"Letter to Bill and Hillary" as written by and Hirst....
Hey brother of mine,
Come down from the hill
Down where the homeless people
Are not thanking you, Bill
Hey brother of mine,
The world is so strange
The hungry are so polite
When they ask you for change

Hey brother of mine,
A word in your ear
No people can ever go forward
Who are living in fear
You will have to stand tall
You will have to be strong
Then the tribes of the living
Will thank you
For destroying your bombs

I don't mean to sound ungrateful
I don't mean to be unfair
I just had to write and tell you
'Cause the night's so cold and clear
So clear

Hey sister of mine,
The future is green
And the future is freedom
For black and white
And all colors between
There's a lot can be said
There's much more to be done
And people who pray for peace
Should never sanctify guns

Dear brother of mine,
I won't take more of your time
But you know the greatest freedom of all
Comes from speaking your mind
Then the people will sing
Then their pride will swell
All hail to a bright new future
For your Liberty Bell
All hail to a bright new future
And our liberty, Bill

When you're back in your home
All safe and secure
Remember there's people still out
There just looking for food

When you're back in your home
And the living is good
Remember there's people still out there
Just begging for food

And you're back in your home
Like everyone should
Remember there's people still out there
Just crying for food

When you're back in your home
If only we could
Remember there's people still out there
They are dying for food


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