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ok so i have this extra credit assignment where i have to get a list of 7 anti war songs and relate them to american history. i have 6. i need one more.

any suggestions?
The Rooster by Alice in Chains is about Nam. His dad was in Nam and the Rooster refers to his dad.
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Blown in the Wind (don't know who)
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Civil War - Guns N' Roses.

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Rage Against The Machine.... shouldn't be hard to find one from them.

Born In The USA - Bruce Springsteen, surprisingly is an anti war song, even though everybody misled the lyrics thinking it's a patriotic song
Disposable Heroes, War Pigs, etc...
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the prove is u because u did n create urself and ur parents dindt and their parents didnt and so on and we are not monkeys peace

Born In The USA by Bruce Springsteen

Just analyze the lyrics
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Listen to ExtremeMetalFTW, he knows what he is talking about...

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I clicked System Restore and it said "System Restore Is Unable To Protect You".

Born In the Usa, not sure by who, but its about how Nam vets didn't get any benefits when they came back.

Dispossable Heroes by Metallica - About how soldiers would seem expendable

Land of Confusion - Genisis I think? They did original but Disturbed and In Flames remade it. About how we've screwed up the world with war.
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Pretty much every Anti-Flag song ever written. Haha.

That's what I was going to say...
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Sodom have a few good songs check out the albm M-16
anti flag
one by metallica could be seen as an anti war song because it talks about what happens to a soldier in war and how it destroys his life
Dick+strings= owww
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isnt Wake Me Up when September ends?
or maybe its just about war...or not at all..

It was actually about Billy Joe's dad dying (I'm kinda ashamed to know that.) They just made it seem like it was war related in the video.
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It was actually about Billy Joe's dad dying (I'm kinda ashamed to know that.) They just made it seem like it was war related in the video.

Oh are you serious I thought September refferred to 9-11 and they were annoyed a war had been dragged out so long from it.
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"Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag" Country Joe and the Fish
"Your Flag Decal Won't Get You into Heaven Anymore" John Prine
War - Edwin Starr
Fortunate Son - Creedence Clearwater Revival
World Wide Suicide - Pearl Jam
We Got The - Beastie Boys
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There is only one solution. We need to bomb outer space. That should show those terrorist bastards who's who
Metallica - Disposable Heroes, No Remorse
Alice in Chains - Rooster
Slayer - Eyes of the Insane
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isnt Wake Me Up when September ends?
or maybe its just about war...or not at all..

not even close it's about billie joe's dad dying when he was like 10 or something like that
Edwin Star - War

John Schumann - I was only 19
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Yup, it's all about the Edwin Starr.
California sunlight, sweet Calcutta rain, Honolulu star-bright, the song remains the same.

Casting quarters into wells that hold our dreams.

Believe in the freedom of music.

With our love, we could save the world.
Final Transmission by the Street Dogs.
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Like a russian doll, with balls.

I love The Pit.
Metallica- One, desposable heroes, no remoarse, so what (lol)
rage against the machine- alot of their songs
Guns N Roses- civil war
Look up The Nightwatchman. should be a couple songs, only one I can name off the top of my head is "No One Left."

Edit: For anyone who doesnt know, The Nightwatchman is Tom Morello as a solo artist.
Masters of War by Bob Dylan is probably one of the strongest songs I have ever heard.

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Eve of destruction - Barry Mcguire
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Devil's Advocate
Megadeth- Gears of War (It is about the game, but you could argue that point).
It all makes sense
We're capable of beauty
Through sounds that make on cringe
The dogs only hear us now

War Pigs by Black Sabbath
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I quote John Lennon:

All the beatles songs are anti-war
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