"Yo George" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos.
I salute to you Commander
And I sneeze
Cause I have now
An allergy
To your policies it seems

Where have we gone wrong America?
Mr. Lincoln we can't seem
To find you anywhere out of the millions
From the deserts
To the mountains
Over prairies
To the shores
Is this just the madness of King George
Yo George
Is this just the madness of King George
Yo George
Well you have the whole nation
On all fours


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"Yo George" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General Commentpbrazil: "Proficiency" is a very nice word, I will grant you, but there are others that are more worthy of being used three times in the space of one paragraph. "And," for instance.

    Look, it's a toss-off little intro, hardly worthy of criticism with words such as "unavailing" or "innate proficiency" unless one has a serious chip on one's shoulder. Granted, I'm not sure I would have opened the album with it. (There's a weird little part of me that just might have swapped it with "Fat Slut.")

    While I don't hate GWB, I think it's entirely fair to suggest that he considers himself a king of sorts. As "the decider," he has worked nonstop to expand the power of the executive branch, at the expense of the other two. As an independent, I suspect that this is a powderkeg. So do many conservatives -- and just wait until the next liberal gets to the White House and uses GWB's fondness for "signing statements" as a precedent. The hypocritical backpedaling is going to be hilarious.
    raffishtenant2on November 22, 2007   Link

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