What's Wrong With Peace?
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In this article, the writer introduces, discusses and analyzes the song "Imagine" by John Lennon. Specifically, it explores this music's effect on the social, political and economic conditions of the time. The writer points out that some pieces of music just simply define a generation, place and time. Further, the writer notes that when one hears songs such as "Imagine", they bring back memories, nostalgia and strong feelings, no matter how old the music is. "Imagine" by John Lennon is one of those songs that has already long outlived its composer. The writer concludes that it is a song of hope, peace and reflection and that nothing could define the 1970s more than such music.
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