Woodstock (track) by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

Woodstock by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Year: 1970
From the album Déjà Vu (track #5)
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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Woodstock Record 45 Single Atlantic Records 1970 Y
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Crosby Stills Nash Young Deja Vu Vinyl LP Atlantic SD 7200 Woodstock Our House
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From 06/26/2018 19:24
Alright, but not as good as Joni Mitchell's original
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From 12/24/2012 06:55
I grew up listening to this song as a kid when my dad played it in the car and it has only grown on me since. After finally learning all the lyrics I could not understand from listening to the song I grew to love it even more. This is a song from 1970 and it speaks the truth about how humans are "stardust" and made from "billion year old carbon" This is 100% true. The only reason there is life on this planet is because billions of years ago stars from all around the universe exploded and the elements that brew inside their cores get sent out into the universe and fast forward a few billions years and here we are. So hypothetically, the atoms in your right hand could have come from a different star than the ones in your left hand. This was probably not too well known or accepted 40 years ago (still isn't as accepted as it should be today) and for this band to write a great song that include this knowledge is freakin' awesome.
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