13:49.:13:57.

Brilliant. Thank you very much. Beautiful. Still to come: We have

:13:57.:14:02.

The Vaccines performing on the John Peel Stage. Right now we are going

:14:02.:14:12.
:14:12.:14:15.

to the permid stage -- the Pyramid Stage to see Laura Marling. She

:14:15.:14:22.

plays music that is suited for an intimate audience. She was good on

:14:22.:14:32.
:14:32.:14:32.

Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

:14:32.:15:13.

# Hold your devil by his spoke # But someone brought you

:15:13.:15:23.
:15:23.:15:23.

# Brought you to me # What of which you wish to speak

:15:23.:15:33.
:15:33.:15:50.

# Hold your devil by his spoke # But the love of your life lives

:15:50.:16:00.
:16:00.:16:01.

# The arms are fed # And the backs have bled

:16:01.:16:11.
:16:11.:16:46.

# And I hold your face # Ripping off each other's clothes

:16:46.:16:56.
:16:56.:17:26.

# Ripping off each other's clothes The very brilliant Laura Marling on

:17:26.:17:32.

the Pyramid Stage earlier today with Devil's Spoke. She has been

:17:32.:17:40.

working with Ethan Jones again. It's a stronger build from softer

:17:40.:17:46.

to boombastic at the end. We have excited about that concept.

:17:46.:17:48.

Vaccines have had a wonderful weekend and it has been an

:17:48.:17:53.

incredible six to eight months for this band. You could tell instantly

:17:53.:17:57.

when you heard them they were going to be a force to be reckoned with.

:17:57.:18:03.

They have gone on to play some big shows. They have done some touring

:18:03.:18:07.

with Arctic Monkeys. Their Glastonbury consisted of two shows,

:18:07.:18:17.
:18:17.:18:31.

# Everyone needs a helping hand, who # Someone up the social scale for

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# Have post break-up sex that helps you forget your ex

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# What did you expect from post break-up sex

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# Leave it till the guilt consumes I found you in the nearest room

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# All our friends were unaware, most had just passed out downstairs

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# To think I'd hoped you'd be OK No, I can't think of what to say

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# Maybe I misunderstood but I can't believe you're feeling good

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# From post break-up sex that helps you forget your ex

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# What did you expect from post break-up sex

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# Post break-up sex that helps you forget your ex

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# What did you expect from post break-up sex

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# When you love somebody but you find someone

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# And it all unravels and it comes undone

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# Post break-up sex that helps you forget your ex

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# What did you expect from post break-up sex post break-up sex

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# Post break-up sex that helps you forget your ex

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# What did you expect from post break-up sex post break-up sex

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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That

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That was

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That was part

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That was part of The Vaccines from the John Peel Stage. It is all

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about the headliner tonight, Beyonce. Everybody has been talking

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about it. There are rumours flying around the site. People are saying

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Nelson Mandela will make a speech in the middle of her set -

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unlikely! People are talking about Kanye West appearing. That is not

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going to happen. Other members of Destiny's Child. That may happen.

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Jay-Z appearing. That is going to happen! The supportive husband

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thing. He will do Crazy Love. They will do three or four - bonny and

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Clyde. They will do a few. I don't care as long as she does

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Bootilicious and Crazy Love. Let's hear from the woman herself. This

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is what Beyonce had to say about appearing at Glastonbury 2011.

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the first woman to ever headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury.

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Unbelievable! I didn't know that. I was just told that two days ago.

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What is Beyonce's take on the Festival? My first impression of

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Glastonbury was actually in pictures and it was it is a Nateing

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to me to see everyone in their wellies in the mud, all -- it was

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fascinating to me to see everyone in their wellys in the mid all

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united. One day I thought I would like to do a festival and I never

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ever thought I would be able to headline Glastonbury. What does she

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make of the Glastonbury crowd? Everyone is so free. Everyone is

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diverse. They love great art and great music. It doesn't matter

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where you come from and what type of music you sing. I have seen the

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response to Stevie Wonder, I have seen the response to Coldplay, to

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Jay-Z and it just feels so good to know that it is music-lovers and

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they want to enjoy good music. does the bootilicious Queen of Pop

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feel about taking on the Festival? I am the biggest fan of U2 and

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Coldplay. I have spoken to both of them about my set because I'm like

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OK, you guys are a little bit more familiar with the Festivals and I

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needed to make sure they gave me their approval and they are, I mean

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they are genius and I am so excited to share the stage with them and

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for Glastonbury to recognise a woman and feel like we have the

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strength and power to headline. I am so honoured that I am the chosen

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woman! I promise, ladies, I'm going to rock! She is going to rock! You

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can do the dance and everything. Will you teach me it? You can do

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the dance! I can. All the ladies can do the dance. When I started to

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talk about doing Glastonbury coverage this year, on Yeonpyeong

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day, it is going to be for -- on Yeonpyeong day, it is going to be

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about the ladies. -- Beyonce day, it is going to be for the ladies.

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We will be back with Beyonce on BBC Two later tonight at 10.00pm. If

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you want to relive yesterday's action from the Pyramid Stage, you

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can check out Coldplay on BBC Four. On BBC Three tonight, at 7.45, tune

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in for more highlights including Plan B. He is tearing it up! He was

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very nervous. There's all sorts of other stuff online. I am quite

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excited about Kool and the Gang. Yeah. That is going to be awesome.

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He is going to stay put and get down, get down. I know, they have

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the... Morrisy had the gong and the double ba -- Morrissey had the gong

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and the double bass. Beyonce will need a gong. Nelson Mandela - I

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will be astounded if he showed up for a quick chat. It will be good.

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Whatever happens, it will be fantastic. What is your favourite

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Beyonce song? Crazy Love. If she does bring out the Destiny's Child

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girls that will be phenomenal. There's so many songs that would be

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the moment. We will find out later. Join us tonight at 10.00pm. Turn

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over to Four for Coldplay. Plan B on Three later. We will see you

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later for Beyonce. Take care. # But look at how times

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# Sweep your feet # I've got that real love

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Apology for the loss of subtitles for 72 seconds

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# I've got that real love # Sweep your feet

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# I've got that real love # I've got that real love

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# Sweep your feet # I've got that real love

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# Yeah, baby, know I've got that real love for you know

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# Yeahhh, ooh... #

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Sunday afternoon live coverage from Glastonbury continues with hosts Jo Whiley, Mark Radcliffe and Zane Lowe bringing you the best of the live music from the world famous festival. Songwriter and million selling artist Paul Simon leads the crowds in a mass sing along on the Pyramid Stage.

Also, in this programme expect to see acoustic performances in the BBC Two garden and highlights from the other main stages, plus a sneaky look at the unseen areas of the festival.