A big fat hit, by a big fat zillionaire dullard who didn't get the NY Dolls in 1973 (or years later apparently) and who writes a left-leaning piece of milquetoast socially "conscious" BS in 1989 - 6 months AFTER Reagan left the White House (what balls Don!) and that here in this video puts Trump in the place of Reagan - and has tinkling piano so you know it's "deep".
But ignore the video somebody else just did that, and ignore your politics and ignore Trump too - and just listen to the f'n horror of this actual song - 30+ years later AND it still sux beyond belief - you can't see the original video anyway since Don wants every penny from his "Art". Every line is a grotesque Hallmark sentiment inverted "this tired old man that we elected King" - what you'd have voted for Mondale instead a$$hat? If so, say it and stop talking in weary faux-poetic code.
.........it's a good thing you can't actually see the original video because you'd see one of the greatest lies of modern pop music:
"lay your head back on the ground, let your hair fall around you, offer up your best defense but this is the end of the innocence" - maybe I'm nuts, but that is a line about a rape......ok, that's fine ..... this song is going to get complex right - "a rape" ........ but actually it doesn't and Don compromises that line anyway in HIS OWN video too - where it's shown as just being about going to get your hair cut (riiiiiight) to go into the Army which also makes no sense at all from the first sentence.
Way to not compromise your "Art" there Don......one of my least favorite songs ever, one of the most cynical songs ever. Not a mere bad song by a great artist but a very bad song by a very bad artist - Satan himself - ..........since "daddy had to lie"
Post by mikediastavrone96 on Apr 7, 2020 1:33:00 GMT
So back in the day riding around in my mom's car, she always had three CDs ready to go. The greatest hits of Depeche Mode (love them) and Tear for Fears (love them). But that third album, and her go-to for all of Summer 2000 was motherfucking Human Clay by Creed.