Inspiration from two dead freedom singers

In these strange corona times it is important to remember music. Remeber: You are what you hear.

Yesterday I was inspired by two strong songs by John Lennon and Chris Cornell, that might have contributed to their early departures from this incarnation. They both have a revolutionary soul that would have made Lennon and Cornell threats to the ruling system.

Lennon was allegedly killed by a lone gun man at a time where he had a huge following as a global peace leader. Cornell allegedly killed himself just when he was in the middle of producing a documentary about child sex abuse among the global elite.

You probably already know this song:

But try also to really listen to and reflect on the lyrics including:

  • “Imagine all the people living for today”
  • “Imagine all the people living life in peace”
  • “Imagine all the people sharing all the world”

John Lennon was shot dead on December 8th 1980. Imagine was released in 1971 on an album with the same name. The song became a key song in the hippie protest movement against the Vietnam War.

But you probably don’t know this revolutionary song by Chris Cornell:

  • “I want the truth / The higher truth”
  • “Maybe you and I one day will finally choose / The higher truth”

I really love this song!

Truth seekers are the most dangerous thing for a system based on lies.

Chris Cornell was found dead in a hotel room on May 18th 2017. The song Higher Truth was on the album by the same name released on September 18th 2015.

And let’s finish off with a revolutionary song by someone who has not been killed by the CIA yet:

  • “You’ve been kept down / You’ve been pushed ’round / You’ve been lied to / You’ve been fed truths”
  • “You’ve been pissed on / For too long / Your rights abused / Your views refused”
  • “Where’s the revolution / Come on, people / You’re letting me down”
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