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  1. 40, Headmen Forty thousand headmen couldn't make me change my mind If I had to take the choice between the deafman and the blind I know just where my feet should go and that's enough for me I turned around and knocked them down and walked across the sea Hadn't traveled very far .
  2. # ### From: [email protected] (JK13) 40, Headmen Traffic (Winwood/Capaldi) (Em) Forty thousand headmen couldn't (Am) make me change my mind If I (Bm) had to take the choice between the (Am) deaf man and the blind I (Bm) know just where my feet should go and (Am) that's enough for me I (Bm) turned around and knocked them down And walked.
  3. General Comment You have to understand that Traffic's first three albums came out at the height of the psychedelic period of the 60's. 40, Headmen was a fantasy that meshed perfectly with the LSD mindset. The interpretations are great, showing that songs like this have longevity. if6ws9 on June 15, Link No Replies Log in to reply5/5(4).
  4. 40, Headmen. likes. 40, Headmen performs the hits and deep-cuts of Traffic with a smattering of Blind Faith and Spencer Davis Group for good Followers:
  5. But in songs like your paranoia hymn “40, Headmen” or “Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring” it’s almost as if you’re playing a joke on yourself. Stevie: I know what you mean.
  6. This reunion of Mason and Capaldi then features many of Capaldi's best compositions with 'Traffic', such as the kicking opener 'Pearly Queen', '40, Headmen', 'The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys', and a straight forward, less psychedelic 'Dear Mr. Fantasy'/5.
  7. Lyrics to "40, Headmen" by BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS: Forty thousand headmen couldn't make me change my mind / If I had to take the choice between the deafman and the blind / I know just where my feet should go and that's enough for me / I turned around and knocked them down and walked across the sea / Hadn't traveled.
  8. 40, Headmen Lyrics. Forty thousand headmen couldn't make me change my mind If I had to take the choice between the deaf man and the blind I know just where my feet should go and that's enough for me I turned around and knocked them down and walked across the sea.

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