（Written by Sonny Curtis of the Crickets，Firstly popularized by Bobby Fuller Four )
Genre : Rock (Bobby Fuller Four)
Genre Punk Rock (The Clash)
全曲很短，歌词重复度相当高，”I fought the law and the law won”出现了近20遍，其它的部分似是对状况的描述。”Breakin’ rocks in the hot sun”为全曲开头，表达的是”挖矿日当午”的一个景象，黝黑的皮肤，烈日下挥汗奋力工作的这么一个man,很容易看出是一个处于middle class的家伙，甚至是underclass。”I needed money ’cause i had none”直至”Robbin’ people with a six-gun”解释了它触犯law的过程，起码是歌词表面上想要描述的一个情景，结合”left my baby””best girl i had”等”痛苦”的表述，完善了这么一个社会底层工人的悲苦生活。”Guess my race is run”其中”race”有种族的含义在，但具体的解释只有原作者知晓了，作词的Sonny Curtis本人是白人。
“I fought the law”是指”Robbin’ people”犯下的罪，但是并非是他天生从内就是恶人，他有自己的工作，”hot sun”下也坚持着，他有着自己的妻子和孩子，在他的眼中自己的妻子是”the best girl”，心中如果是邪恶的人自然眼中也没有这种”美”，所以说白了反映的也是无奈，因为这不是一个good man通过努力就可以使生活得到保障的社会。
许多这个年代的白人流行曲更多的是将音乐与政治联系，阐释一些反社会主流文化的内容，而这类白人通常来说是年轻人，对父辈所掌控权力的社会进行另类的抵抗，或者是用激烈的方式凸显自我意识。”I Fought the Law”是以那一代踏入社会，工作着的人民为描述对象，评论了一些社会问题。
His style and particularly his song “A Comme Amour” have a cult following in Asia – every new China Mobile SIM-card purchased in Shanghai since 2006 has this song as the default ringback tone when calling other subscribers.
Recorded March 10, 1964 (main track); June 15, 1965 (overdub)
Genre Folk rock
Writer(s) Paul Simon
Producer Tom Wilson
“The Sound of Silence” was originally called “The Sounds of Silence” and is titled that way on the early albums in which it appeared and on the first single release; only on later compilations was it retitled “The Sound of Silence”. Both the singular and the plural appear in the lyrics. In his book Lyrics 1964–2008 Simon has the title in the singular.
Written by Oliver Hood, member of “Rice Brothers’ Gang” (Paul Rice, Riley Puckett, Oliver Hood, Pud Brown)
Published 1939 , Written 1933
Language : English
Form : Ballad
Original artist : Pine Ridge Boys (1939)
Recorded by Rice Brothers Gang (1939) Jimmie Davis (1940)
Two versions of “You Are My Sunshine” were recorded and released prior to Jimmie Davis’s version.Davis and Charles Mitchell are the credited songwriters of “You Are My Sunshine”.
It has been declared one of the state songs of Louisiana as a result of its association with former state governor and country music singer Jimmie Davis.Davis emphasized his association with the song when running for governor, singing it at all his campaign rallies, while riding on a horse named “Sunshine”.
The bass riff kicks in and builds to the instrumental theme followed by the repetitive, nursery rhyme-like verse and chorus twice.
The song breaks-down into a spoken passage by Farian before it goes back into the bass riff and repeats the verse and chorus for the last time.
With its slightly hypnotic, repetitive bassline and strings and likewise repetitive, bright female vocals, the track is highly typical of mid-seventies “Munich disco”.
About Euro disco
Euro disco was not as funky, more pop oriented, and less soul influenced than American styled disco. European acts Silver Convention, Love and Kisses, Munich Machine, and American acts Donna Summer and the Village People, were acts that defined the late 1970s Eurodisco sound.