The Best 10 Protest Songs

10 Best Protest Songs

For as long as people have sung there have probably been songs of protest! There is something incredibly moving about a group singing with passion as any English football fan will tell you!

Well this is a personal view of my favourite protest songs. I was a child in the late 60's and 70's so the Vietnam era songs were the soundtrack I grew up with. At the other end of the spectrum I am no fan of rap though I know it's a huge body of work a lot of which is protesting modern society and politics, i'm sorry it just doesn't do it for me. Here's my personal list - and I've deliberately tried to make an international list too!

Photo: John Donaghy
Photo: John Donaghy

Les Miserables: Do you Hear the People Sing?

Do You Hear the People Sing?: Boublil

I love musicals but I admit that 1980 musical "Les Miserables" by Schonberg/Boublil wasn't one of my favourites. That said I think you can't beat the great song "Do You Hear the People Sing" which calls the revoluitonaries to the barricades to fight the revolution against the French King. Of course based on Victor Hugo's novel it all ends in tears but I still get tears listening to this particular song.

We Shall Overcome

We Shall Overcome

We Shall Overcome is probably one of the first songs that most people would mention if they had to name a protest song. The simple words and tune makes it very easy to learn and adapt to the cause. The words derives from an early 20th century gospel song - though the exact provenance is unclear. Sometime later the words were added to an old (1794!) hymn "O Sanctissima". The song was popularised by Joan Baez and became associated with the 1960s American Civil Rights movement.

Hulett: L'Internationale


The most well-known international protest song is of course the socialist anthem Internationale, now used by social democrats as well. Not as well known in English - its hard to remember the words and difficult to sing in English it has however been translated from the original French to almost every language. Traditionally its sung with a clenched fist salute. It was the rallying song for the protesters at Tiannanmen Square in 1989.

Dylan: Blowing in the Wind

Blowin' in the Wind: Bob Dylan

The Vietnam War inspired a generation of song writers, the earliest being Bob Dylan who wrote "Blowin' in the Wind", "Masters of War" "Talking Word War 3 Blues" and "The Times They are A-Changin" all in less than 2 years in the early 1960s.

Lennon: Imagine

Imagine: John Lennon

Later of course John Lennon wrote the classic protest song: "Imagine" "imagine all the people living life in peace" "imagine there are no countries " "nothing to kill or die for, and no religion too" pretty much sums it for me - remember this was written in 1971 at the height of the cold war with the Vietnam War still raging.

Pink Floyd: Brick in the Wall

The Wall: Pink Floyd

I loved this song when if first come out - "hey teacher leave those kids alone!" As a bit of a non-conformist I really related - they said what I didn't dare! I must admit I've never seen the video before - and its haunting for those of us who remembered a school system before political correctness took over! It did have it downside! The choir of Islington Green School who sung the backing vocals were not allowed to hear the rest of the song! "We don't need no thought control!" George Owell's vision of 1984 realised!

And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda

And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda: Eric Bogle

This one need some explaining to non-Australasians. Australia's unofficial national anthem is Waltzing Matilda - a song about a sheep thief being hunted down by the authorities and shot. A Matilda is a swag - something you sleep in when camping in the bush. "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda" is now almost as famous, as the original song.

Gallipoli was a the military disaster of World War 1 where Australian and New Zealand's identity was forged and which remembered on ANZAC Day. This powerful anti-War song simply describes the reality of the campaign for a conscript who is maimed during the campaign. The understated lyrics and attitudes "I looked at the place where my legs used to me and thanked Christ there was no one waiting for me, to grieve and to mourn and to pity" some up the traditional Australian laconic "Ocker". It is perhaps no coincidence that the song was written at the end of the Vietnam War which Australia also had conscription for.

