King Crimson: Happy Family Meaning
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Happy Family Lyrics
Four went in and none came back.
Brother Judas, ash and sack,
Rufus, Silas, Jonah too
Sang, "We'll row our own canoes,"
Poked a finger in the zoo,
Punctured all the...
anonymous Feb 16th 2017 report
Sgt could be reference to Sgt Pepper album?
"Happy Family" was a comical look at the breakup of the Beatles. Judas was Paul, Jonah was John, Rufus was Ringo, and Silas was George.
Nasty Jonah's wife was Yoko, of course.
George, like Silas, grew a beard and pursued a lot of weird Eastern spiritual gurus.
Pete Sinfield called Paul "Judas," perhaps because his signature song was "Hey Jude," or perhaps it was widely believed back in 1970 that Paul was the one who broke up the band.
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