Tommy Can You Hear Me?
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|"Tommy Can You Hear Me?"|
|Single by The Who|
|from the album Tommy|
|Recorded||19 September 1968 – 7 March 1969|
|The Who singles chronology|
"Tommy Can You Hear Me?" is a song written by Pete Townshend of The Who. It appears as the sixteenth track on the group's first rock opera, Tommy (1969). After the events in "Go to the Mirror!", Tommy is still captivated by the mirror. He remains captivated while his parents try to reach him. The song also became the theme song for UNICEF in 1972.
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