Banned Books on the Run The lyrics of the Wings song "Band on the Run" are changed to be about books that were once banned, censored or challenged in the United States. It's trivia turned up to 451 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Banned Books on the Run

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Banned Books on the Run

Banned Books on the Run

Banned Books on the Run

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Banned Books on the Run

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The lyrics of the Wings song "Band on the Run" are changed to be about books that were once banned, censored or challenged in the United States. It's trivia turned up to 451 degrees Fahrenheit.

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