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It is also likely that these lines are meant to garnish rock 'n' roll with religious imagery, because most of the early musicians, including Holly, got their start in church choirs or by singing hymns.James Taylor's "Fire Rain" The line about Susanne- she was Susanne Schnerr of Greenwich Village, NYC.It's about it all coming back around, not the son becoming a workaholic.I wrote that lyric as a tribute and inside joke to her.Bob Dylan's "Like A Rolling Stone" "Like a Rolling Stone" is one of the great lyrical disneyland character escort ballads (and poems)of contemporary American thought.The lyric is actually "I wanna hold HER, wanna hold HER tight.".
It is a song about one side singing to the e bad side is calling to the good side saying how i wish, how i wish you were here.
Well there's hours of time on the telephone line to talk about things to come: Sweet dreams and flying machines in pieces on the ground.
45 But not a word was spoken, The church bells all were broken.Warren Zevon's "Werewolves Of London" This song is not about literal werewolves."So you think you can stone me and spit in my eye- So you think you can love me and leave me to die- Oh baby-cant do this to me baby- Just gotta get out-just gotta get right outta here-" Ok so this versus.In the 70's this song was banned from many prevalence of prostitution in the philippines radio stations because "horse" is a street name for heroin.So I write this lyric: 'Timothy, Timothy, where on Earth did you go?' It's about three boys who are trapped in a mine with water but no food for maybe a week.Simon and Garfunkel's "Blessed" I know that many of these songs including this one was written about the Vietnam war and all the insidents revolving around them.Stairway was about demons (Pan in paticular).The jester is Bob Dylan.
I am not sure if this is true but I have heard this from several sources.