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Five To One - The Doors - Destroyer (CD)

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  1. Check out Five To One by The Doors on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on cowwealthcebillstosunamerzaterecbe.xyzinfo5/5(5).
  2. General Commentyou can't really make sense of any of the doors songs, morrison was more of a poet, and just like any good poetry it's meant to be interpreted as you see it.I don't know about the whole Vietnam thing, I think the line "no one here gets out alive" is just saying that no one gets out of life alive, it's a pretty sick line if you think about it.
  3. Hello, I just thought I found finally the 'real' one but i'ts a bit different. The Cover is all the same. As well as the labels but the engraved, stamped Matrix / Runouts are slightly different. If anybody knows which is this one it'd be nice to know the year if possible and what edition this is.. THANKS!! Side 1: .
  4. Five to one, baby One and five No one here gets out alive You get yours, baby I'll get mine Gonna make it baby if we try You get old and the young get stronger May take a week and it may take longer They got the guns but we got the numbers Gonna win you we're TAKIN OVER! Your ballroom days are over, baby Night is growin near.
  5. Five to one (Cinque a uno) è la traccia numero sei del terzo album dei The Doors, Waiting for the Sun, pubblicato l’11 luglio del Formazione The Doors () Jim Morrison – voce Robert Krieger – chitarra.
  6. Five to One THE DOORS. ALBUM: WAITING FOR THE SUN. Data di uscita: Testo e Traduzione. Come on Love my girl She lookin’ good Feel it, come on One more. Five to one, baby One in five No one here gets out alive, now You get yours, baby I’ll get mine Gonna make it baby if we try. The old get old And the young get stronger May take a week.
  7. The final product is a single disc, with one extra song only and liner notes written by Bob Ezrin who returned to the idea that this was once again the 35th anniversary. The artwork and expanded CD booklet are two big bonuses that I can appreciate very much/5().
  8. "Five to one" was the approximate ratio of whites to blacks, young to old, and non-pot smokers to pot smokers in the US in It was also the amount of Vietnamese to American soldiers in Vietnam, although Jim Morrison said the lyrics were not political.
  9. The closing track to the Doors' Waiting for the Sun album came at a time when the band certainly knew that their audience was looking for messages from them, and they didn't fail to deliver. Whether or not this is what they wanted to hear is another thing. The song is, on the surface, a message for mass revolution.

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