US Forces: Midnight Oil

Midnight Oil, a long lived Australian hard rock band which championed environmental, political and indigenous issues from 1971 to 2002. They wrote US Forces in 1981 to protest US interferences with other countries politics. Possibly unsurprisingly the lead singer, Peter Garrett, is now the Federal Minister for Environment, Heritage and the Arts

U2: Bloody Sunday

Bloody Sunday: U2

U2 the Irish rock band continues the Irish tradition of protest songs. Bloody Sunday was January 30, 1972, British troops opened fire on unarmed and peaceful civilians in Derry, Ireland during a civil rights march. Unfortunately it took over another 30 years for peace to come to Ireland

Shirley Bassey: I am What I am

I Am What I Am: Jerry Herman

The song Shirley Bassey made her own has always been my personal protest song "your life is a sham until you can say I am what I am". It was long before that I realised that it is actually from the musical "La Cage Aux Folles" set in a transvestite nightclub!

To me the song is all about rejecting what people expect your to do and living life they way you want to - no apologies! Oh and of course I love Shirley Bassey!

What Are Your Favourite Protest Songs?

Where there some songs you didn't know here? Some you'd forgotten about? Drop me a comment below and let me know what you favourite protest songs are, I'd love to hear from you!

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ahmu 8 years ago

nice topic

i like all songs

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Thanks for visiting ahmu

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Maren Morgan M-T 8 years ago from Pennsylvania

It is a great article - full of nostalgia for me! I am not awake enough to think, but I feel as though there must be some central and Latin American songs as well. Is there something with a title like "Guatanamera?" Good work, Lissie!

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Eileen Hughes 8 years ago from Northam Western Australia

Lot of work finding all these. Personally Ihave heard of all of them. Great hub Well done.

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Thanks for visiting Eileen and Maren - I couldn't think of any Latin American songs Maren - there are lots of course they just arent songs I know!

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The Good Cook 8 years ago

Very well done! Although I do think Peter Paul and Mary must have been protesting something during that time! Also, although it wasn't big until the 80s, John Farnham's "You're the Voice" always gets me kind of choked up. I love that song and I have to feel sorry for anyone who hasn't heard it!

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About-The-Home 8 years ago

How about Country Joe(McDonald) and the Fish - fixin' to die.

and it's 1,2,3 what are we fighting for.

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Peter Paul and Mary I must say leave me a bit cold! "You're the Voice" and "Fixh fixin' to die " are new ones on me! 1,2,3 I draw line at - its a chant - no tune therefore no song :-)

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prems4u 8 years ago from KERALA Cochin

Nice collection , how did you collect these videos ?

Do you have any songs that supports protest of tibetians

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Mary Tinkler 8 years ago from Gresham

Where have all the flowers....I mean, protest songs....gone? How about Jackson Browne's "Lives in the Balance"? Don Henley's "End of the Innocence". And, sort of...The Beatles/George Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps". And Bob Marely's "Get Up, Stand Up. Oh yeah...the Doobie Bros. "Takin' it to the Streets".

Wowwww. Talk about memories.

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lavenderstreak 8 years ago from Seattle

This is a great hub. There are so many protest songs, I think almost every one of Bob Dylan's songs conveyed some measure of protest. And more being written every day, although they're not out on the airwaves in the same way they were in the 60s and 70s.

I wrote my own protest song during the first Iraq war (which thankfully lasted for a much shorter amount of time than this current one).

Fixin to Die is on Woodstock. Arlo Guthrie is also one of my all-time favorite protest song writers (Alice's Restaurant). This may not completely apply but I LOVE "Coming Into Los Angeles".

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

prems4u the videos are all from youtube - just search their site find the video you want and use a video capsule on hubpages to attach the link! Its a huge timewaster though - there is some amazing stuff there - I searched some songs I knew and found other stuff I had eitehr never seen or forgotten about entirely!

I haven't found anything about the Tibetean struggle yet - nothing in English anyway!

