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  • fank19

    Anti-racist, but a bit sexist.

    28 août 2013 Répondre
  • Nakkinak

    also the first acid house track

    9 fév. 2013 Répondre
  • Nakkinak

    on the other hand the lyrics are sexist.

    9 fév. 2013 Répondre
  • Nakkinak

    v it talks about races, but its meanin is quite the opposite of racism "this world is meant for all men"

    9 fév. 2013 Répondre
  • valg8

    racist lyrics

    23 août 2012 Répondre
  • KingCaustic

    @BiteItMarie The last line is: "Who was the man who invented the fire extinguisher? T. J. Martin! A black man!" Hope that helps :>

    20 mai 2012 Répondre
  • BiteItMarie

    :( They say someone after Harriet Tubman at the end, but its very low, its not in the lyric book, or on any lyrics sites...all I hear is "Who was the woman who led countless slaves to freedom on the underground railroad? Harriet Tubman a black woman....Who was (lower hard to hear voice) TJ/DJ? something a black man!" I wish i knew what that last line said...

    21 avr. 2012 Répondre
  • RussellChap

    P O W E R F U L ! ! !

    9 mars 2012 Répondre
  • prominence_la

    @sashka188: Wrong. Sacajaweah (sp?) was mentioned. At any rate...not bad.

    9 mai 2011 Répondre
  • Harfang

    The spoken word, in this case, is part of what makes the song. It always chokes me up. I was a little kid in the '70s though, maybe that's part of why. I think my gut responds to it.

    10 mars 2011 Répondre
  • godonnygo

    Instrumental is great, could do without the excessive spoken word shit, despite its message.

    27 jan. 2011 Répondre
  • robertsona_last

    songs not bad

    19 nov. 2010 Répondre
  • 2Serenity

    So profound! And this was one of Michael Jackson's favorite songs. Don't believe me? Read this article here: The Michael Jackson Nobody KNows by Robert E. Johnson - Ebony Magazine - December 1984

    31 oct. 2010 Répondre
  • soulllution

    All right Stevie, Tell it like it really is, do not hold back babe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    6 juin 2010 Répondre

    STEVIE..........U TOUCHED IT HERE.........................MUCH LOVE...............

    23 mars 2010 Répondre
  • sashka188

    he forgot about the women though......

    17 oct. 2009 Répondre
  • sashka188

    the greatest artist of all time

    17 oct. 2009 Répondre
  • CF90

    one of my favorite songs....

    8 jui. 2009 Répondre
  • stormsat7w

    stevie and elton did the unthinkable in the mid seventies. they debuted at number one with their albums. they were that popular and groundbreaking. the trifecta of INNERVISIONS, FULFILLINGNESS' FIRST FINALE and this double album classic which debuted at number one blow my mind on their greatness. he has more sight than most.

    7 jui. 2009 Répondre
  • Coastin4luv

    Pure Genius....Lyrics only Stevie could effectively deliver. Thanks for having the courage to write this Stevie!!! Love you

    14 juin 2009 Répondre
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