Best Songs About Historical EventsHajj A list for songs whose lyrics relate to any historical event.
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A theoretical Luis XVI in Bastille before his execution. - keyson
This song by Passengers (U2 + Brian Eno) featuring Luciano Pavarotti is about the everyday life in a city at war. Bono produced a film based on Sarajevo's underground resistance movement, the film is a documentary by Bill Carter about a beauty pageant held in the midst of war-torn Sarajevo, Bosnia. Clips from the documentary contain striking imagery, such as a shot of beauty pageant contestants holding up a banner with the words "DON'T LET THEM KILL US" as seen on the single's artwork. The Siege of Sarajevo was the longest siege of a capital city in the history of modern warfare, lasting from April 1992 till February 1996. - Lotuscandy
In the event of something happening to me, there is something I would like you all to see. Have you seen my wife Mr. Jones? - keyson
"Do you know what it's like in the outside? " Love this song - it's almost like a movie. - Billyv
Never forget. Do the history classes in American schools teach or mention what happened? National Guard troops opened fire and killed four college students on the Kent State University campus during a protest against the war in Vietnam. Sad day for everyone in a country politically and generationally torn. - Billyv
"What if you knew her,
And found her dead on the ground? "
This metal song is from the point of view of the Soviet Union during the Battle of Kursk. However, what makes the song unforgettable is the fact that the rhythm is actually copied from the Farewell of Slavianka, the Tsarist Russian war anthem
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2. Sympathy for the Devil - The Rolling Stones
3. Hurricane - Bob Dylan
2. We Didn't Start the Fire - Billy Joel
3. American Pie - Don McLean