Sunday, February 12, 2006

My Valentine Song

Full Snuggle Blues (mp3)


I think about you when I'm workin'
And when I'm on the train.
Girl, the way you wear that lace and satin,
Is gonna drive me insane!
And lately makin' Love with you,
Is all that's on my brain.
Forgive me if I'm happy, darlin',
You know I can't complain.

That negligee you wore last night,
Was one complete surprise.
I loved the way it leaves your shoulders bare,
And drapes across your thighs.
But when you let it fall you nearly,
Brought tears to my eyes!
You're the nearest thing to Heaven,
That I'll know before I die.

But all the soap in Texas,
Can't wash my dirty mind.
When you turn out that bedroom light,
You Love me till I'm blind.
Sometimes I'd like to walk right up,
And slap your sweet behind!
And all the soap in Texas,
Can't wash my dirty mind.

So wrap your arms around me,
And we'll turn the lights down low.
Then I can take your fantasies ,
As far as we can go.
Littlle darlin' what you see in me,
I will never know!
But sometimes you're just too naughty, baby.
That's why I Love you so. (And I'm tellin' you:)

All the soap in Texas,
Can't wash my dirty mind.
When you turn out that bedroom light,
You Love me till I'm blind.
Sometimes I'd like to walk right up,
And slap your sweet behind!
And all the water and soap in Texas,
Can't wash my dirty mind.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

"Goper's Lament" Update

Just a note to let you know that "Goper's Lament (Hard To Be A Republican)" has been downloaded 124 times since it's release on Jan 27. It's a great start toward 100,000 downloads by Sept 11, 2006! It's time to put PNAC in a PANIC! Download "Goper's Lament" today and pass it on to 5 friends, and 5 Republicans. Come the November Election, if Bush hasn't already declared Martial Law, you'll be glad you did.

Saturday, February 04, 2006

Grampa Munster Dies

Al Lewis had a radio show on WBAI here a few years ago, around the time that he ran for Governor to get the Green Party on the ballot. He once related this story on the air, and I'll tell it from memory.

He was booked on a flight to Los Angeles to film the movie version of "Car 54 Where Are You?" When he and his friend got on they were bumped up to first class.

When they took their seats and the plane took off, Al's friend noticed the gentlman in the seat in front of them speaking in a low German accent. As he listened further he realized that the man was none other than Henry Kissenger, talking to a young assistant.

So he turns to Al with a really low excited whisper: "Hey Al. look it's Henry Kissinger."

And Al says in his normal voice: "I know that's Henry Kissinger. Don't you think I know a war criminal when I see one!"

Kissenger's assistant stood up and turned to say something, and Al said. "Sit down, Sonny, I'm not your father."

No more words were exchanged, but Kissinger was flushed red for the remainder of the flight.

Rest In Peace Grampa.

Thanks For The Howardly!

Phil*from*Iowa. wrote on February 3, 2006 08:02 PM:


a HOWARDLY to you for your fearless quest of spreading your music.

Actually that should read "relentless quest for shameless self promotion..."

Thanks again Phil. Here in the deep morning, I'd like to offer some thoughts on this:

Back in 2002, I was heavily promoting my DeanMix CD and folks were concerned that I was just out to sell my music. They missed a larger point I was trying to make, and it cost us.

When I craft my parodies, they are designed to elicit spicific responses. I build the word structures with a result in mind. I field test every song.

So the idea was not to sell a bunch of CDs, but to get those word structures into as many ears as I could in the shortest possible time. It broke my heart that folks didn't seem to understand.

Pardon the burst of ego, but I'm convinced that if "The Vermontster Mash," and "Kerry's Lament" had been used as intended in Iowa by the roots, it could have made a difference. I designed them to demonstrate that the burden of taking our country back becomes lighter when our individual efforts have visible meaning and results. One person making a difference was and still is the defining ideal of the Dean Movement.

So this time I want to be clear. This ain't about me, and it ain't about money. My goal is to reach 100,000 downloads of "Goper's Lament (Hard To BE A Republican)" by September 11 2006. Why?

Because I want every single Republican in this country know that they've made our nation a criminal laughing stock before the whole world. I want every Republican in this country to feel like "Goper's Lament" is a tar and feathering of everything they stand for. I want to gather up the ashes of my friends from the deepest parts of my lungs and spit PNAC right in their traitorous eyes.

The only way to overcome the Black Box Vote is to arrive on election day in such overwhelming numbers that any fraud would be glaring enough for prosecution. And make no mistake, I still believe that this administration is so criminal that it has no intention of ever giving up power. So for me, "Goper's Lament" is my line in the sand.

I intend to use my craft this time to alter a million votes by November. Since it's release on Jan 27, the song has been downloaded 103 times. I have 99,897 to go.

If you knew a song could change a million minds what would you do?

Pass it on.

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Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Letter To The Editor

The End of America As We Knew It


Most folks don't realize it, but The United States of America came to an end yesterday. With the elevation of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court, we will now have a Unitary Executive (Dictator) with unlimitable authority in a time of war without end.

Two stolen elections would be useless to seizing power without a permanant Judiciary to enforce it. Having accomplished this yesterday, Bush needs only a slim pretext for declaring Martial Law to make his coup complete. Perhaps PNAC can come up with a new "new Pearl Harbor" as a sequel to 9/11. Who knows?

But with The Indicted Tabernacle Choir singing soprano to federal prosecutors, I just wouldn't bet on BushCo leaving their legal fate to the whim of a few truckloads of rigged voting machines this November.

David Teller

(David Teller is The Subway Serenade.)

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