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We're Not Gonna Take It" is the final track on the Who's rock opera Tommy. Written by Pete Townshend, the song also contains the "See Me, Feel Me" anthem that is central to the structure of Tommy. According to Pete Townshend, "We're Not Gonna Take It" was not originally written for the Tommy storyline. He instead says that it was inspired by the people's reaction to politics.
Lyrics submitted by wingedsorceress. We're Not Gonna Take It" as written by Peter Townshend. Lyrics powered by LyricFind. We're Not Gonna Take It song meanings. tommy's loyal followers revolt when they realize that tommy wants to regulate them by not letting them smoke or drink, and control them by inhibiting their sight, speech, and hearing. i think it's safe to say the message of this song is anti-religious.
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Written by Pete Townshend, the song also contains the " See Me, Feel Me " anthem that is central to the structure of Tommy . Again something written before Tommy had actually been formed as a total idea, and that particular song wasn't about Tommy's devotees at all. It was about the rabble in general, how we, myself as part of them, were not going to take fascism, were not going to take dreary, dying politics; were not going to take things the way they were, the way they always had been and that we were keen to change things. Pete Townshend In addition to being released on the Tommy album, "We're Not Gonna Take It" was released as a single in different forms. In America, it was the B-Side to " I'm Free ", another album track.
It is no secret that the videos often depict story lines completely unrelated to the lyrics of the song they accompany. The video 'We're Not Gonna Take It' was simply meant to be a cartoon with human actors playing variations on the Roadrunner/Wile E. Coyote theme, Each stunt was selected from my extensive personal collection of cartoons. You will note when you watch the entire video that after each catastrophe our villain suffers through, in the next sequence he reappears unharmed by any previous attack, no worse for the wear.
It was the band’s most successful song in the US, peaking at in 1984. Its oon violence video, featuring a storyline similar to (and including an actor from) the film Animal House, was very popular on MTV that year. The song scored its highest peak in New Zealand, reaching there. In the UK, it was moderately successful, peaking at The band had four other songs chart higher there in the mid-80s. I hate my teachers, too. "We’re Not Gonna Take It" Track Info.