Another day — and another fine progressive artist rushes to the Madison barricades!
In this case, our good friend, Steve Rashid, a multi-talented musician, composer, recording engineer – and native of Ripon, Wisconsin – combined his skills on behalf of the pro-union protestors in his home state.
The result is a timely and humorous protest song that you can hear by clicking the link below.
And for those who want to sing lustily along – and I assume that’s all of you – here are Steve’s lyrics…
3 responses to “Sing Along with Steve: A Protest Song for The Cheddar Revolution!”
Wow! I don’t know how I missed it but I don’t remember seeing half of those signs at the rally. Although I WAS standing with that lady who was holding the sign saying she was standing with me. So she wasn’t lying.
Thanks Paul. I love to read these posts, even when I’m not in them.
We’ll be a rallyin’ at the Colorado Capitol Saturday. I’d sing the song there, but I’m afraid I wouldn’t do it justice.
Well done, Steve!! Great lyrics.
And just think, McCartney makes money on the song every time it’s sung.