2 thoughts on “No one’s slave, no one’s master.”

  1. Surely the primary song that caught the new mode as it was happening, defining and enabling a wave of non~violent and creative protest culture that rose and addressed the issue of these times. This is sung all over the world.

  2. Theo wrote it of course, and we all know that, but I did not put his name on the title. That is because the song exists in it’s own right. It is like a painting from medieval ages or sometime when they did not sign their works of art.

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