Photo by Paolo Brillo on Flickr It seems that whatever grudges Lynyrd Skynyrd had for Neil's music may have been resolved - if there ever was any feud to begin with.
It's about racism in the 60s and 70s! The lines about neil young for example, neil wrote a song which slagged the southern states for being racist, especially alabama. An it is true that the southern states were the hub of racial segregation and violence.
The other telling line, "in birmingham they love the governor" in the 60s there was a kkk planted bomb in a black church in birmingham, many died, including children, also the governor of the same state sent the national guard down to little rock central high school because of the famouse little rock 9 incident, where 9 coloured children where introduced into an all white school, the governor tried to stop the children from entering by sending the national guard in, in the end, the president was forced to take action.
So yes, an all time classic song which few know the true meaning behind, think about the racial killings of inocent black americans for the colour of their skin next time you hear this song, sous it sound any different when you do?
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Lyrics to "Searching" song by Lynyrd Skynyrd: I asked the wiseman one sunny day Can you help me find my way You're so much older and wiser too.
Well, you better listen to my song And, Lord, I can't make any changes All I can do is write 'em in a song Yes but I can see the concrete slowly creepin' Lord, take me and mine before that comes I'm not tryin' to put down no big cities But the things they write about us is just a bore Well, you can take a boy out of ol' dixieland Lord but you.
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