Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Happy Anniversary McVeigh

I'd Love to Change the World
Ten Years After

Everywhere is
freaks and hairies
Dykes and fairies, tell me where is sanity?
Tax the rich, feed the poor
Till there are no rich no more?

I'd love to change the world
But I don't know what to do...
So I'll leave it up to you.

Population keeps on breeding
Nation bleedin, still more feeding economy
Life is funny, skies are sunny
Bees make honey, who needs money, Monopoly ?

I'd love to change the world
But I don't know what to do
So I'll leave it up to you.

World pollution, there's no solution
Institution, electrocution
Just black and white, rich or poor
Them and us, stop the war
I'd love to change the world
But I don't know what to do
So I'll leave it up to you

5 comments:

sage said...

Came in here reading blogs of Clyde Edgerton fans... I use to love that song... but what is the link to McVeigh? Is this the Timothy guy who changed the world in a very negative way for some many folks?

poopie said...

Yep...My smartass way of saying "up yours" to the idiot.

-E said...

Did you write that poem? I'm impressed. I could never do that.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Anonymous said...

I love that song I have always loved Ten Years After

CreamTangerine said...

I've been stumbling around your blog for a while now, and I find this. As a woman from OKC who spent more than a few years of her childhood in Dyersburg I thank you for this "dig" at "Mr." McVeigh. There is no love loss between that man and my family most of whom were downtown OKC that day. Thanks for nothing Timothy.

P.S. I think I went to school with you at some point back long ago! I'd be two years behind you in school. At various times though I was at Jennie Walker, Alice Thurmond and the "new" as it was known then DHS. My dad ran "Otasco" and my mom worked for Dr. Haynes as a nurse. Hey!

I enjoy reading your blog. It takes me back sometimes.

Ruth Anne Freeborn