Joe Strummer “Johnny Appleseed”

Video for “Johnny Appleseed”

You can download the sheet music from the video: Career Opportunities – Joe Strummer

Redemption Song – Johnny Cash and Joe Strummer

Unearthed box set -? CD3 Redemption Songs (2003) – track n° 3 Old pirates, yes, they rob I, Sold I to the merchant ships. Minutes after they took I, From the bottomless pit. But my hand was made strong, By the hand of the All Mighty. We forward in this generation, Triumphantly….

Hey, I really need help with poetry analysis. There are 35 poems, & I can’t find analysis on it. please help!? To the virgins, to make much of time – Robert HerrickAmbition’s Trail – Ella Wheeler WilcoxIt’s all in the state of the mind – AnonWe run this race – H T AmooreSitting on the balcony – Charles Mungoshifrom Choruses from the Rock – T S Eliot3. A.M thoughts – Anne Wild”I was a clerk” – Colin D mayneWorking Man Blues – Merle HaggardGet-a-job – The BeatWorking Class Hero – John LennonWorkingman’s Blues #2 – Bob Dylan”Butch” Weldy – Edgar Lee MastersPoverty – D H LawrenceStay Free – Mick JonesInstitutions – Robyn Elers SimpsonGold Watch blues – Mike SoftleySons – Florence B FreedmanVoices – Telfer / Jones / Prosser / CooperFifteen – Jeanine De VilliersYouth – Marcia ThomasAfter Maths, before Latin – Elaine UnterhalterPrometheus – Nicholas John ShearsOur Garden – I Mallet-WardenAge always wins – Dinny WaldingElegy Written in a Country Churchyard – Thomas GrayTo have and to have not – Billy BraggDreams – Langston HughesAn Urban Legend – AnonCareer Opportunities – Joe Strummer & Mick JonesLittle Boxes – Malvina Reynolds When I grow up, I want to be. – Robert van der WalkChildren of the grave – Osbourne / lommi / Butler / WardSubterranean Homesick Blues – Bob DylanA Prayer – St Ignatius LoyolaI don’t expect all these poems/songs to be analysed. But a few would relly help. thanks alot

You can download the sheet music from the video: Career Opportunities – Joe Strummer has been a long time since Ozzie could take off his shirt in public. This song, from Master of Reality, is along the lines of the rest of the album, “War sucks.”