We didn't start the fire--Good song sung by Bon jovi ..Tell me more about this .Any Iidea??
Asked by digvijay mehta, 02 May '08 12:18 pm
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'We Didn't Start the Fire' is a song by Billy Joel. It was released on his November 1989 album titled 'Storm Front'. It refers to various events that took place in the world between March 1949 to 1989. Some of the personalities and events that the song refers to include Harry Truman, Richard Nixon, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan (former presidents of the United States of America), Kennedy's assassination, the popularity of television as a medium of advertising, actress Marilyn Monroe and her baseball star husband Joe DiMaggio, the Korean War, boxers Sugar Ray Robinson and Rocky Marciano, actor Marlon Brando, Queen Elizabeth II, the polio vaccine, the death of Joseph Stalin (the leader of the Soviet Union) and scientist Albert Einstein, the Communist bloc, actor James Dean, pop star Elvis Presley, the city of Budapest (the capital of Hungary), French actress Brigitte Bardot, Lebanon, former French president Charles de Gaulle, Princess Grace Kelly, former C ...moreAnswered by Akshay Kalbag, 02 May '08 12:42 pm
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