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  The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams - Wear the Sun in your Heart - Thom Pace
The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams - Wear the Sun in your Heart - Thom Pace

I grew up watching the TV Series Grizzly Adams and just loved it. I feel it was the building block of how I view Nature today. I cherish that I was able to find the whole series on DVD online for sale and add it to my collection. Sure it isn't the best of quality but it brings back so many memories of my childhood and watching it with my family, I'm just happy to have it for sentimental reasons. They don't make series like this anymore and that is sad.. This song "Wear the Sun in your Heart" and "Maybe" by Thom Pace are just fantastic in there meanings I never get sick of hearing them..

Song Lyrics:
You have no room for the life you're leadin' anymore
Get away, get away, the path is open
Leave the burdens of a world you never knew behind
Wear the sun in your heart

Hey, Stormy weather, which way you traveling today?
Hey, Let me know! I'll go the other way
Cause you know I left my troubles long ago, Now I'm free
And you know with all that freedom there's a pain haunting me

As the clouds move in your worries have all gone
Thunder, thunder calls out your name
And as the rain falls it will cleanse your tired soul
Wear the sun in your heart

Evening calls you though the canyons far away
Alone, alone your world begins
Through misty forests life is waiting just for you
Wear the sun in your heart
Wear the sun in your heart
Wear the sun in your heart
Wear the sun in your heart
Wear the sun in your heart

Some info on Thom Pace and the show Grizzly Adams: 
Thom Pace (born Thomas M. Pace, 1949, Boise, Idaho) is a singer-songwriter who is best-known for the song "Maybe," which became the theme of The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams.

The song started out as a medley titled "Wear The Sun In Your Heart/Maybe." Pace originally intended the song "Maybe" for a movie called The Snow Tigers, but ultimately it became the theme song of the Sunn Classic Pictures film and TV series, The Life And Times Of Grizzly Adams. The program starred Dan Haggerty as James Capen Adams, who had fled from false murder charges into the mountains and forest nearby. The made-for-television film The Capture Of Grizzly Adams, which starred Haggerty and also featured "Maybe" as its theme, finally showed Adams successfully clearing his name.

Another version, the theme from an album that Pace recorded and released in the 1970s, was released as a single in Europe. "Maybe" went to number one in Germany and stayed there for nine weeks. Pace received the "Goldene Europa" Award, Europe's version of the Grammy Award for Best Song of 1979. He also wrote and composed, often in collaboration with Maria Hegsted, songs for other films including the NBC 'Movies of the Week', Vestige Of Honor and Can You Feel Me Dancing plus feature films, Night Of The Comet and State Park.

The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams, is the title of a 1972 novel by Charles E. Sellier Jr., a 1974 film based on the novel, a two-season NBC television series, and a 1982 TV movie. The title character — played by Dan Haggerty—is loosely based on the actual trapper, J. Capen "Grizzly" Adams.

Grizzly Adams (Haggerty) is a woodsman during the frontier era who flees into the mountains after he is wrongly accused of murder. While struggling to survive, Adams discovers an orphaned grizzly bear cub whom he takes in and calls Ben. The bear, despite his huge adult size, becomes Adams's closest companion. Adams proves to have an uncanny link to most of the indigenous wildlife of the region, who have no fear of him. In return, he resolves never to harm another animal whenever possible. In the television series, Adams had two human companions, an old trader named Mad Jack the Mountain Man (Denver Pyle, commonly featured with a mule named "Number Seven") and a native American named Nakoma (Don Shanks). Together, they helped various visitors while protecting the wildlife.

The series was concluded with a 1982 TV movie called The Capture of Grizzly Adams where a bounty hunter used Adams's daughter-not seen or mentioned since the 1974 film—to draw him back to civilization. In the end, Adams proved his innocence.

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