Guns, Guns, Guns

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"Guns, Guns, Guns"
Single by The Guess Who
from the album Rockin'
B-side "Heaven Only Moved Once Yesterday"
Released May 1972
Recorded 1971 – 1972 at RCA's Music Center of the World, Hollywood, California
Genre Rock and Roll
Length 4:59
Label RCA Victor 0708
Writer(s) Burton Cummings
Producer(s) Jack Richardson
The Guess Who singles chronology
"Heartbroken Bopper"
(1972)
"Guns, Guns, Guns"
(1972)
"Runnin' Back to Saskatoon"
(1972)
For use in military aviation, see Fox (code word).

"Guns, Guns, Guns" is a popular rock and roll song written by Burton Cummings.

The song was recorded by the Canadian rock group The Guess Who for the album Rockin'[1] and is also included on their 1974 compilation album The Best of the Guess Who, Vol. 2.[2]

The single release spent six weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 peaking at #70 during the week of June 10, 1972.[3] The song also reached #58 in Canada.[4]

The lyrics have an anti-hunting theme.[citation needed]

Cummings did a remake of the song on his 1978 solo album Dream of a Child.

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