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Would have been a monster hit, but right during its fast climb up the charts, it was banned from airplay.
RIP Randy California, who died a hero saving his son from dangerous surf in Hawaii.
When ever I hear this song, it reminds of the photo of the girl with a WHY look on your face leaning over the body of student who had been shot. I also think about how the people do not have the freedoms we assume we have in America.
The "Bad Moon" is a nuclear mushroom cloud.
How is this even a protest song? Taxman is but not blackbird. Blackbird is poetry.
This is McCartney's gentle and oh so subtle civil rights anthem.
Really nails it to British National Front leader Oswald. Mosley!
The sound of disaffected youth in 1977 Britain.
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