This song caused some tension when Guns N' Roses and the African-American rock band Living Colour were on the same bill as openers for The Rolling Stones for four nights in October Living Colour guitarist Vernon Reid was asked about the song in a radio interview leading up to the shows, and he denounced it (Reid wasn't happy about being.
"One in a Million" is a song by American rock band Guns N' Roses. It is the eighth track on the album G N' R Lies and was released in The lyrics describe Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose's experience of getting hustled in the Greyhound bus station upon first arriving in Los fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co: Folk rock, acoustic rock.
Oct 11, · “One in a Million” is a controversial song that rock band Guns N’ Roses dropped back in the late 80s. It is centered on the thoughts of a “small-town White boy”, i.e. the singer, who is accordingly naïve of the ways of city life and overwhelmed by changes in American society.
Lyrics. Guns N' Roses Yes I needed some time to get away I needed some peace of mind Some peace of mind that'll stay So I thumbed it. Now it's six in L.A. Maybe a greyhound could be my way Police and niggers, that's right Get outta my way Don't need to buy none of your Gold chains today Now don't need no bracelets Clamped in front of my back Just need my ticket 'till then Won't you cut me some.
Find Guns N' Roses credit information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases One in a Million: Guns N' Roses: Primary Artist: Santiago, Guns N' Roses: Primary Artist, Composer Live & Let Die [US CD Single] Guns N' Roses: Primary Artist: Making of Estranged: Part 4 of Trilogy.
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