Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody's song is based on the story of the Gurindji Strike in August 1966, mainly due to work and living conditions but ultimately about the return of Gurindji people's land.
Most poignant lyric: Eight years went by, eight long years of waiting | Till one day a tall stranger appeared in the land | And he came with lawyers and he came with great ceremony | And through Vincent’s fingers poured a handful of sand
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Public Enemy's most famous song, "Fight the Power," was produced for Spike Lee's 1989 film Do the Right Thing.
Speaking to the social and psychological struggles of the American youth, the song criticized racism and encouraged people to fight back.
Most poignant lyric: Our freed...
"One" is said to be inspired by the reunification of Germany after the fall of the Belin Wall in 1989. Others believe the song represents a conversation of acceptance between a person with AIDS and his father.
Most poignant lyric: We’re one, but we’re not the same | We get to Carry eac...
It's an inspirational song about personal redemption and a positive impact on the world. The song tells us that it's possible for individuals to change the world.
Most poignant lyric: I'm Gonna Make A Change | For Once In My Life | It's Gonna Feel Real Good | Gonna Make A Difference | ...
In 1963, Bob Dylan's song instantly became a civil rights anthem.
The most poignant lyric: The answer my friend is blowin' in wind.
This song is about historical and modern-day slavery and our fight for physical and emotional freedom.
Most poignant lyric: Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery | None but ourselves can free our minds
This song was written during the Vietnam War and asked listeners to imagine a world at peace.
Most poignant lyric: You may say I’m a dreamer | But I’m not the only one | I hope someday you’ll join us | And the world will be as one
It is a peaceful protest song that became an anthem of the civil rights movement in the US.
Most poignant lyric: Oh, deep in my heart | I do believe | We shall live in peace someday
This song is about the practice of lynching - when a group of people kills someone for an alleged offense without a fair trial, especially by hanging. The practice was common at the time the song was released in 1939.
Most poignant lyric: Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze | ...
In 1963, Sam Cooke, his wife, and his band were refused entry from a "whites only" motel in Louisiana and arrested for disturbing the peace. Some of the lyrics of "A Change is Gonna Come" were inspired by this incident.
Most poignant lyric: It’s been a long, a long time coming | But I ...
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