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

OK for you old nostalgic baby boomers - I've added some more songs below! Though interestingly most of them are well viewed and commented on on youtube - new generation, new war, same songs - that is sad. I suspect as lavenderstreaks says there is not the same air play as in the 60/70/80 though!

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sun goddess 8 years ago from davao city, philippines

nostalgic.... :) i've always limited myself to bob marley and bob dylan for protest songs until i saw your hub... thanks for sharing.. :) great list...

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Uninvited Writer 8 years ago from Kitchener, Ontario

Very good list. I never thought of Waltzing Matilda as a protest song, thanks for the background

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Shirley Anderson 8 years ago from Ontario, Canada

Good hub, Lissie...informative and entertaining. I'm actually listening to the Bob Marley song right now.

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Careful Shirley - it turns into an amazing time-waster!

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Zsuzsy Bee 8 years ago from Ontario/Canada

Lissie! Thumbs up...great list I own all on cassette some even on cd and probably know the words to most of them. Just like Uninvited Writer I never thought of Waltzing Matilda as a protest song.

great hub regards Zsuzsy

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

funny - And the band played Waltzing Matilda was the first song I thought of when I wanted an Ozzie protest song -couldn't think of any NZ ones though!

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Paraglider 8 years ago from Kyle, Scotland

Yes, good stuff. I'd edit the list a bit, but so would we all. Yours is as valid a choice as any.

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DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

First of all, fantastic HUB. I don't know how much i learned here but t was a lot.

Have you heard "Christmas in Fallujah" by Billy Joel & Cass Dillon?

I think you should add it.  It has more juice and is more current. 

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TravelMonkey 8 years ago from United Kingdom

wot!? nothing by the monkees?

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Hmmm I'm not cnvinced by the monkees - which one are you thinking of?

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Hmmm I'm not cnvinced by the monkees - which one are you thinking of?

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Wanderlust 8 years ago from New York City

Great list Lissie. I particularly enjoyed protest by Shirley Bassey: I am What I am ! But you actually forgot to mention the predecessor of all protect songs -French La Marseillaise !! Also, ANZAC Day is coming and we celebrate it in New York as well, with a lot of Australian food, beer and games - great country! Have a great ANZAC Day Lissie!!

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Thsnks for visiting Wanderlust - I didn't know ANZAC Day had made in to NY - nice one! I have a link for it in the hub bove! I thought about the Marseillaise but decided that Internationale was more unusual and more widely used!

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Patty Inglish, MS 8 years ago from North America

I like best, The Wall, Alice's Restaurant, and Bloody Sunday (because it reminds me of Ohio's Kent State disaster); but I really like that you shared And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda so that I could understand more about it. Christmas in Fallujah is one I like as well.

I recently saw film footage of Peter, Paul, and Mary in the late 1960s singing for the Establishment to leave them - and all young people - alone. It seemed surreal to see it now. I don't remember any Monkees protest songs, though.

I liked the Smothers Brothers' rendition of the protest against strict conformity in Little Boxes:

Little Boxesby Malvina Reynolds

Little boxes on the hillside, Little boxes made of tickytackyLittle boxes on the hillside, little boxes all the sameThere's a green one and a pink one and a blue one and a yellow oneAnd they're all made out of ticky tacky and they all look just the same.

And the people in the houses all went to the universityWhere they were put in boxes and they came out all the same,And there's doctors and there's lawyers, and business executivesAnd they're all made out of ticky tacky and they all look just the same.

And they all play on the golf course and drink their martinis dry,And they all have pretty children and the children go to schoolAnd the children go to summer camp and then to the universityWhere they are put in boxes and they come out all the same.

And the boys go into business and marry and raise a familyIn boxes made of ticky tacky and they all look just the same.

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

I've added it below Patti - I know all the words to this day! I never understood the "ticky tacky" - until I got to SF and found out that most of the US doesn't build their hosues of wood but stone or brick - so the SF (and NZ) houses look like they're made of "ticky tacky" - it sounds like the only think that's changed since Malvina wrote the song in 1963 is that not just the "boys go into business" and the houses have got uglier! Thanks for commenting!

