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Lawyers, Guns and Money by Warren Zevon song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position.and how full
A common motivation, if not theme in pop and rock music is pain caused by relationships and hardship. Simply because lawyers are often present in these situations, trying to help, they get painted with a broad brush of condemnation. As in real life, as in pop music. Lawyers get blamed for resulting legal hardships in spite of their best efforts even though they could not nor should they take responsibility for the events causing or leading up to the hardship which so inspired some song-writer such as this snippet from the hit Don't Worry, Be Happy by Bobby McFerrin [ YouTube ]:. Ain't got no place to lay your head Somebody came and took your bed.
At his very best, he contends with the greats in the singer-songwriter mold, a fact acknowledged by the wide range of tributes to him after his passing in , with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, and Bob Dylan playing his songs in their live shows. Bad Example , a top-five Zevon effort. Zevon may have written the best dumb song for smart people, but his smart songs are where his greatest treasures lie. The song begins, like so many Zevon songs do, with a strange character study. Up to this point in the song, however, the boy appears to be an unruly kid in need of some guidance and discipline, not a criminal.
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