BRUCE COCKBURN WITH A TWIST
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10 August 2000 - new additions to Isn't That What Friends Are For?, Mango, Wanna Go Walking, World Of Wonders
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Bruce Cockburn has had a very long and continuing career in music, and a very
productive one. This means a lot of songs. With all these songs, there are bound
to be misinterpretations of lyrics accidental and, well, intentional. Some of
the below have been gathered from the online archives of Humans
: The Bruce Cockburn Mailing List, while others have been contributed directly
to this site. If you don't want your work of art here, contact the editor. It's
all done in fun, and for fun, and is in no way meant to be disrespectful to
Bruce's songs, which all of the contributors know and love. All contributions
remain the copyright of the authors.
- Bone In My Ear
- Child Of The Wind
- Untitled, by Rob Caldwell/Peter Klausler.
- Dialogue With The Devil
- Fascist Architecture
- Get Up Jonah
- If I Had A Rocket Launcher
- Incandescent Blue
- Isn't That What Friends Are For?
- Last Night Of The World
- Lord Of The Starfields
- Lovers In A Dangerous Time
- Making Contact
- Man Go, by Norm Le Blanc.
- Mangled, by Lisa Morrison and Nigel Parry.
- Mighty Trucks Of Midnight
- One Day I Walk
- Peggy's Kitchen Wall
- People See Through You
- Strange Waters
- The Trouble With Normal
- Waiting For A Miracle
- Wanna Go Walking
- World Of Wonders
This page is part of The Cockburn Project, a unique website that exists to document the work of Canadian singer-songwriter and musician Bruce Cockburn. The Project archives self-commentary by Cockburn on his songs and music, and supplements this core part of the website with news, tour dates, and other current information.