I had the privilege of seeing Gordon Lightfoot in concert a few years ago here in my home town. He was in his mid-seventies at the time, and very frail, the formerly robust voice just a shadow of its former self. But the audience seemed to have a great deal of respect for him (almost a reverence), and the concert was very enjoyable. He's now about 80, and still performing when he can, despite continuing health challenges. I think he even has a brand new album out, featuring just him and his acoustic guitar. One of his songs that always makes me get teary-eyed is "The Last Time I Saw Her". I have a feeling it's something that many, if not most, of us can relate to in our own way. The following is audio from a live performance of the song, obviously many years ago, and I'm always astounded at the power and expressiveness of Gordon's voice, in his younger days. Truly a treasure.