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Bard of Ely 8 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

Great subject and selection, Lissie!

Some faves of mine - Eve of Destruction by Barry McGuire, World Destruction by Timezone and Ohio and all of Living With War by Neil Young!

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

Thanks Bard - I'm honoured to have a comemnt like that from someone who actually writes music! I have added Eve of Destruction below - I had forgotten so many of these great songs - this is turning into a nostalgic hub!

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2patricias 8 years ago from Sussex by the Sea

Can't believe how young Dylan looks on that clip,  it's getting seriously  worrying. It's doctors, policemen and mums. Thought I was 16 yesterday & listening to Dylan in  a coffee bar in Hastings on holiday with my best friend. What happened? I remember feeling really radical singing along with Country Joe & the Fish but it was serious stuff with constant distressing Vietnam tv news into your living room & friends at college who knew people sent to fight.

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

ROTFL 2patricias - this hub has turned out to be a baby boomer get together!

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clvngodess 8 years ago

Anything by Pete Seeger and the Weavers.

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

"little boxes" - see below this box - where I add the new suggestions!

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wilhb81 8 years ago from Southeast Dreamland

Great post with the greatest protest song made this hub really outstanding indeed...

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shipsuperstore 8 years ago from NC,USA

Sunday bloody Sunday takes on a whole new meaning now!!

Mynamar cyclone 8 years ago

I wonder what song they will compose for Myanmar's recent disaster

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Tom Koecke 8 years ago from Tacoma, Washington

Steve Earle is a singer/songwriter of conscience. His song Rich Man's War is little known, but is both great and timely. Here's a link:

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trimecks 8 years ago from Portugal

great hub! i hope you can listen to my favorite protest song by Anonimix , a sicilian world fusion band, and the song is "Puppet Kings" i hope you can listen to it. Best wishes!

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Marcus Freudenman 8 years ago from Sunshine Coast Australia

exatly the opposite of what I share on my blog but I have to say I love some of those songs very much.



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2patricias 8 years ago from Sussex by the Sea

Good Hub! There don't seem to be so many protest songs these days!

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Lissie 8 years ago from New Zealand Author

No I'm afraid I think the 60's were the peak of that particular music trend!

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diggersstory 7 years ago from #1 Tourist Trap O Town USA

My favorite is "Midnight Oil" and how great to hear Peter Garrett, is now the Federal Minister for Environment, Heritage and the Art! 

How do you get your video dimensions small? I am able to do this easily with my photos but I must be overlooking something with the video. Great Hub!

Thumbs up and a fan.

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Lissie 7 years ago from New Zealand Author

diggerstory I preferred Peter Garrett as a singer than as a Minister - he doesn't really seem to have got it!

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Amanda Severn 7 years ago from UK

This is a great hub Lissie. You have some of my favourites here, especially the Waltzing Matilda one, which has some really poignant lines in it; 'And I looked at the place where my legs used to be, Never knew there were worse things than dying.'

The other war song that I'm fond of is The Green Fields of France (Willie McBride) by Eric Bogle. It's about the First World War' and it just sums up the futility of it all so well.

Adam B 7 years ago

How About Creedance Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son

ClickUserName 7 years ago

Some Mother's Son by the Kinks is a very powerful anti-war song that most people probably have never heard of but it's one great song.

Chimerea 7 years ago

Don't forget "I Stand Alone" by Godsmack.

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DennisBarker 7 years ago from Newcastle Upon Tyne,UK

I'd go with feel like I'm fixin to die rag - country joe and the fish, in fact almost anything from woodstock era.

Aparecido Lelis 6 years ago

How about the classic or What It's Worth, by Buffalo Springfield

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Shinkicker 6 years ago from Scotland

Great Hub.

