The Most Philosophical Song You Ever Heard

This may be a little too deeply personal for some, so reader discretion is advised. Don't know the reason, stayed here all season. Nothing to show but this brand new tattoo. But it's a real beauty, a Mexican cutie. How it got here I haven't a clue.
Blew out my flip-flop, stepped on a pop top, cut my heel had to cruise on back home. But there's booze in the blender and soon it will render that frozen concoction that helps me hang on.

(Some people claim that there's a woman to blame. But I know it's my own damn fault.)
Terrible song, and I don't see any philosophical message either. I guess you're just funning us. I guess.
Qne that comes to mind is "Will Never Marry". It's not my way of looking at life, but I think it's a good sample of the way Morrissey sees it. Great song.
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A few examples come to mind:
  • Immortal Technique “Mistakes”.
  • Dylan “Blowing in the Wind”
  • Hilltop Hood, “Stopping All Stations”
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Margaritaville is a philosophical examination of the meaning of life. Time in a Bottle is Jim Croce exploring the meaning of eternal love in a temporal world. The Cheesburger is an eclectic discussion on the illusion of choice. Please try and stay on topic dabel. Please. Thank you.
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Nonsense. "Margaritaville" is about an addict coming to terms with his own bullshit. Interesting choice, MC.
Not necessarily the "most" philosophical but "Epitaph" on Crimson’s first album has some echoes in history. That Greg Lake is singing is a bonus. My best copy remains a first Island UK pink label, but it is somewhat noisy compared to other pressings.
God Shuffled his Feet - Crash Test Dummies


Dear Jesus - Please save me from your followers
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What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
Got to Go Back - Van Morrison
Pilgrims - Van Der Graff Generator
Davey - Roy Harper
Suzanne - Leonard Cohen
Cat's in the Cradle - Harry Chapin
Evelyn, A Modified Dog - Frank Zappa
+1 tomic601…nearly every song on that Crash Test Dummies album might qualify
On a deeper note: 
Dust in The Wind-Kansas

On a somewhat lighter note:
Mr. Wendal-Arrested Development 
The Mrs noted that Sarah McLaughlin’s “Arms of the Angels” is viewed by many as a death song, but that she interprets it as a song about drugs.
Just thought of a good one... Nothing to Say by Jethro Tull from the Benefit album.
Humble pie - drugstore cowboy.  
Lynyrd skynyrd - simple man

uriah heep - magicians birthday

Bathory - under the runes. 

Bob Dylan — Like A Rolling Stone (“when you ain’t got nothing, you got nothing to lose,” for just one example).

But femoore12’s nomination of Tennessee Ernie Ford’s 16 Tons deserves a +1.
Semolina Pilchard
Climbing up the Eiffel tower
Elementary penguin singing Hare Krishna
Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allen Poe
I am the egg man
They are the egg men
I am the walrus
Goo goo g'joob, goo goo goo g'joob
Goo goo g'joob, goo goo goo g'joob, goo
Joob, joob, jooba
Jooba, jooba, jooba
Joob, jooba
Joob, jooba

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My Head Is My Only House, Except When It Rains - Captain Beefheart
These Days - Jackson Browne
Alone But Not Alone - Rodney Crowell

+ 1 on "Working Class Hero" (Marianne Faithfull version)
Truer words were never written.

"relating or devoted to the study of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence"

That stupid song is definitely NOT. Senor Parrot is all about the money.
He finally relented on doing a private show a few years ago. $1000 per outdoor seat.
1. The Who, "I'm One." For a 16-year-old struggling with everything 16-year-olds go through, a perfect song. 
2. Those great lines from "Under Pressure," including the cry from Freddie, "Why can't we give love/One more chance. . ." Such an old fashioned word . . . Dares you to too much.
3. U2, "Until the End of the World." Judas talking to Jesus, challenging his apocalypticism. "So Cruel" from the same album. Heck, "One" has some great lines, and a great premise. And from "The Fly": "They say the sun is sometimes/Eclipsed by the moon/I don't see you/When she walks into the room."

The Bruces’ Philosophers song from Monty Python.

”Immanuel Kant was a real pissant Who was very rarely stable
Heidegger, Heidegger was a boozy beggar Who could think you under the table
David Hume could out-consume Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
And Wittgenstein was a beery swine Who was just as sloshed as Schlegel

There’s nothing Nietzche couldn’t teach ya ’Bout the raising of the wrist Socrates, himself, was permanently pissed

John Stuart Mill, of his own free will On half a pint of shandy was particularly ill
Plato, they say, could stick it away Half a crate of whiskey every day
Aristotle, Aristotle was a bugger for the bottle, Hobbes was fond of his dram
And René Descartes was a drunken fart "I drink, therefore I am"

Yes, Socrates, himself, is particularly missed
A lovely little thinker But a bugger when he’s pissed”

On a different level I’m rather fond of Who Knows Where the Time Goes by Sandy Denny

What's so funny about peace, love and understanding?

If we can throw in album titles, Bodeans - "Love and Hope and Sex and Dreams "covers pretty much every song ever written.