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actually the right spelling is "The Sound of Silence"

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The only way one can truly answer this question is by showing you the sheet music for all of the vocal harmonies. Which can be found online.

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The Sound of Silence is sung by American folk singer- songwriters Simon and Garfunkel. This song was released on September 1965, and was featured on the album Sounds of Silence.

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