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.)
"Sleep song" belongs to the album Songs for beginners Graham Nash, published by Hispavox in 1971, the song was censored by "eroticism", the censor underlines a few stanzas of the song
"When I woke up, discovered that he had been dreaming. Part of my bedding was still on the ground. Look around and realized that I were leaving. I saw back of your dress out the door. And when you kiss the lips fully open. And I will remove me clothes and me sleep beside you"
After the petition for review the censor justifies "was denied by his eroticism [...] the primitive text has not changed anything. And by carefully examining this, it is impossible to undo such eroticism by removing any phrase or word [...]"[AGA, section culture, dossier I-710/71]
From the same album was also censured the Military Madness song by "antimilitarism"
When you were asleep I was kissing your forehead You gave to frown So I kissed you again You started waking And put your arms round my waist Just making sure I was there Then you drifted away Then you drifted away And when I awoke I found out I'd been dreaming Some of my bed clothes were still on the floor I looked around Realized you were leaving me I saw the back of your dress As you slipped through the door As you slipped through the door And when I return I will kiss your open eyes Take off my clothes And I'll lie by your side Then I will wait Till The sandman is done with you And as you sleepily rise You'll find I'll be there You'll find I'll be there There, there