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- Turn! by The Byrds. One of the most prominent examples of a rock song ripped from the verses of the Bible is the song "Turn! Turn!" by The Byrds, per Far Out Magazine.
- Story of Isaac by Leonard Cohen. With his Jewish background and affinity for Israel, it's no surprise that Leonard Cohen would turn to the Old Testament or Hebrew Bible for song inspiration (via AISH).
- Highway 61 Revisited by Bob Dylan. Bob Dylan would become a born-again Christian for three years between 1979 and 1981, and he put out a couple of gospel albums, per the Independent.
- Creeping Death by Metallica. In 1984, Metallica put out the album "Ride the Lightning," featuring the song "Creeping Death" (via Ultimate Classic Rock).
- “Eye Of The Tiger” – Survivor (1982) What better way to hype up the well-received fictional boxer Rocky Balboa who was stuck in a rut after suffering a defeat than fueling the scene with Survivor’s “Eye Of The Tiger”.
- “The Show Must Go On” – Queen (1991) Freddie Mercury soldiered on until his last breath, very fittingly so with the release of Queen’s “The Show Must Go On”.
- “Dream On” – Aerosmith (1973) Carrying a somber, haunting melody, Steven Tyler helped Aerosmith break out from the norm with the cut “Dream On”. Talking about soldiering on despite the challenges of life, “Dream On” only gets better as Tyler’s vocals soar to a powerful screech.
- “Let It Be” – The Beatles (1970) Paul McCartney didn’t have to look far for inspiration in the final days of the Beatles when everything was falling apart for the world’s biggest band.