"Now I've been crying recently, Think about the world as it is."
Why should we be stopping, why can't we live in polish? ”
Yusuf has achieved emotional sensory performance from its play in 1971 Peace Train as part of the National Memorial Service on Friday morning in Christchurch's Hagley Park.
The 70-year singer-songwriter, Cat Stevens, along with double banner Bruce Lynch joined a powerful and powerful scrolling album that included blues-in-eye opening verse and 1972. Don't be shy. That's a song that Yusuf thinks represents the wisdom "only when the good people are sitting up argue that the evil eye is rising" t
"We have seen the other side of this country – you may be blessed to you all."
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Cat Stevens plays at the national memorial service in Christchurch.
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Before he did so, he delivered a short speech, giving "appearance" to the families who had lived up in that evil habit while they were worshiping in the mosque two weeks ago. .
"Those fine souls that have been extracted from that moment by humor can have peace. Peace in this world can be a little longer."
Yusuf Islam spoke in Christchurch yesterday ahead of the National Memorial Service on Friday morning.
Yusuf earlier said he had agreed to play at the National Memorial Service on Friday as a monetary union.
He had come to Christchurch on Thursday to prepare for a gathering in the town's Hagley Park, to commemorate the sacrifices in the mosque attacks that arrived in March.
Speaking to him Newbub Because he was brought in by guard outside a door at Christchurch Airport, Yusuf said his thoughts were with those at great risk from terrorist activity.
"It is a sign that people are worried that we are all sharing the pain that is clearly presented here in this most remote part of the world."
On Christchurch's attack day, he put a white calf and a silver bracken on social media immediately with the headline reading: "God blessed the souls that came to worship him in peace".
Steven Demetre, a born in Georgiaou, amazed the world in the late 1970s, when he turned to Islam, took the name Yusuf Islam and sold all guitar to charity.
He eventually returned to play in 2006 and finally played in Christchurch in December 2017, as part of the 50th Anniversary of Fairy Beach.