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Censorship in music is a topic that has been debated on for several years There have been many different disputes on the topic but the question still remains as if it should or should not be censored People believe that music should be censored so all audiences can hear it without the controversial lyrics Others believe it should not be censored and musical artists should be able to sing whatever they want without anyone censoring them Religious beliefs have a strong impact on how a person feels about censorship and as times pass the beliefs on it may change Right now America is more uncensored than ever However things were very different a few years ago Some people believe music should be censored They believe some of the language musical artists use is too vulgar Also the fact that music is played on the radio and there are many parents that would not want their kids to hear it So on radio any controversial language is either silenced edited out by a soft sound or some artists make two versions of their songs This does not include cable television which can be reviewed by parents since the parents pay for the channel to be viewed The right to freedom of speech and censorship is violating peoples rights to say whatever they want to say It is sometimes difficult to understand when a child gets punished for using foul language while the childs parents have the right to criticize the government whenever they feel the need to do so Many musical artists feel that when they are forced to change lyrics their rights are being violated In some artists songs they like to express their feelings towards somebody or something and it hurts them to be censored because the new words implemented are not from their
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