I just wanna ask a question Who really cares? To save a world in despair Who really cares? There'll come a time When the world won't be singin' Flowers won't grow Bells won't be ringin'. Who really cares? Who's willing to try To save the world That's destined to die. When I look at the world It fills me with sorrow Little children today Are really gonna suffer tomorrow.
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Forty years ago, Rod Stewart released The Killing of Georgie, a groundbreaking single about the murder of a gay man — now tragically relevant again in the light of events in Orlando. But five years later, he spun a story about something far more serious and forward-thinking. Forty years ago this Saturday 18 June , Stewart released The Killing of Georgie Parts I and II, the first major pop song to tell the tale of a gay man who died, in part, because of his sexual identity. Far from solely a sad tale, Georgie also ranked as the first chart hit to present a gay man with not only empathy but admiration. Stewart even cast Georgie as a role model for how to live with confidence. It helped that the story was true.
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At lot of people think that this song uses slang referring to a sexual action. They believe that the entire song is written about sex, and nothing more. However, this is not the case.
He is the lead singer of the pop band Culture Club. George is known for his soulful voice and his androgynous appearance. He was part of the English New Romantic movement which emerged in the late s to the early s. His music is often classified as blue-eyed soul , which is influenced by rhythm and blues and reggae. His look and style of fashion was greatly inspired by glam rock pioneers David Bowie and Marc Bolan.