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In the 70's this song was banned from many radio stations because "horse" is a street name for heroin.If you listen to the lyrics in the chorus they say "In the desert you can remember your name.At time he wrote it, he had Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin in mind along with other "superstars" that didn't make it.America's "Horse With No Name"Actually this song is about using heroin.'Cause there ain't no one for to give you no pain." Not only does heroin cause severe memory loss but it is also used as a pain killer.I think this is proof enough of what this song really means.
It gives a sense of a peaceful state of mind and was written to describe the artist's passion for xenophobic landscapes (as one of the members liked to visit the area around Vandenburg Air Force Base, California).Key Lines "Soon it will be to late..bobbing for apples can wait.I know you're used to 16 or more, sorry we only have 8" That last line is a reference to the size of the film, 16mm or larger would be a pro film...8mm is amateur.He uses brown because heroin is normally found as a brown powder (china brown).So, before you start to make a reference to a song please research it before you put description into an artists work.
"Faces look ugly when you're alone Women seem wicked when you're unwanted Streets are uneven when you're down When you're strange Faces come out of the rain When you're strange No one remembers your name" no doubt about that Harry Chapin's "Cat's In The Craddle"According to Harry himself, his wife Sandy Chapin wrote the lyrics for Cat?