FIRST. "Won't Get Fooled Again" - The Who
We'll be fighting in the streets
With our children at out feet
And the morals that they worship will be gone
The men who spurred us on' sit in judgment of all wrong
They decide and the shotgun sings the song.
SECOND. Ringo tells the tale. As a very young boy how he and his mates would play in the bombed out buildings that dotted his neighborhood. Running and hiding from the older boys who wanted to beat up his gang and, I gather, dispensing a few beating himself it was rather a hard life for many of the kids who, later on, became our gods.
I would guess that many of the younger folks on this site have no idea how bad things were in post war England.
I maintain that hard times give us good music. The Who, The Stones, The Beatles et al. Not all of the lads had it as hard as the young Ringo, but you see my point.
THIRD. Now that Putin and his troll army, aided by generous bribes to many in the pro-remain camp, have won the BREXIT war will a new, broken UK - soon to be further divided with Scotland and other regions looking at taking the United out of the Kingdom produce a new golden age of music? Hate, poverty and racism often provide us with art. We shall see.