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There may have been a distinction between those two war criminals. Perhaps even a distinction that we might call significant, but certainly not one that will, in itself, allow our species to survive.
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Acoustic - Folk
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May 17, 2005
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Words/music
David Rovics © David Rovics 2005 All Rights Reserved
Story behind the song
There may have been a distinction between those two war criminals. Perhaps even a distinction that we might call significant, but certainly not one that will, in itself, allow our species to survive.
Lyrics
Whoever wins in November In Boston bay To the Mexican Gulf All the papers will say The people have spoken And shown us their will From the great plains of Wyoming To the Capitol Hill Whoever wins in November The moon it will rise And the mothers will wake up To the sound of the cries Of the kids in their mansions And the kids in their shacks The farmworkers will toil With the sun on their backs Whoever wins in November The rivers will flow Into the Charles And the Rio Bravo The drills they will burrow And the pipes will be laid And the bankers will laugh At all the profits they've made Whoever wins in November The frat boys at Yale Will all toast to democracy And tell many a tale Some lost souls may wonder How this all began While in the dark halls of New Haven They say there goes our man Whoever wins in November On either side of the aisle Rich white men in suits Will clap and they'll smile The bombs will keep falling The flags they will wave And they'll cheer on their new leader The latest corporate slave Whoever wins in November The children will die In the ghettoes of Oakland and Beneath the Iraqi sky The nuke dumps will widen And the forests will burn Until the time comes When we finally learn That whoever wins in November Neolib, neocon Stands only for death Whichever face he has on We will build a new world And set us all free Once we drive the whole lot of them Right out of DC Wheover wins in November Created September, 2004