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Songs on the album promote a positive mental health message and deal with the importance of goal setting, self-confidence, self-esteem, self-image, and not being afraid to strive for your dreams and desires. "Don't care where you come from, as long as you're a black man, you're an African. Song is about the first bombing of a civilian target by an enemy aircraft. A person has difficulty "letting go" and moving on from a relationship. It stays inside for years and years before it starts to kill. A tongue-in-cheek song about Canadian musician Alainis Morissette. A hundred and eighty were challenged by Travis to die by the line that he drew with his sword when the battle was nigh Hey, Santa Anna were killing your soldiers below By Barenaked Ladies. "Here is a story about a sinner, he used to be a winner who enjoyed a life of prominence and position. Flowers for the good times and booze for the bad... Song is about making the most of your time here on Earth and being thankful for what you have. Some days sure are lonely days and time can move too slow.
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.
Song is about self determination, preserving cultural identity, promoting Black Nationalism, and building a sense of community, pride, and unity among people of African descent. Physical deformity..." By Country Joe and the Fish. The last brave man fought to the end, the battle it was lost. To walk the fine line between self control and self abuse... For while I cannot love myself I'll use something else..." By The Kinks. Song is about growing old alone and being forgotten by your immediate family.
A human rights song about the plight of women in Islamic nations. Dreams you'll surely need child to help you through your life..." By Peter Tosh. Fought to save the Alamo, the battle twelve days long...
Like previous campaigns from the designer, the images call upon some of his favorite fashion muses, like Cara Delevigne, mixed together with completely off-the-wall choices like Missy Elliott (wearing the reimagined Canada Goose Manitoba parka from his FW16 show) and Sissy Spacek, and taking a page out of Saint Laurent’s book with Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson.
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Please tell mom this is not her fault..." By Megadeth. Don't mind your complexion, there is no rejection, you're an African..." By Dar Williams. Song deals with issues related to religious beliefs and questions about the after life. Human activity damaging the environment, "Look at mother nature on the run in the nineteen seventies..." and dreams of starting over, "...flying mother nature's silver seed to a new home in the sun." By Jimmy Tarlton. He tried to raise a record and let the Titanic down..." By Gary Moore. "A letter from the draftboard put pain in all your dreams. They marched you in a uniform, you wore against your will. But to wait for you, is all I can do and that's what I've got to face. About agent orange, a herbicide that was used by the United States government during the Vietnam War. You can file for disability but you might not live to win..." By Ani Di Franco. References made to risk taking, acquired immune deficiency syndrome, unprotected sex, low self esteem, and lack of respect for self and body. She is looking for the kisses that she never got at home... It's a small price she pays for the need to be pleased... He'll drink anything as long as all his troubles disappear. A relationship is threatened as a person tries to deal with their partner's addiction to alcohol. Song is about economic decline and downsizing of American industry.
Don't mind your nationality, you have got the identity of an African. And it felt like a winter machine That you go through and then You catch your breath and winter starts again And everyone else is spring bound And when I chose to live There was no joy, it's just a line I crossed It wasn't worth the pain my death would cost So I was not lost or found..." By Black Sabbath. 1915 German aircraft dropped a bomb on a pub in London called the Dolphin. In the air there's plane headed for the heart of the Dolphin..in the blink of an eye they were gone, gone, gone." By Neil Young. "How can I just let you walk away, just let you leave without a trace... You might get cancer of the liver, you might get cancer of the skin. The song deals with alcohol abuse and denial, also about people who use alcohol as a crutch and how people drink to escape the realities of life. But the pressures at the office and his socialite engagements..turned him to the booze... Alcohol in the bloodstream, 'bout the best I can do 'til I forget about you..." By Matthew Sweet. "If I don't see tomorrow, what would be left to say? When you're all dressed up with no where to go..." By Billy Joel.
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