Summaries: Música censurada (Relación de no radiables de la Dirección General de Radiodifusión): Military madness (2 min., 50 seg.) ; Sleep song (2 min., 57 seg.)
"Military madness" belongs to the album Songs for beginners Graham Nash, published by Hispavox in 1971, the song was censored by "anitimilitarista", the censor refers to it when it comes to deny it
"Although not refers to Spain, it is very indefinite and can do damage"
After the petition for review is justified the censor "[...] As for the anti-militarism of the song which motivated their prohibition, it is impossible to disguise it by removing any phrase or Word. The entire song suffers from the defect"[AGA, sección cultura, expediente I-710/71]
From the same album was also censored the song Sleep Song by "eroticism"
In an upstairs room in Blackpool By the side of a northern sea The army had my father And my mother was having me Military Madness was killing my country Solitary Sadness comes over me
After the school was over and I moved To the other side I found a different country but I never Lost my pride Military Madness was killing the country Solitary sadness creeps over me
And after the wars are over And the body count is finally filed I hope that The Man discovers What's driving the wild people Military madness is killing your country So much sadness, between you and me War, War, War, War, War, War