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Breaking Boundaries with Music So-called facts are fraud they want us to allege and pledge and bow down to their God lost culture the culture loss spun our minds and through time ignorance has taken over we gotta take the power back bam Heres the plan mother fuckn Uncle Sam step back I know who I am Raise up your ear Ill drop the style and clear its the beats and lyrics they fear The rage is relentless We need a movement with a quickness You are the witness of change and to counteract we gotta take the power back These lyrics from Rage Against the Machine are one of the very best examples of breaking boundaries using words This is an outcry of anarchy trying to tell people how they feel about the government Boundaries in the music community are broken every day and every time an artist writes lyrics sometimes you just have to listen a little harder Every band has a point to put across to their listeners and they do so by breaking boundaries with words The Beatles one of histories greatest rock bands were prolific at breaking boundaries Their music was some of the most influential ever written Every song that they sang was about feelings that they were having or had in the past At first their music was loved by teenagers and hated by parents One moment everybody loved them then John Lennon says We are bigger than Jesus and then there are bonfires completely made up of Beatles albums Even after all that the Beatles are still one of the worlds most popular bands That is an example of breaking boundaries at its best Then on top of all that some of their later work was very influenced by drug use and people knew it was but didnt care because they liked the message they were receiving from the band In the song title Lucy in
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