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The Song - "Over The Rainbow" With Hillary - One Son's Dream

Ernie Harburg is on a mission. And when a man of 90, whose father wrote the lyrics for the song "Over the Rainbow," is on a mission... you listen. According to Ernie Harburg, this beautiful and iconic song, lyrics by his father, Yip, and melody by Harold Arlen, is a mantra. And in his way of thinking, it's a mantra for social justice, immigration, anti-bigotry and for believing in the right of home to be anywhere you land.
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