Wind Of Change


In the original key of C major, "Wind of Change" is a song by the German rock band Scorpions. Released in 1990, it was written by lead vocalist Klaus Meine and became a symbol of the political changes taking place in Eastern Europe at the time. The song was inspired by the band's visit to the Moscow Music Peace Festival in 1989 and became an anthem for the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War. Apart from its historical significance, "Wind of Change" is also known for its powerful and emotional melody, featuring a blend of acoustic and electric guitars, and Meine's distinctive vocals. The song still remains one of Scorpions' most popular and recognized hits.