People are strange (The Doors) - Sheet Music
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People are strange (The Doors)

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People are strange Sheet music is arranged for String quartet, you can choose to buy score, parts or both score and parts together.

“People Are Strange” is a single released by The Doors in September 1967 from their second album Strange Days which was also released in September 1967. According to its Allmusic review, the song “reflects the group's fascination with the theatrical music of European cabaret.” The song is about alienation and being an outsider, and Jim Morrison may have addressed the song both to the hippie culture. The song came about in early 1967 after guitarist Robby Krieger and a depressed Morrison had walked to the top of Laurel Canyon. Drummer John Densmore believes that the song was the manifestation of Morrison's “vulnerability”.

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