Marijuana songs

Discussion in 'Marijuana' started by dweezil111, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. dweezil111

    dweezil111 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Hey all,
    What is your favorite song about the wonderful plant marijuana
    mine is panama red by new riders of the purple sage
     
  2. Jennifer19

    Jennifer19 Oxygen girl

    purple haze, Jimmy hendrix's
     
  3. Serenade

    Serenade Member

    Burn One Down, Ben Harper
     
  4. humandraydel

    humandraydel Member

    purple haze is about lsd.

    i like ALL marijuana songs! a few of my favorites:

    "smoke two joints" - sublime?

    "p.o.d." - B.O.N.E.

    "blaze it" - B.O.N.E.

    "fried day" - bizzy bone


    ahhh, i loved my rap phase!

    humandraydel
     
  5. iriegirl420

    iriegirl420 Member

    That one song that Yonder Mountain does..."Two hits and the joint turned brown...) and of course Kaya by Marley and the Wailers
     
  6. TheJolta

    TheJolta Member

    Lets see:

    Sweet Leaf by Black Sabbath, With a Little Help From My Friends by the beatles (maybe not about bud, but I relate it to that), Smoke two joints is a classic by Sublime, and uh ya that's all I got.
     
  7. Willy_Wonka_27

    Willy_Wonka_27 Surrender to the Flow

    Brian Robbins "marijuana" ((aka) phish "marijuana")
     
  8. TrippinBTM

    TrippinBTM Ramblin' Man

    I like Mystic Roots "pass the marijuana"
     
  9. StonerBill

    StonerBill Learn

    The Beatles - Got to get you into my life

    by paul
     
  10. Bob_Bong

    Bob_Bong Member

    Ween - Pass The Bong

    Cypress Hill - 'Dr Green Thumb' and of course 'Hits From The Bong'
     
  11. kindwoman

    kindwoman Sista Golden Hair

    Billy Bardo by Johnny Paycheck
     
  12. Jennifer19

    Jennifer19 Oxygen girl

    Says who? Purple haze is a marijuana plant, I never heard of lsd called purple haze

     
  13. Willy_Wonka_27

    Willy_Wonka_27 Surrender to the Flow

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


    "Purple Haze" is a Jimi Hendrix song from the 1967 album Are You Experienced?. The title is a drug reference, specifically to a potent form of LSD created by Hippie underground chemist Owsley Stanley.
     
  14. Doc Daneeka

    Doc Daneeka Member

    Moreover, I don't think the purple haze strain was even around then

    Another song is
    "One toke over the line" by [size=-1]Brewer and Shipley
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  15. DR. REEFER

    DR. REEFER Member

    marijuana in your brain - system of a down
    stoned is the way of the walk- cypress hill

    ohhh cant forget "because i got high" by afroman lol that song will never get old for me haha
     
  16. yup, deffinetly my favourite too
     
  17. I_Am_A_Robot

    I_Am_A_Robot Member

    i dont listen to much smoking music but i listen to some underground 3 6 mafia , like dj paul and lord infamous's "pass dat joint"
     
  18. Jennifer19

    Jennifer19 Oxygen girl

    Hendrix claimed this had nothing to do with drugs, but it's hard to believe they weren't an influence. The lyrics seem to vividly portray an acid trip, and Hendrix was doing plenty of drugs at the time.

    The song actually was about a dream. The editors changed it around to sound like a druggy song. Havent you heard of Purple Haze, Jesus saves?
    - Stump, Gulf Shores, AL


    http://www.songfacts.com/detail.lasso?id=2553
     
  19. Or... it could be the general public's ignorance of drugs influencing music fueling that arguement that Purple Haze is not drug-related. The #1 factor in determining that a song is based upon any drug is the lyrics (IMO). Take a look at the lyrics, and then decide for yourself. Also, many artists that write songs about drugs tend to deny it, i think it is more a PR thing than anything else. Oh, and yes my favorite, as i would have to agree with the TheJolta, is Sweet Leaf by Black Sabbath -


    When I first met you didn't realize
    I can't forget you or your surprise
    You introduced me to my mind
    And left me wanting you and your kind

    OH YEAH BABY, lol.
     
  20. one of my favorites as well
     

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