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Of Mice And Men

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Megadeth



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Dave Mustaine wrote this about growing into a passionate young man, but being shocked when he was kicked out of his band Metallica when he was 25. (thanks, Cory - Calgary, Canada)
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Comments (4):

Nick...No.
- Alex, Fresno, CA
Or the title came from the book "Of Mice and Men" by John Steinbeck
- MAx, Gothenburg, Sweden
The title propably came from the song "Of Wolf And Man" from Metallica's Black Album. Just remove the Wolf in Of Wolf And Man and you get the idea...
- Nick, Cairns, Australia
Damn, Dave Mustaine can't get over with that event. He's now a famous musician without the aid of Metallica.
- Mikkho, Malabon City, Other
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