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"Southern man better keep your head / Don't forget what your good book said"

“Southern man
better keep your head
Don’t forget
what your good book said”

Neil Young, song quotes, songwriter, singer, lyrics from “Southern Man”, 1970

“Regardless of the outcome, the obstacles to democracy in Alabama are an injustice.”

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Songwriter

“a college education I would never propose - a bachelor's degree won't even keep you in clothes”

“Wear a painted mustache
And you’re sure to make a big splash

A college education I should never propose
A bachelor’s degree won’t even keep you in clothes…

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American

A Serendiptious Strawberry Summer: ”Incense and peppermints, the color of time”

“Who cares what games we choose? Little to win, but nothing to lose”

From the song Incense and Peppermints, Recorded by Strawberry Alarm Clock, 1967.

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Song Lyrics

Song – ‘IS’
Singer/Band – Pop ETC
Anime – Zankyou No terror

Lyrics – 

“Someone tell me how I got here 
From the city to this frontier!” 94 more words

Anime

"Things that you held high, And told yourself were true, Lost or changing as the days come down to you"

Everything comes and goes
Marked by lovers and styles of clothes
Things that you held high
And told yourself were true
Lost or changing as the days come down to you…

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Songwriter

In Memory: "I won't say goodbye my friend, For you and I will meet again."

“You and I will meet again, When we’re least expecting it, One day in some far off place, I will recognize your face, I won’t say goodbye my friend, For you and I will meet again.”

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Musician

"I run to the sea, it was bleedin'... I run to the sea, it was boilin'"/ "Does this song continue to reflect modern man's increasing inability to hide?"

“I run to the sea, it was bleedin’… I run to the sea, it was boilin’.”

Lyrics from the African American traditional spiritual song “Sinnerman”.  The lyrics describe a “sinner” continually thwarted, with no place to hide from divine justice on Judgement Day.

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American