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What’s Going On

What’s Going On

by Marvin Gaye

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Mother, mother There's too many of you crying

Mother, mother There's too many of you crying

Brother, brother, brother There's far too many of you dying

You know we've got to find a way

To bring some lovin' here today

Ya Father, father We don't need to escalate

You see, war is not the answer For only love can conquer hate

You know we've got to find a way To bring some lovin' here today

Picket lines and picket signs Don't punish me with brutality

Talk to me, so you can see Oh, what's going on

What's going on Ya, what's going on Ah, what's going on

In the mean time Right on, baby Right on Right

Slide 18

Elegy

Elegy

Poem that mourns a death or other great loss

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Candle in the Wind

Candle in the Wind

by Elton John

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Goodbye Norma Jean

Goodbye Norma Jean

Though I never knew you at all

You had the grace to hold yourself

While those around you crawled

They crawled out of the woodwork

And they whispered into your brain

They set you on the treadmill

And they made you change your name

And it seems to me you lived your life

Like a candle in the wind

Never knowing who to cling to

When the rain set in

And I would have liked to have known you

But I was just a kid

Your candle burned out long before

Your legend ever did

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Candle in the Wind

Candle in the Wind

by Elton John

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Goodbye England's rose;

Goodbye England's rose;

may you ever grow in our hearts.

You were the grace that placed itself

where lives were torn apart.

You called out to our country,

and you whispered to those in pain.

Now you belong to heaven,

and the stars spell out your name.

And it seems to me you lived your life l

ike a candle in the wind:

never fading with the sunset

when the rain set in.

And your footsteps will always fall here, among England's greenest hills;

your candle's burned out long before

your legend ever will.

Slide 23

Tears in Heaven

Tears in Heaven

by Eric Clapton

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Clapton wrote this about his

Clapton wrote this about his

4-year-old son, Conor, who died when he fell out of a 53rd floor window in his mother's apartment in New York City. At the time, Conor was Clapton's only child.

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