[Guitar Solo] Hear My Train A Comin' by Jimi Hendrix

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I think you better love me now darling, it might be too late after a while
And tell our child to bury daddy's old clothes
Earth Blues by Jimi Hendrix

Hendrix, who has alluded to the Vietnam war on several occasions, is heading out for battle. He suggests that his lover show him affection now since he may not return alive, and instructs her to tell his child to bury his old clothes— Hendrix doesn’t want his child getting attached to a father who won’t be around.

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Sometimes my imagination grabs me by surprise
A queen of ebony chains I visualize
And back on the moon, I see her portrait in a tomb
And these words are written, first woman from God's womb
Earth Blues by Jimi Hendrix

It appears that Jimi Hendrix believed that Eve was black, contrary to most biblical portrayals.

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Child wives The Stars (Are Out Tonight) by David Bowie

Likely a reference to the middle-to-old-aged celebrities dating women young enough to be one of their daughters.

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December 14th, 2013

Katie Holmes?

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Brad The Stars (Are Out Tonight) by David Bowie

Brad Pitt, actor and producer who has also described as one of the world’s most attractive men.

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Satyrs The Stars (Are Out Tonight) by David Bowie

Bowie compares celebrities to Satyrs, a class of lustful, drunken woodland gods. In Greek art they were represented as a man with a horse’s ears and tail, but in Roman representations as a man with a goat’s ears, tail, legs, and horns.

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Kate The Stars (Are Out Tonight) by David Bowie

Reference to Kate Moss, an English supermodel and socialite famous for her controversial private life, high profile relationships, party lifestyle, and drug use.

This could possibly be a reference to Kate Middleton (officially known as Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge) or Kate Upton, an American model.

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From behind their tinted window stretch The Stars (Are Out Tonight) by David Bowie

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Jack The Stars (Are Out Tonight) by David Bowie

Jack Nicholson, star of such acclaimed films as The Shining, Easy Rider, and The Departed, among others.

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Stars are never sleeping
Dead ones and the living
The Stars (Are Out Tonight) by David Bowie

A reference to the red-eyed lifestyle of a busy celebrity. Bowie also believes stars never sleep in a figurative sense; celebrities are never fully erased from the public consciousness, even after they die.

James Dean

Marilyn Monroe

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