then I think that they happened to get the same idea of the writing of the lyrics of the song. So, in some sense, this song means something different to everyone.
But what still puzzled me was that there were some key words on the lyrics of the songs on that album released by Led Zeppelin in 1971. Our lives reflect what we continually think about, all the things we take in, such as food, TV, ideas, beliefs, habits, people.
Released in late 1976, at the height of Willie mania, The Troublemaker is Willie Nelson's first all-gospel album, but country gospel in his hands doesn't sound like traditional country gospel -- it's a Willie album, through and through, performed with the freewheeling Family as support.
Consequently, it's every bit as wonderfully idiosyncratic as any of his other mid-'70s work and, in some ways, even more so, because inspirational songs and religious material are usually not given arrangements as imaginative and free-spirited as this.
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Hi Music lovers, I think Robert, the writer of the lyrics of this song, wrote the lyrics by choose the death of Janis Joplin in Oct. Because what he wrote shows us that some ideas of Janis. It says that 'There is a lady who's sure all that gillters is gold and she's buying a stairway to heaven.' I think that's enough to understand that the lirics shows about Janis'. I think that these hints are enough to understand where the idea of the song came from.' So forget about the rest of the lyrics of the song, okey! I mean Both songs 'Stairway To Heaven' and 'Ameican Pie' were happened to released almost the same time in the end of 1971. And this song is about the NEW WORLD ORDER and new age/shift in consciousness: rise of the anti Christ. I have a deep respect for music in general and this song in particular.
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Nelson wasn't just at a peak of performing here -- he also wrote some of his greatest songs, highlighted not just by the previously mentioned tunes but also by the lovely slow waltz "Slow Down Old World" and "Sad Songs and Waltzes." All of it adds up to possibly the finest record in a career filled with hits and highlights.
A study of religion in China and North Vietnam in the eighteenth century.
The television shows of the fifties and sixties depicted the morals and values of our society. cities as well as on college campuses in protest of the War in Vietnam was unprecedented in our history.
The simplicity of our lifestyle were so evident at that time. This one event caught more press and attention second to only the. The burning of the flag and draft cards were widely used as tools for protest.
The westerns on the televisions series were about the good guys always winning. Even though you may have not lived during this decade, you will still enjoy browsing this significant history and if you were fortunate enough to experience the 60s, when baseball was the favorite past time, just sit back and remember how great the sixties really were!