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This is a discussion on Songs about Conflict within the General Chat forums, part of the The Cafe Lounge category; I have small exercise due in tomorrow at school, and need to analyze a song about conflict in general. If ...

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    Songs about Conflict

    I have small exercise due in tomorrow at school, and need to analyze a song about conflict in general. If anyone knows one, please suggest it. Thank you!
    The teacher is probably more focused on war, politics or/and racial prejudice. But any form of conflict in general is ok.

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    What’s Going On by Marvin Gaye

    How Can People Be So Hardby Three Dog Night

    War by Edwin Starr

    Click on title for the lyrics.
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    I think I'll use How Can People Be So Hard by Three Dog Night. Thank you very much!

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    Sorry, I got caught up in something else until now. Good luck.

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    What about...

    Quote Originally Posted by Windette
    I think I'll use How Can People Be So Hard by Three Dog Night.
    Darn, too late!
    Windette thanked this post.

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    this is kind of coincidental, my class just did what you were talking about, after fishing some of the papers out of my recycling papers these are what i found, john prine-the great compromise, stolen land-chris bottomley, Dear god-XTC, fragile-sting, shuttin' detroit down-john anderson and john rich, I did stand up-flobots
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    Eve 6 - Think Twice

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    Family Portrait by Pink

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