Category Archives: Unsung

Stopping by parking lot to scratch a bimbo’s car (poem based on a true story)

Stopping by parking lot to scratch a bimbo’s car Whose car this is I think I know It belongs to that dumb bimbo She will not see me stopping here To scratch her paint job to and fro My little … Continue reading

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Leon Rosselson and The Last Chance: Being morally right in a morally wrong world

Leon Rosselson is one of the best kept secrets of British music. He is an amazing lyricist, an under-appreciated tunesmith and as clever a writer of protest songs as they come. He is also a proponent of the kind of politics that sound good … Continue reading

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The Devil and Daniel Webster. Like finding a chest of gold in your barn.

Everyone knows villains are more fun to play. You get to vent your inner meanness and get appreciated for it, perfection. From Richard the third to Dr. Hannibal Lecter, the more evil a character is, the more fun can be … Continue reading

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