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In the name of peace (Game plan) part 1&2


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This is my George W. Bush-"tribute". Could not resist to use bits and pieces from some of his many intelligent (!) speaches.
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The words are used without the permission from neither GWB or The White House Press Secretary. But who cares...
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Uploaded: Apr 27, 2006 - 04:06:49 PM
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2006 - 10:07:32 AM Last Played: Apr 12, 2019 - 01:54:25 PM
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Fender Telecaster. m-Audio Keystation. Zoom G7.1ut
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said 4807 days ago (April 28th, 2006)
Yes,
bring the guitars and bass right up in the mix and shut that stuttering
fuckwit up a bit, but don't forget to emphasize the stuttering gimp we all
know he is. Then, somehow, make sure it gets widespread international
radio play.
DL 9's
kennybender said 4796 days ago (May 9th, 2006)
Thanx...
thanx for input. Kinda agree on turning George F*!"" Bush down a bit, and let the
instruments speak louder. I am not shure on taking this one to a national
broadcastineg station, tho. The result might be that the guy in question declares
war on my beloved homecountry....

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