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  1. Scott says:

    THAT is AWFUL I Also grew up watching him. I Remember the song :Reinstone Cowboy he made famous’ THATS SOOOO AWFUL. idk if anyone remebers this orr not buut He ALSO ,did a commercial once himself as well as Roy Clark did on learning,HOW ,to PLAY the Guitar. MAY OUR HEAVENLY FATHER Continually be with him ,thru the rest of his and to his final days. ” GOD BLESS Him & His Family”. awwwwww:(

  2. Susan says:

    My Mom had Alzheimer’s. I know what it’s like.

    I grew up on him-Mom was a fan.

  3. Glenn says:

    That is soooo sad… I grew up with Glen Campbell… I remember when all of those songs were new, Galveston, Wichita Lineman, Gentle on My Mind… I used to watch the Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour which always featured Glen playing some amazing tune that we looked forward to each week, as well as the spot by his regular guest, Johnny Hartford… even now, watching any of his performances on YouTube still amazes one at his songwriting and guitar playing abilities… to learn he can no longer play and how much of his mental abilities he has lost is just heartbreaking… to hear this song, to know he was aware of what was happening, and to write not only a great song, but to express that thought to his wife, as a bit of solace for her perhaps, is just so heart-wrenching… My the Lord give comfort to his wife, Kim, and to all the rest of his family in the days ahead….

  4. Willard says:

    Alzheimer’s is the worst of the worst of disease’s, Unless you have lost a loved one, you can not imagine the heat break associated with it. Glen Campbell never knew me, but I knew him throuh his music which will live on forever, thank you for the memories of your music and may God Bless you and your family.

    1. Susan says:

      I know, My Mom had it.

  5. Desert Fox says:

    Glen, thank you for the many joys and songs that you have brought into the world. May God Bless you, Kim, and the family.

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