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Music for most people is a way of expressing feelings, desires, frustrations, a concept that is not too far from reality, because for a long time the music was used as a way to "open the eyes of humanity" to the issues that afflicted the world, such as war, discrimination, oppression, etc. for many musicians, the song should not talk about banal things, but rather, exploring lyrics in an attempt to change the cruel reality in which much of the world lives, is to search through music for freedom for humanity. music with ideological reference has existed for a long time, but it was from the 1960s that music, as a form of protest, gained popularity, especially with the british bands beatles and rolling stones, with the expressiveness of rock. raising various issues, such as discussions for freedom of expression, ending wars and nuclear disarmament, idealizing a world of "peace and love" with songs such as; "revolution" (beatles) and "we love you" (rolling stones). during the vietnam war, other bands entered the wave of protests. in 1964, in brazil, the repression and censorship introduced by the military regime gave rise to musical movements that saw in the music a way to criticize the government and to call the population to fight against the dictatorship. the great names of this period were gilberto gil, caetano veloso, chico buarque, geraldo vandré, among others. using lyrics of metaphors and ambiguities, titles such as "it's forbidden to forbid", "let the children sing free" and "not to say i did not tell of flowers" were successful at the time and to this day still do.
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