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So… what was the answer to this question?
If you answered, "Long Time Gone," you are correct!
"Wooden Ships" is the third song heard, "Woodstock" closes the film. "Wooden Ships" was written in 1969 by David Crosby, Paul Kantner and Stephen Stills but was never released as a single. The song was actually written on Paul Kantner's (from Jefferson Airplane) boat. As David recalls: "I had most of the music before I involved them in it. But we were sitting around saying, 'Well, what are we going to do? Let’s write a song.' And we did. Paul, actually, is the one who pointed it lyrically in the direction that it wound up going, which is a sort of a post-apocalyptic science fiction story. It’s a recurrent theme with him in a lot of his work. It’s very unusual chemistry. Paul and Stephen are very different kinds of guys and I’m not like either one of them, but it was obviously a successful one, ’cause I love the song."