Every Lil’ Girl Of Mine – Underground Authority

Every Lil' Girl Of Mine Artwork

Kolkata-based ‘Underground Authority’ was formed in early 2010 with the merger of two bands, Banned and Skydive. “Every Lil’ Girl Of Mine” is a composition inspired musically and lyrically by the song “What did you learn in school today?” by folk singer-songwriter Tom Paxton that appeared on his 1964 album, ‘Ramblin’ Boy’, which spoke about the American school system misinforming children on the events of history. Similarly, “Every Lil’ Girl Of Mine” takes on the step of protesting against the government’s idle promises on the safety and security of women in our country. Supported by Underground Authority’s rock sounds, “Every Lil’ Girl Of Mine’ is certainly a song that requires widespread support.

 

 

– Reviewed by Parag Kamani

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