Friday, September 26, 2014

song "Roosevelt Room," Conor Oberst and The Mystic Valley Band (with lyrics)













Hey there, Son of Adam
Hey there, Daughter of Eve
Help me sing this tear gas riot song
To some fresh faced police
They won't even know what hit them
When they lift their Roman shades
And the people's song comes pouring in
On a brand new day

You who damn the river
You who changed our mountain's name
First we want denali back
Then we're taking on Washington's states
You give death as a consolation
You know only hate and rage
You paid a dowry for your child's rights
Now she's living like a slave

A prayer came down the wire
It was all in the enemy's code
You couldn't figure out what mercy meant
So you did like you were told
When they finally sent the doctors
Once the fireball went out
There was nothing left but the cockroaches
In a movie with no sound

What good, what good are you?
With your cynical flag and your Roosevelt room
What good, what good are you?
With your Cherokee trail and your unattended tomb

Go ask Hunter Thompson
Go ask Hemingway's ghost
It all catches up with you
Once you get just a little too old
Take a hard look in the mirror
It's a thing that you cannot see
Your shadows alone but the day is young
It just wasn't meant to be

There's no blankets for the winter
There's no oil in the lamp
And I'd like to write my congressman
But I can't afford the stamp
You want me to pay my taxes
So you can propagate your lie
While there's barefoot dudes down in New Orleans
Looking like they're gonna die

Yeah, you who quote the legends
You who poisoned all of my dreams
You pinned all of the medals on
All the boys from Omaha Beach
Hope you haven't got too lazy
I know you like your apple pie
Cause the working poor you've been pissing on
Are doing double shifts tonight

What good, what good are you?
With your cynical flag and your Roosevelt room
What good, what good are you?
With your Cherokee trail and your unattended tomb















Thursday, September 25, 2014

Eve of Destruction, Barry McGuire (original version, with lyrics)


















The eastern world it is exploding
Violence flarin’, bullets loadin’
You're old enough to kill but not for votin’
You don’t believe in war but what’s that gun you're totin’?
And even the Jordan River has bodies floatin’

But you tell me
Over and over and over again my friend
Ah, you don’t believe
We're on the eve of destruction

Don’t you understand what I'm tryin’ to say
Can’t you feel the fears I'm feelin’ today?
If the button is pushed, there's no runnin’ away
There’ll be no one to save with the world in a grave
Take a look around you boy, it's bound to scare you boy

And you tell me
Over and over and over again my friend
Ah, you don't believe
We’re on the eve of destruction

Yeah my blood’s so mad feels like coagulating
I'm sitting here just contemplatin’
I can’t twist the truth; it knows no regulation
Handful of senators don't pass legislation
And marches alone can't bring integration
When human respect is disintegratin’
This whole crazy world is just too frustratin’

And you tell me
Over and over and over again my friend
Ah, you don’t believe
We're on the eve of destruction

Think of all the hate there is in Red China
Then take a look around to Selma, Alabama
You may leave here for four days in space
But when you return it's the same old place
The pounding of the drums, the pride and disgrace
You can bury your dead but don't leave a trace
Hate your next door neighbor, but don’t forget to say grace

And tell me
Over and over and over and over again my friend
You don’t believe
We're on the eve of destruction
No, no, you don’t believe
We’re on the eve of destruction













Saturday, September 20, 2014

Green Day - Wake Me Up When September Ends (with lyrics on screen)















green day - holiday - lyrics

















Green Day - Know Your Enemy (With Lyrics)




















green day - american idiot - lyrics













Rage Against The Machine - Sleep Now In The Fire





















Manu Chao - Clandestino (Official Video)



















F*ck tha police nwa lyrics


















Zombie Fela kuti with lyrics

















The Drones - Jezebel



















Tom Waits - Day After Tomorrow















Bruce Springsteen - How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times...



















Radiohead - Idioteque (Lyrics On Screen)




















MIA- Born Free (lyrics On Screen)




















Bright Eyes, Lifted (playlist)


















Desaparecidos - MariKKKopa




























Desaparecidos - "Anonymous"





















Bright Eyes - When The President Talks To God (Lyrics)




















Against All Authority - Ugly Desires


















Ramones - This Business Is Killing Me
















Suicide Machines, Steal this Record


















Jello Biafra And The Guantanamo School Of Medicine - Strength Thru Shopping


















Jarvis Cocker, Running the World


















Conor Oberst and The Mystic Valley Band, Roosevelt Room



























Woody Guthrie, This Land is Your Land




















Rage Against the Machine, No Shelter




















Dead Kennedys, Stars and Stripes of Corruption

















The Clash, Lost in the Supermarket


















System of a Down, Boom!
















Dixie Chicks, Not Ready to Make Nice


















Sierra Leone's All Stars, Living Like a Refugee





















Hip Hop for Respect, A Tree Never Grown



















Super Furry Animals, The Man Don't Give a Fuck




















Tupac, Keep Ya Head Up

















Sonic Youth, Swimsuit Issue












Bob Dylan, Only a Pawn in their Game












Tupac, Changes









DAM, Meen Erhebi











Ani Difranco, Self-Evident















Bruce Springsteen, 41 Shots (with lyrics)











Playlist, more protest songs












Carl Read, If I had a Rocket Launcher













Paul Robeson, Joe Hill

















Killer Mike, Reagan (with lyrics)











Public Enemy, Fight the Power (with lyrics)













Bruce Springsteen, Born in the USA













Bob Dylan, The Times, They Are A-Changin'

















Rodriguez, This Is Not a song, It's an Outburst, or the Establishment Blues












John Lennon, Power to the People















Creedence Clearwater Revival, Fortunate Son (with lyrics)












Gil Scot-Heron, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised












Crass, Where Next Columbus?













James McMurtry, We Can't Make it Here Anymore












Bob Marley, War













Jimmy Cliff, Vietnam

















Frank Zappa, Trouble Every Day

















Rodriguez, playlist of songs










Minutemen, This Ain't No Picnic

















Mischief Brew, Thanks Bastards!

















Nina Simone, Strange Fruit














Barry McGuire, Eve of Destruction















P.F. Sloan, Sins of a Family













Indigo Girls, Shame on You

















Dennis Brown, Revolution


















Bob Marley, Redemption Song

















Ohio, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young













Billy Bragg, My Youngest Son Came Home Today















Nina Simone, Mississippi Goddam!













Phil Ochs, The Marines Have Landed on the Shores of Santo Domingo















Funkadelic, March to the Witch's Castle












Bob Dylan, The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll

















Dead Kennedys, Kill the Poor













Marvin Gaye, Inner City Blues













Bob Marley, Get Up, Stand Up










Sam Cooke, A Change is Gonna Come















Tony Babino, The Internationale













Mavis Staples, Keep Your Eyes on the Prize





















Bruce Springsteen, The Seeger Sessions














Bruce Springsteen, Youngstown















Bruce Springsteen, The Ghost of Tom Joad












Fugazi, Margin Walker












Fugazi, Great Cop











One Last Wish, Break to Broken












Fugazi, Five Corporations











Fugazi, Shut the Door














Sleater-Kinney, Youth Decay










Velvet Revolver, Slither
















Tool, Aenema