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It is easy to make Emacs understand that .LISP files default the
major mode to LISP. Creating a macro called & LISP Mode which just
re-calls LISP Mode will do it. This can be done in an init file
in a cheatish way by:

 m.mLISP Modefo..QMM & LISP Modem.vMM & LISP Mode

Also, I have an Emacs library that will generate tags files for most
major languages, so making Emacs tags files shouldn't be a
consideration. The library is called TAGGEN and exists at least
on the ITS's if it is not distributed outward by now...

So the Emacs end of your recent note about LSP vs LISP is probably
not a real problem.