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Title: "Fortunate Son" - Credence Clearwater Revival

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Subject: Music and Movies
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Date: April 13, 1998
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For war and protest music I think "Fortunate Son" by Creedence Clearwater Revival is probably one of the more popular songs of the time period. Most people, even my girlfriend who doesn't listen to it like I do recognizes this song. It's been in almost every Vietnam movie ever made (or so it would seem) and has a lot of meaning behind it...

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For war and protest music I think "Fortunate Son" by Creedence Clearwater Revival is probably one of the more popular songs of the time period. Most people, even my girlfriend who doesn't listen to it like I do recognizes this song. It's been in almost every Vietnam movie ever made (or so it would seem) and has a lot of meaning behind it...

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