About “Won’t Get Fooled Again”. Possibly The Who’s most famous/popular song, “Won’t Get Fooled Again” was originally published as the final track on their 1971 release Who’s Next. The song is notable for its length, prominent use of synthesizers (along with “Baba O'Riley,” this song helped pioneer the usage of synthesizers in rock music).What key is Won't get Fooled Again written in?
After Lifehouse was abandoned as a project, Johns felt "Won't Get Fooled Again", along with other songs, were so good that they could simply be released as a standalone single album, which became Who's Next. This song is written in the key of A Mixolydian.Does Jack ring actually sing in entitled Won't get Fooled Again?
Jack Ring from BristolWhilst entitled won't get fooled again he never actually sings won't get fooled but DON'T get fooled. Birdman_euston from London, UkThe only song on my 'personal top-100' that 'grew' on me more because of the (prescient) lyrics than the music.Will they ever get Fooled Again by Townsend?
They "won't get fooled again" by this. Townsend has actually stated that this was his statement against the counter culture of the 60's. They betrayed him and asked for more than what he could give (IE, his kids, his life, his soul).