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The river keeps running for Carly Simon.

The songstress, who donated her Oscar-winning song “Let the River Run” for use in the U.S. Postal Service’s “Pride” spot by Grey, recently was honored by the local post office in Vineyard Haven, Mass.

Simon, who lives in Martha’s Vineyard, received a plaque thanking her for her support of Postal Service workers; it was adorned with four “United We Stand” stamps.

She also received a large card with a picture of the American flag overlaid with a photo of Simon from one of her album covers.

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