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Culture Club – Church of the Poison Mind Lyrics 11 years ago
Almost everything he sings has to do with his sexuality.This songs is talking about the hypocritical views of some judgemental church folks who might have said harsh things about him.The world was sooo much harder back then on gay folks.For him to have come out in drag was very risky.But he had lot's of courage.

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Culture Club – Karma Chameleon Lyrics 11 years ago
you are right. Up until the red gold and green.The colors are important.Boy George was very fond of the Jamacan/African culture in England.Look at his style of dress and listen the beats to some of his songs.The colors were like his "dreams"symbolizes the acceptance and comfort that he felt within that black community.As opposed to the prudish European community."Lovin' would be easy" if Jon were apart of England's black community simply because of their then seemingly more liberal views.

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Culture Club – Karma Chameleon Lyrics 11 years ago
alright.I have been a boy george fan since the early eighties. I just had to tell you this: lovin' would be easy if your colours were like my dreams...red , gold, and green is the color of the jamacan flag, and in the song it refers to the differences in cultures in the eighties.Boy George admired the more liberal rasta culture in england at that time.look at his style of dress(hair,black hat)He's saying that lovin' would be easy if his lover had more liberal views like the rasta farians did.Several songs on that album were pertaining to the closet relationship between Boy George and drummer Jon Moss(i.e Black Money,Storm Keeper,Miss Me Blind).

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