Dirty Blvd. by Lou Reed

 

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From his 1989 album New York. The icy stare of the amoral observer can, sometimes, give rise to a compassionate voice then tip over into social commentary - and even politics tinged with outrage. Here the outrage is vividly explicit.   14

Axol 19 Jul 2015

"Give me your hungry, your tired, your poor I'll piss on 'em That's what the Statue of Bigotry says Your poor huddled masses Let's club 'em to death And get it over with and just dump 'em on the boulevard"

rogkent 4 Jun 2014

Rest in peace

MaxRocks 29 Oct 2013

Sad news about Lou Reed's passing. Was lucky enough to see him perform the New York album in the late 80's. A true legend.   7

AndyWilkinson 27 Oct 2013

...Fly, fly away...

purplesunset54 20 Sep 2015

I've been re-listening to Theme Time Radio Hour on my runs. This song features in the theme New York. Dylan introduces it “here is a man who couldn't be defeated, Lou Reed”   11

PhilPhil 2 Nov 2013