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Song (Live version), begins with audio excerpt of Winston Churchill. Song deals with a teenager who is depressed and starts to have suicidal thoughts. Is Christ just a name that you read in a book when you were in school? Well I've seen the truth, yes I've seen the light and I've changed my ways. H-I-V will progress to A-I-D-S And transform your warm blooded bones to dry flesh By stressing the immune system Promiscuous men and women trying to avoid getting the micro-organism in them from running up in it raw Ready and willing, a couple of minutes of a good feeling is what'll kill them Break ya body down in steps, breath for breath In the hospital wit less then a dozen T-cells left..." By Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell. To keep me from getting to you..." By Michael Sweet. References made to hangovers, violence, intoxication and driving while intoxicated. Singers mentioned include Hank Williams Sr., Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Gram Parsons. Song is a tribute to musician Alex Chilton who played with underground pop band Big Star and 1960's pop band The Box Tops. Children by the million sing for Alex Chilton when he comes 'rond... Song is about environmental awareness and the serenity and beauty of nature. Did you ever see the beauty of the hills of Carolina? Did you ever stop to think about the air you're breathin'? Lord take me before they're gone..." By Uncle Dave Macon. A person has a difficult time accepting or coming to terms with the end of a relationship. From the Monty Python film "Life of Brian" this song stands out in stark contrast to the "heavy, political stuff" normally associated with the artist. If life seems jolly rotten, there's something you've forgotten And that's to laugh and smile and dance and sing When you're feeling in the dumps, don't be silly chumps Just purse your lips and whistle, that's the thing, and... "Try to make a difference, try to love, try to understand.
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The power to do anything you can imagine is within you when you discover your real self by practicing a few simple laws of success... Make it happen only you..." By Peter Hicks and Geoff Francis. A woman here is born to live in misery and shame... "One hundred eighty Texans fought four thousand comin' strong.
About the Battle of the Alamo which began on February 23, 1836 in the state of Texas.
Deep in the darkest night I send out a prayer to you Now in the world of light..." By Will Powers. I feel like letting my freak flag fly..." By Blues Traveler.
From the 1983 concept album "Dancing For Mental Health" performed and produced by portrait photographer Lynn Goldsmith in collaboration with Sting, Steve Winwood, Todd Rundgren and other recording artists. This song is about the hurt of unrequited love and the pain of rejection.
For starvation and deprivation of their lands to cease..." By Randy Travis. But tonight Im feeling empty, Im always here alone Am I the only one that youve forgotten on the way?
From the 1983 concept album "Dancing For Mental Health" performed and produced by portrait photographer Lynn Goldsmith in collaboration with Sting, Steve Winwood, Todd Rundgren and other recording artists. Relates to the the topic Pan-Africanism and the group OAU . Mix in the dirt of brother's blood..." By Crosby, Stills & Nash. About the health hazards of agent orange, a herbicide used in the Vietnam War. This agent orange from Vietnam, we carry it with us still. Fought to save the Alamo, their lives was what it cost... Song is about The Alamo, where in April of 1836 a small band of Texans held out against the Mexican army of General Lopez de Santa Anna. A well respected and successful individual turns to alcohol to deal with life's stresses and ends up ruining his marriage and life. About "unhealthy escapism", using substances in order to forget your problems. Some dead flowers and a bottle of vodka on the kitchen table. "The sign says "families welcome" at the Oaks Retirement Home. Ruby Wilson lives in 303 where she spends most of her time...she's all dressed up watching and waiting but no one comes. A response song to the September 11th tragedy in New York City. More joined the action with arctan series and continued fractions...” By Don Mc Lean. She says now on these streets Charles you got to understand the rules. Keep on dreaming the American dream..." By Adam Wyle. The Chinese got it really keen: three-five-five over one thirteen! It's the sport that built this country A great pitch by any other name and it won't take long to sell you on America's national game Bank America's national game" By L. A man neglects his wife as he climbs the ladder of success. Your so called friends want to act just a little funny. He thinks you changed because of a dollar sign..." By Lee Ann Womack.