Same Old Song And Dance

Alicia. 16. I love classic rock. If you want to know more, check the about me page.
underagedgroupie:

we don’t want your fucking war: a vietnam war protest playlist  ✿  [listen] | [download]

01. bob dylan - the times they are a-changin’ 02. bob dylan - blowin’ in the wind 03. peter, paul and mary - cruel war 04. phil ochs - draft dodger rag 05. phil ochs - i ain’t marching anymore 06. tom paxton - lyndon johnson told the nation 07. arlo guthrie - alice’s restaurant massacree 08. country joe & the fish - the “fish” cheer/i-feel-like-i’m-fixin’-to-die rag 09. country joe & the fish - kiss my ass 10. barry mcguire - eve of destruction 11. glen campbell - universal soldier 12. buffalo springfield - for what it’s worth 13. crosby, stills, nash & young - ohio 14. the doors - the unknown soldier 15. jefferson airplane - volunteers 16. creedence clearwater revival - fortunate son 17. john lennon - give peace a chance 18. edwin starr - war 19. marvin gaye - what’s going on 20. john lennon - imagine 21. john prine - the great compromise

underagedgroupie:

we don’t want your fucking war: a vietnam war protest playlist  ✿  [listen] | [download]

01. bob dylan - the times they are a-changin’ 02. bob dylan - blowin’ in the wind 03. peter, paul and mary - cruel war 04. phil ochs - draft dodger rag 05. phil ochs - i ain’t marching anymore 06. tom paxton - lyndon johnson told the nation 07. arlo guthrie - alice’s restaurant massacree 08. country joe & the fish - the “fish” cheer/i-feel-like-i’m-fixin’-to-die rag 09. country joe & the fish - kiss my ass 10. barry mcguire - eve of destruction 11. glen campbell - universal soldier 12. buffalo springfield - for what it’s worth 13. crosby, stills, nash & young - ohio 14. the doors - the unknown soldier 15. jefferson airplane - volunteers 16. creedence clearwater revival - fortunate son 17. john lennon - give peace a chance 18. edwin starr - war 19. marvin gaye - what’s going on 20. john lennon - imagine 21. john prine - the great compromise

(via john-fogerty)

theimpossiblecool:

“Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.” 
Jim Morrison.

theimpossiblecool:

“Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free.” 

Jim Morrison.

(via thebeatlesbitch)

(There are a lot of ) songs that Gram taught me. There’s a few cuts by George Jones that were written by Dallas Frazier. Say It’s Not You, Apartment No. 9. Sing Me Back Home by Merle Haggard. Six Days on the Road. And a couple of Jerry Lee’s things. She Still Comes Around to See What’s Left of Me. (Laughs) I used to spend days at the piano with Gram, you know, just singing. I did more singing with Gram than I’ve done with the Stones. He taught me all the Everly Brothers stuff and the cross harmonies and shit like that. ― Keith Richards: Singing country with Gram Parsons.

(Source: voodoolounge, via voodoolounge)