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Soon, they packed up and headed to Aspen, Colorado , to work at a club called "The Limelite," [1] which Yarbrough and Hassilev had purchased after singing there during the previous ski season. After a short period of perfecting their act, they set off for the " hungry i " in San Francisco , which at the time was the California nerve center for the mushrooming contemporary folk movement. [1] The owner had just had a group with three long names strung together and wasn't about to put "Yarbrough, Hassilev, and Gottlieb" up on the marquee. But the group had not yet decided on a name. They chose "The Limeliters".

The lyrics are taken almost verbatim from the book of Ecclesiastes, as found in the King James Version (1611) of the Bible [2] ( Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 ), though the sequence of the words was rearranged for the song. Ecclesiastes is traditionally ascribed to King Solomon who would have written it in the 10th century BC, but believed by a significant group of biblical scholars to date much later, up to the third century BC. [3]


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