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That's funny. When I listen to that line, I don't hear Richard, per se, but rather a different high male voice, stacked for sure in the way his vocals *would have been*. But, I'll accept that it's Richard and go about my life...And don't forget The First Snowfall. The line that goes "Folks put runners on their surreys, and forget about their worries" is the classic Carpenters sound which starts with Richard doubling himself, followed by a stack of harmonies with the two of them. Such an astounding record all the way around.