I would add a couple more John Lennon 'Give Peace a Chance' and 'Working Class Hero'.

Also 'Killing in the Name' by Rage Against the Machine especially considering the campaign to make them No.1 at Xmas in the UK.

How about Twisted Sister 'We're Not Gonna Take it'?.......Mmmmmm perhaps not :-)

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Caterino 6 years ago from Greenville South Carolina

Someone already mentioned "Fixin to Die Rag by Country Joe MacDonald- I rewrote those words to fit the needs of the people in today's struggle.

Lex Leningrad 6 years ago

Thanks for including my music video!

Karl Greenblatt 6 years ago

I am having a hard time finding american protest music sung in French or any other language. I am making a CD for the next Tree Huggers Ball June 12th any help would be appreciated. If you can please send any info to

Karl 6 years ago

Good topic but No new info here for me.

I am having a hard time finding any god listing of protest music and then looing for it in French is really hard.

So much needed as long as wars exist

Karl 6 years ago

Lots of great comments- please look up Phil Ochs definition of a protest/ topical song

Not many have said it aas clearly as seeger-woody-Joan Baez-PHIL-Billy Bragg-Dylan (early years)

Woody said something like you can be functional as well as decorative--- which means to me sing out while your on the protest rally- start a ralley-a blog- Lots of young people singing but short on action lots of hippys did something but kinda like Dylan (maybe does more then I know) are not following up till their last breath like the ones mentioned above-sorry for the rant I am pissed -just arrested for speaking out / political reasons

Donc 6 years ago

Hugh Laurie's Protest song is the best!

JJ 6 years ago

Nobody's mentioned Edwin Starr's "War" yet? Really?

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dosters 6 years ago from Chicago

For social protest/commentary, it's hard to beat "Changes" by Tupac

Leslie 6 years ago

I'm trying to think of the 70's song where a newsman type person asks questions and the responses are lyrics from various rock songs. Anyone remember that one?

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Jaynie2000 6 years ago

I have always liked Tesla's version of Signs.

Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs...blocking up the scenery...breakin' my mind...Do this, don't do that, can't you read the signs

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Seafarer Mama 6 years ago from New England

Great hubs! I am familiar with most of these songs, and all of the songs of Les Miserables always manage to raise hairs on the back of my well as "We Shall Overcome." Thanks for writing this hub!

wozer wozer wozer 6 years ago

I believe buffalo soldier should have been on there you noob

moris 5 years ago

eve of destruction by barry mcguire

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Mentalist acer 5 years ago from A Voice in your Mind!

I'd like to suggest,Pink Floyd's,Pigs track from their Annimals Album,Lissie,protesting greed in the White House;)

Eric 5 years ago

I quit HS as a protest to brainwashing kids. I'm self-educated and a performer. One does not need most of the garbage taught in schools - Do it YOURSELF!!!

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chinemeremz 5 years ago

What of reggae legend and rasta maestro Bob Nesta Marley "REDEMPTION SONG"?

This song contains lyrics that brought out the fighting spirit in many black South Africans during the unfortunate Apartheid era.

His other lyrics like "BUFFALO SOLDIER" Can also be included in this list.

peter 5 years ago

I work for a small indie record company that has just released Nockford's Leviathan (you can get the CD on Amazon or hear it at It's a 14 track protest/concept album - taking on global warming, oppressive government and even the gods! See what you think: we love it!

Falana Fray 5 years ago

You're list is incomplete with Bob Marley's "Get Up, Stand Up".

asif sadiq 5 years ago

masters of war -Bob Dylan has to be in there....

Sign O the times by prince, with the immortal line "sister killed he baby cause she couldn't afford to feed it and we're sending people to the moon"

Asif Sadiq 5 years ago

oooops you've missed another one .... a reggae classic.

