Songs not to play during a war -- The British Broadcasting Corporation advises caution in playing songs like Queen's ''Killer Queen'' and John Lennon's ''Imagine''

Can certain songs cause emotional distress in time of war? The British government apparently thinks so. In a recent memo to its 37 local radio stations, the British Broadcasting Corporation suggested caution in airing the following songs:
· ”Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” Cher
· ”Give Peace a Chance” and ”Imagine” John Lennon
· ”Two Tribes” Frankie Goes to Hollywood
· ”In the Air Tonight” Phil Collins
· ”Killer Queen” Queen
· ”(I Just) Died in Your Arms Tonight” Cutting Crew
· ”I Shot the Sheriff” Eric Clapton
· ”Billy, Don’t Be a Hero” Paper Lace
· ”Under Attack” ABBA
· ”Killing Me Softly With His Song” Roberta Flack
· ”Light My Fire” The Doors
· ”Atomic” Blondie
· ”Love Is a Battlefield” Pat Benatar
· ”War” Edwin Starr
· ”Walk Like an Egyptian” Bangles
· ”Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” Elton John