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Relationship of Drugs And music Musicians use their music to express thoughts and feelings they have These thoughts and feelings they have are reached by their fans and most fans usually listen to what they have to say A common thing that many artist do is to promote the use of drugs A lot of times artist will share with the fans about a weird trip they went through or about how they love a certain type of drug A lot of times artists will use a type of wording that can be interperted into many meanings One Song that comes to mind that does this is The song Tambourine Man by Bob Dylan Dylan uses this certain lingo that people have found to be translated into a totally different meaning about getting Drugs from a dealer Another popular song that people think has a different meaning is the song Hey Jude by the Beatles People believe that it is about putting a needle into your arm and injecting some type of hallucinogenic drug The song Tripping Billies by The Dave Matthews band Is about An amusing Acid trip that Dave went through In it he says We were above You were standing underneath us We were not yet lovers Dragons were smoked Bumblebees were stinging us I was soon to be crazy- Dave Matthews Band Another artist that clearly used the promotion of drugs was Eric Clapton in his song Cocaine In it he states about all the good things that cocaine has to offer If you wanna hang out youve gotta take her out Cocaine If you wanna get down down on the ground Cocaine She dont lie she dont lie she dont lie Cocaine If you got bad news you wanna kick them blues Cocaine When your day is done and you wanna run Cocaine She dont lie She dont lie She dont lie Cocaine If your day is gone
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