Written and released in 1967 to promote the Monterrey Pop Festival,
'San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)'was sung by Scott McKenzie.
San Francisco - Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair - was created on 1967-05-13.
San Francisco (Be sure to wear flowers in your hair) by Scott McKenzie in 1967
The song is called San Francisco (Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair). It was written by John Phillips who was a member of the Mamas and Papas. The song was recorded by Scott McKenzie.
They were flowers in there hair because flowers are very important to the culture
'If you are going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair'... oh go on, tell me who sang it... Was it the Overlanders ? Scott MacKenzie, written by John Philips of the Mamas & Papas..... I was young then !
San Francisco ( Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair ) by Scott McKenzie was the Number One song in the UK charts on the 25th August 1967.
Not to my knowledge, it is an Italian mortuary custom, Flowers in her hair means she has recently died!
Sorry, it went to number 4 in the USA.
On your hair. It looks very pretty on girls hair.
No, she Only use to wear flowers in their hairs...
yes most people wear these flowers to bring out their eye color
Young girls were not allowed to wear jewelry during the Victorian era. They were decorating themselves by putting flowers in their hair, on their dresses, or carrying small bouquets of flowers. Older women were not wearing flowers. Flowers were for young ladies only.
Well, some wear daisy chain things on their heads, or other flowers, but there just like us really they just wear clothes, but yeah, i think some do wear flowers in their hair. elves and stuff like that seem to wear little hats on their heads.
It sure looks like it.
if you tolerate this,then your children will be next...manic street preachers
Although the hippie movement's effects were obvious all over the country, the 'headquarters' I guess you could say, was San Francisco, California. One of the more specific areas where hippies often gathered is the Haight-Asbury district in San Francisco. It's sort of the Mecca of the hippie movement. San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair) by Scott McKenzie is, in my opinion, the anthem of the movement's gravitation to the area during the 1960's.
I'm married to a Spanish lady and I lived there 10 years. I don't recall seeing a woman with a flower in her hair.
Brandon Flowers does sometimes wear eyeliner, as do many celebrities.
They choose to wear skirts on their own - They are allowed to wear pants if they wanted to wear them They can and do cut their hair Although they may choose to wear skirts on their own, I would not necessarily say they are allowed to wear pants. I'm not quite sure.
Her hair was mainly black but we can't be for sure, celebrities always wear so many wigs.
I personally don't but I am sure there are many guys who wear their hair this way.
A leotard and no socks (but if you like to wear socks, i'm sure your teacher will let you) You should have your hair pulled up.
Now I'm not an expert but I'm pretty sure they wear nothing but their pubic hair hats...
A white flower. But usually one does not need to wear anything in her hair. Just put on some black dress. And flowers, of couse, if she likes. In the old times and in the country, she may have to wear the white . White and black. Absolutely no red.Red is for wedding ceremony.