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Re: Lunatic Lyrical aside

Posted by Cam W. on April 20, 2000, at 6:38:40

In reply to Re: Lunatic, posted by Lunatic on April 20, 2000, at 0:55:41

Actually 'Sympathy for the Devil' is a nasty shot at God, if you listen closely to the lyrics:

"Pleased to meet you, hope you guessed my name...."

"As heads is tails, just call me Lucifer, as I am in need of some restraint."

The song lyrics do make sense in this context, but it is only a song, quite probably written under the influence of one or several drugs. So, you have to consider the source of the lyrics and realize that this group only wrote the song for publicity (and thus, therefore profit - controversy = many copies of the album 'Beggar's Banquet' sold = profit). One shouldn't let a profit-motivated band influence what they listen to.

Turning off the radio if a song comes on that annoys or disturbs you is a good thing (I do it when Bobby McFarrin's 'Don't Worry, Be Happy' is playing).

I hear that Keith Richards is really dead and his stage presence is really the latest in Disney animatronics. - Cam W.




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