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Here are 20 things about this classic tune that you might not know…. And that was just a fun working title for the music, which Jack had written before he came up with the lyrics, to allow him to identify which song he was talking about. The title only developed a deeper meaning later.
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Even though, The White Stripes is only is conformed by Jack White guitar and vocals and Meg White drumsin the game it is modified to have both guitar and bass. I'm gonna fight 'em off A seven nation army couldn't hold me back They're gonna rip it off Takin' their time right behind my back. And I'm talkin' to myself at night Because I can't forget Back and forth through my mind Behind a cigarette.
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This is especially good for this story because the brother that was shot falls off of the roof onto the ground. It talks about the suffering and hurt people go through that are in the war. Thirty Seconds to Mars — This is War This song indicates the people who are involved in the war, whether they like it or not, from mothers to brothers to anyone closely related or befriended.
I'm gonna fight 'em all A seven nation army couldn't hold me back They're gonna rip it off Taking their time right behind my back. And I'm talking to myself at night Because I can't forget Back and forth through my mind Behind a cigarette. Don't wanna hear about it Every single one's got a story to tell Everyone knows about it From the Queen of England to the hounds of Hell.
Written and produced by Jack White, the song consists of distorted vocals, a simple drumbeat, and a bass-like riff that Jack White created by connecting a semi-acoustic guitar to a DigiTech Whammy Pedal that had been lowered one octave. The song charted in multiple countries, and its success contributed to the popularity of the White Stripes and the garage rock revival movement. In addition to praising its riff and drumbeat, critics have ranked "Seven Nation Army" as one of the best songs of the s decade.