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The Moody Blues: I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band) Meaning

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Song Released: 1973


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    anonymous
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    Mar 18th, 2019 3:23am report


    This could mean that the fallen angels...are taking control of humankind and making them slaves and causing man to hate and make war against each other...scorching the earth could be the crop circles that are in the mid west...created by the fallen ones. There are more signs in the heavens these days...just watch the night skies!



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    anonymous
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    Apr 12th, 2017 4:32pm report


    According to Justin Hayward, in the early 1970s the Moody Blues had a large group of followers who were looking to them for life's answers. The purpose of this song was to say, in essence, don't look to us for the answers, "we're just the singers in a rock and roll band".
    This song only served to fuel their followers even more. I have been listening to The Moody Blues since I was a kid, in the early 1970s I've seen them in concert 3 times.



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    Eventhorizon
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    Aug 19th, 2014 8:56pm report


    again talking to the Angels: the systematic destruction of the planet and the gentle species 1972 warning to man.




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