Dear Mr. Romney

by Red20

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Before Red20 returned truly in 2013, tongue-in-cheek single "Dear Mr. Romney" was released shortly before the 2012 US Elections. Featuring mysterious guest vocalist, Kaptain Kolob.


Across the ocean it's rather tragic
Mr Obama, no longer magic
But the solution is nothing better
To Mr. Romney, I wrote a letter...

Dear Mr. Romney,
I'm glad you liked the underwear. I thought they'd match your hair
I didn't think you'd care, to write me back
And fall into my little trap. I didn't mean to scare you, sir
It's talcum powder, that I swear! Anyway….
A man like you... afraid of me?
What about blacks, arabs and queers?
Surely they're your deepest fears
So, what keeps you awake at night?
Was I right? Ah, Is that why you're so uptight?

Mitt Romney, he's a fucking moron
Mitt Romney, he's a fucking mormon

All of his best friends are getting richer
I know his secret, I read his scripture
Out there on Kolob he runs a slave trade
On the economy he'll launch a crusade

Please, Mr. Romney,
What kind of game do you think you're playing?
Think about what you're saying,
Intellectually, you couldn't even make the weigh-in
You wouldn't tip the scales
So take heed where your colleagues failed
Stem cells aren't babies, even when they comes from ladies
And drugs are bad? Maybe, but why battle the cartels?
Some common sense would serve you well
Just because you're poison-free
Doesn't mean we're all meant to be
We're human beings, not demigods with right wing leanings
Give your people the respect they deserve
And give them a nation they'd be proud to serve

Mitt Romney, he's a fucking moron
Mitt Romney, he's a fucking mormon


released October 14, 2012
Vocals - Alastair Turl
Keys/Programming - Alastair Turl
Everything else... - Alastair Turl

Produced and Mixed by Alastair Turl
Mastered by Lorenz Vauck, XARC Mastering



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Industrial rock. Sounds like NIN, Ministry, Godflesh, Killing Joke. Brutal, angry, somehow catchy.

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