That same year, Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd released ‘Sweet Home Alabama,’ an answer song to Neil Young and others who’d criticized Dixie. “Now Watergate does not bother me,” Ronnie Van Zant sang. “Does your conscience bother you?”
Nixon certainly bothered some of the biggest names in rock, whose music helped galvanize the public to call for the president’s resignation. Long after Nixon departed the White House, musicians still referenced him as a reminder that, as James Taylor said, “things repeat themselves.”
What the fuck does that even mean, you hippie wife-beater?
Anyhow, this singularly unimpressive list omits this, for some reason: