Ok, it's hard for me to ignore the concerns of a (non-American) Frank Zappa blog since Frank was clearly in the precise (and sometimes unpleasant) intersection of low- and high-brow American musical culture.
So for the record, In my youthful days driving too fast on the streets of a red state, I hated Heart's Barracuda ("burn, burn, burn...Barracuda." Yawn).
But I always cranked it up for their Crazy On You.
Still, one might wonder why we are focusing our political energy on the past given the seriousness of our current economic problems. The relevant lyrics:
If we still have time, we might still get by
Every time I think about it, I wanna cry
With bombs and the devil, and the kids keep comin'
No way to breathe easy, no time to be young
I don't particularly relate to the last two lines from the Seventies but the first two may stll be relevant.
"Crazy on You" attracted attention both for the relatively unusual combination of an acoustic guitar paired with an electric guitar, and the fact that the acoustic guitarist was a female - a rarity in rock music