God Save the Queen
Blowing in the Wind?
Where have all the flowers gone?
Why Don’t We Do It In The Road - The Beatles
(You may think I’m joking )
Ye canna shove yir granny aff the bus. trad
Shuddapa you face. Joe Dolci
Wallstreet Shuffle. 10cc
Fairytale of New York. Shane Macgowan and Kirsty MacColl.
So, it really all depends what you’re protesting about!
Good choices Tom!
We’re have all the flowers gone? Always wanted to do a remake of that one…
House of the Rising Sun? The Animals? Ok so it’s protesting drug abuse…but a protest none the less…
I Shot The Sherrif
Get Up Stand Up!
need I say who?
A Woman In Somalia–Sade
Mr. Lonely–not shure who wrote it, an oldie but a goodie.
Biko Peter Gabriel
Those are great. Biko - forgot that one - great, great great!
The times, they are a changin’…
a favorite of mine, also
Soldier’s Song… James Taylor
And you say that the battle is over - John Denver
Seven o’ Clock News / Silent Night - Simon & Garfunkel
Scarborough Fair (Countermelody) - Simon & Garfunkel
"Generals order their soldiers to kill. And to fight for a cause they’ve long ago forgotten"
Borderline - Chris de Burgh
Lots of U2 songs…
Alamo - Donovan
Chicago by Graham Nash
Ohio by Neil Young
Dancing Queen by Abba (actually I protested this song)
and it’s one, two, three what are we fightin’ for?
Masters of War - Bob Dylan
War of Man - Neil Young
Working Class Hero - John Lennon
Get Over it - The Eagles
Actually that song was written by my friend David Mallett - see http://www.DavidMallett.com.
I actually played bass on Dave's first album. Denver also did The Garden Song from that album.
Ah, the brain is working better, I keep coming up with stuff from the other side of the pond:
How about a lot of stuff by Billy Bragg?
London Calling - most of the album actually
A bunch of stuff by the Jam
I didn't even realise that that was a cover that John Denver did.
An imensly powerfull nature lover song.
Man,they all forgettin bout the most powerfull protest song of all time,
AHHHHHHHHHH YA DONT BELIEVE,WERE ON THE EVE OF DESTRUCTION, barry mcguire,