Vietnam by Jimmy Cliff, also we gotta get outta this place i suppose. More recent stuff to consider is Common People by Pulp. It won an Ivor Novello award and is a wonderfully witty song. Ghost town by the specials(during the UK recession of the 80s) and of course their most famous song "free Nelson Mandela"

have a listen to them they're pretty good

jojobo 5 years ago

Countless protest conscious raising songs have been made played and loved. Check out the new camapign album 'Who's Conpiracy' created to right a wrong of 24 building workers in the UK who were jailed or fined in 1973. Or for a pacy excellent 'pop' protest Tracy Chapmans 'Sub City' (Crossroads)asking 'please give the President my honest regards for disregarding me' superb

Bob 5 years ago

Where is Rage Against The Machine?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Charlie 5 years ago

Any of about 40 songs by Phil Ochs. I'm particularly partial to his song, "Crucifiction."

Rosella Jibson 5 years ago

I recently had to write about protest songs for my Humanity class in college. I have always liked the songs. I was lacking the information needed for class. I want to "Thank you" for the extensive information. It made may written paper more substantive. I learned a lot that I did not know and realized the true meanings behind the written words of the music. Keep up the good work. I will be visiting this site more often. Until next time, Rosella

Katherine 5 years ago

The first Aussie protest song you thought of was "And the Band Played Waltzing Matilda"?(Which is an excellent song, and one I love very much). The one that would come first to my mind is Redgum's "I was only 19"? Or any of their other stuff, for that matter

Mike Mills 5 years ago

Joan Baez - The night they drove old dixie down

Lucas 5 years ago

How could you forget "The Eve of Destruction"!

Burrowing Owls 5 years ago

A protest song for the Youtube/Occupy Wall St. generation:

Death_from_above 4 years ago

I was kinda sad to not see any Rise Against or Rage Against the Machine on here.

Peggy Jensen 4 years ago

You HAVE TO include WAR PIGS by Black Sabbath!

Baghead Kelly 4 years ago

I spent my youth protesting against nuclear testing and I'd like to think that we made some gains back then. However, selling uranium under the proviso that we (Aust) will accept the spent uranium after our customers have finished with it just beggars belief. My vote goes to Dylan's "Masters Of War".

Wolfgang 4 years ago

as it happens, I just picked up this page. When I listened to "Waltzing Mathilda" it reminds me that my father was a pilot in the first world war (in an open biplane with two seats). They had to fight with the Turks against the Australians, and it all happened in Palestine.

They thought of beeing fair fighters and so they just tried to shot the engine to bring the plane to the ground with the foreign pilot alife. They took him as a prisoner, but treated him well and informed his unit.

The Australians did it in the same way. After the war they became friends and visited each other.

For me there is no fairplay in any war. And that is why I refused to go to the army. I sing and play protestsongs for 50 years now, singing still the old songs - sometimes on the street, sometimes in the train, against war, nuclear power, faschism etc. One of my favorites is "Greenfields of France". Do you know "Dos Kelbl" ( translated by Donovan to "Dona, Dona")?

So you can see there is something going on at the antipode of New Zealand (my joungest daughter visited your nice country in 2005, when she was seventeen, and she went all through the country by herself mostly hitchhiking.)

If you make a tunnel right through the middle of the earth, you will arrive right here! (But maybe it's easier to meet me on facebook - Wolfgang Debus)

my best wishes to you and your fine country!

Esael Angel 4 years ago

I love the work you and, therefore could not fail to give the hint that I found this video on You Tube:

yokoo 2 years ago

do you hear the people sing

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    Thanks to people's comments above I've been extending my musical education and found quite a few more songs that were mentioned! I was born in 1962 - too young to be a hippy! I'd never heard of Country Joe - I suspect it was banned from New Zealand radio because of the bad language! Am I the only one that thinks its amazing that I can find 45 year old clips on youtube - I know there are copyright issues around music but honestly there is stuff there I would never have heard otherwise!

    Get up Stand up: Bob Marley

    Alice's Restaurant: Arlo Guthrie

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