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Songs for Tax Day, April 15

"Taxman" by The Beatles is the first song most of us think of when we think of tax songs. The song reflected Britain's high tax rate, which in the sixties was as high as eighty percent. Was it the song that changed things? The song mentioned the leaders who would affect change, Mr. Wilson and Mr. Heath. One thing we know for sure, is that the song "Taxman" gets a lot of spins on radio every April.

Taxman by The Beatles
Take the Money and Run by Steve Miller Band
Fortunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival
Sunny Afternoon by The Kinks
After Taxes by Johnny Cash
Turbo Tax: The Rap by GoRemy
Taxman, Mr. Thief by Cheap Trick
Success Story by The Who
Me and the IRS by Johnny Paycheck
Tired by Willie Nelson
Inner City Blues (Make Me Wana Holler) by Marvin Gaye
1040 Blues by Robert Cray
Ideology by Billy Bragg
Sales Tax by Mississippi Sheiks
I Paid My Income Tax Today by Danny Kaye
Tax Free (instrumental) by Jimi Hendrix
Don't Forget To Pay Your Taxes by The Lost Secrets
Call from the IRS by Visions of the West
Tax Credits by Psychedelic Swirl
If You Never Pay Taxes by Another Blown Bubble
Jailed Rock and Roller by Centuries of Darkness
The Sales of Dominique by Proud Mary's Next Generation
Taxes in Texas by Heaven's Treehouse
The Tax Free Candidate by Nu Planet Satellites
The Thing About Taxes by Green Revision

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