These songs are not a new phenomenon. They have been around for golden age. Many work songs from that generation tell us of the issues and troubles faced by people such as farmers and railroad workers In this country, strong emotions have explicated the examples from the 1800’s can be found that were part of the abolitionist movement. During the year of 1900’s as unions began to take hold, the international workers originate effective use of topical songs in protest to inspire their members. In the year of 1909, they published a book of songs that would become known to be a little red songbook. In general, if a song called topical that only based on events referred to were at least reasonably recent at the time the song was written and a number of artists realized that songs could send a message and tell a story about the human condition that meant to be easy way of conveying and realizing a man’s emotions. The top topical songs are the creators Country Joe and the Fish, the song is ‘I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fix in’-to-Die Rag’. For this hit song Country, Joe McDonald spoke for young people all over America when he released the anti-Vietnam classic “I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fix in’-To-Die Rag.”