Its about Stanley Owsley III, a chemist who was well-known in the San Francisco drug culture.
In particular, we're looking for songs that aren't immediately obvious.
We also have pages on this topic devoted to the 80s and 90s James Taylor's "I Seen Fire And I Seen Rain" What i interpet the song is when he sings susanna the plans they put an end to you.
The word "girl" in drug culture is used for drugs that work on the brains hypothalamus region; this is the same area one feels pleasure during sexual activity.
The drugs that pleasure this area are cocaine, heroin, and ecstasy.
I know you're used to 16 or more, sorry we only have 8" That last line is a reference to the size of the film, 16mm or larger would be a pro film...8mm is amateur.
The song sounds happy and upbeat, but this hides the character's seedy hobby.So later on Phil whilst on tour tracked this guy down and sent him front row seat tickets and first class air fair ticket to his tour and limosoine and everything, then when he started singing this song he put the spot light on the guy, and started singing, a few weeks later due to all the humiliation and publicity the guy commited suicide.America's "A Horse With No Name""A Horse With No Name" was a song meant to compare the similarities and the beauty of the ocean to the desert.[ 7ch / ch7 / irc ] [ 777 / VIP / civ / vip6 ] [ b / banner / fl / gfx / ?These are the meanings behind the song lyrics from various songs of the 70s.Key points: "Just by chance you crossed the diamond with the Pearl.turned it on the world..thats when you turned the world around" And..."All your low-rent friends are dead.can be very strange...those test-tubes and the scales, just get em all out of here....their gas in the car? I think the people down the hall, know who you are.." Its a great lyric, although hidden.most-all of their lyrics.