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I really never saw many soaps. My mom was working when I was growing up in the 50s and 60s, so I pretty much watched TV series when we were home.
In the late 60s when I was 15 or so, I came to enjoy the show when I was out sick from school, and started to listen for the beautiful lead-in music.
It was very touching and uplifting, I remember. The next time I saw the show the music was the same.
I wonder if anyone remembers what the music sounded like in the late 60s - it was touching and almost other-worldly which fits the title well.
When I was out of school I started to watch it whenever I was home from a part-time job. I am hoping to find out about the music now. It may have changed over the years, but I would love to find a VHS or DVD depicting how it was.
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