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- "We're Number 37" - Here is a song celebrating our ranking in the WHO's list of world health systems for all the obstructionist hecklers to sing as they continue down the road to total irrelevance by Paul Hipp.

- Find information about your favorite band or artist from Band Biographies

- Hear Paul Hipp's latest song: Free Money In The USA about the lovely folks at AIG.

- Check out the very strong antiwar song called "Death Machine" by Sting's son Joe's band Fiction Plane. This song was also performed on the Jimmy Kimmel Show and you can watch the video.

- New CD called "The Year of Defeat" by Grunky Funk - a satirical album addressing the politics of the post 2004 presidential election. Incensed by the knee-jerk support of most country acts toward the Bush administration and its war in Iraq, Grunky Funk provides a voice for the country music artist and fan not beholden to extreme religious fundamentalism, homophobia, and unjustified war.

- Hear the entire Neil Young CD "Living With War" with the controversial song "Let's Impeach the President" streamed at Justice for Music.

- Download the anti-Bush song called "BloodslUSH" by the Hoorn, Netherlands rock trio Mama Loo.

- Download the song "Bush Sux"

- The Decider - listen to this very funny clever song on Huffingtonpost.com by Paul Hipp

- Sub-Iraqian Homesick Blues - new song, music video, and lyrics by Paul Hipp on Huffingtonpost.com

- Listen to Mess with Texas - by Modern Earl, a country song that attacks the political influence of Texans

- BIG GAY GOP FEAR FACTOR FEVER - another clever song by Paul Hipp [3.7MB]

- Visit Sea Lion Records for free mp3 downloads of anti-Bush/anti-war music featured on their CD called: "Election Day USA"

- Find a big collection of anti-Bush rap remixes on The Bots

- Check out this funny uTube music video by The Freedom Toast

- View the music video called Dub Ya! by the band is Great American Taxi

- View and listen to the George W Bush music video - Dubya - "Dubya". The lyrics are inspired by quotes from George W Bush or from his actions during the time that he was President. By Anthony Pell at www.apellmusic.com.

- Election Day 2008 music video by Anonmusic

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Our songs are now arranged in alphabetical order by song title on two pages. We urge our viewers to support these talented artists as they will continue to work hard to oppose everything Bush stands for.

Songs A-M / Songs N-Z

43
(9.85 MB)

"43" is a very interesting folk/rock style anti-Bush song written and performed by Harris Bierhoff

More on Harris Bierhoff: A 28-year-old Philadelphia native, Harris has been composing and performing music for over 20 years. Armed with an acoustic guitar, harmonica, and modest voice, Harris plays between the lines of rock and folk scattered with traces of other influences. Musically, he descends from the genres of classic rock, folk, grunge, classical, jazz, Spanish rock, and traditional Jewish music. His lyrics tend to favor such themes as dissecting institutions of government and religion, love, hatred, hope, and loss. You can purchase his CD released in 2000 called, For None to Claim. You can also download more of his recordings for free. And you can track his performances online.

51st State
(5.2 MB, running time: 5:45)

This pop/rock song with a nice rhythmic feel is by singer song/songwriter Joe Messanella of Long Lost Home Productions, an American living in the Netherlands. The song features terrific anti-war, anti-Bush lyrics that accurately sum up the Bush Administration's lies and incompetence.

More on Joe Messanella and Long Lost Home Productions: Please visit his web site to find more information about his music and other songs he has listed for download. While you are at his web site he would appreciate your signing the guestbook and letting him know what you think of his music.

All For One
(2.2 MB, running time: 2:23)

Another terrific anti-war protest song by Common Thread. Excellent lyrics and musicianship!

More on Common Thread: Common Thread is a musical revelation that has evolved from the rural hillsides of Western Pa. Originating members Matt Horne and Ken Hatfield are cousins that have grown up together in a musical family which accounts for their tight playing abilities. Additional members Aaron Lemley (percussion) and Sean Coyne (bass) provide a driving force to the music unmatched by other Acoustic acts. Common Thread contains a raw energy and excitability reflected within their lyrical and melodic content.

A Man for No Season
(3.6 MB, running time: 3:52)

A terrific anti-Bush pop song by singer/songwriter Eric Anders. This song was chosen by Howard Stern as one of his favorite new political songs and played on his show recently.

More on Eric Anders: Performing Songwriter Magazine describes singer-songwriter Eric Anders' music as "touching on the trance-like ecstasy of David Gray and the deadly seriousness of Nick Drake.... Anders is as engaging a singer and musician as he is writer." You can find more information on Eric Anders and his music by visiting his web site and his blog. We have the lyrics to A Man for No Season posted on our site.

Eric Anders CDs: A Man for No Season is on Eric's 3-song EP: Songs for Wayward Days [2004]. You can read his commentary on all three lyrics. Eric has also released two full CDs: Not at One [2003] and More Regrets [2004]. All of his releases can be purchased at CD Baby.

American Dream
(6.7 MB, running time: 7:13)

This is a very well-written pop protest song describing the all-too-familiar condition of many Americans living paycheck to paycheck performed by singer/songwriter, Patrick Malanga.

Lyrics: You can find the lyrics to this song on our website.

American Two Step
(3.50 MB, running time: 3:49)

American Two Step is a globalization promo crossing William Shatner spoken song with the Everly Brothers from peacesong.com that was part of a trilogy of songs released for the run-up to the March 18-20 anti-war demonstrations. Nice guitar playing, vocals and poignant lyrics in this folk song.

More on Peacesong.com: In 2003, PeaceSong released The War Trilogy. The Trilogy is about the damage of the 'War on Terror' to civil liberties, the people of Iraq, and the minds of our soldiers. Today, it remains a top-rated internet site for peace song (#2, Google, 'peace song'). The MP3's of Baghdad Road, Sudden Sound and Enemy Me have been freely downloaded by thousands around the world.

PeaceSong has performed for United for Peace and Justice, WESPAC, the Theatre Against War Freedom Follies and the Social Justice Ministry of the Riverside Church. Peacesong has also presented peace and justice concerts at The Knitting Factory, the Nuyorican Poets Café and The Colony Arts Center (Woodstock, N.Y.). In 2004, The War Trilogy was aired during WBAI's live coverage of the Clearwater Festival.

The performance includes song, sketch and related commentary, including the amusing saga of promoting a top-rated site for peace songs. Topics span a range of peace and justice issues, including healthcare, globalization, homelessness, AIDS, gun control and the environment.

Mark Foley's recordings have aired on public radio nationwide. He has also performed on VH-1(MTV Networks). You can find other songs to download on their web site, including the ones from this trilogy.

Are You a Citizen or Are You a Slave?
(4.7 MB, running time: 4:59)

 This is another terrific hard-hitting folk song [in addition to one called: The Nightmare of New Orleans] by singer/songwriter, Vic Sadot (pronounced Sa-doc) with lyrics that challenge people to stand up to bad media and corrupt government to bring about change before it's too late.

More on Vic Sadot: Sadot's lyrics aptly paint the picture of a nation under attack from the real enemy ensconced in government. His songs are an attempt to persuade Bush supporters to wake up and turn against him. Vic Sadot has a new CD called: Broadsides & Retrospectives with anti-Bush/protest music. His music is a brand of brash, hard-hitting folk songs similar to Bob Dylan of the 60's. For Vic Sadot music and sales, please visit: zydecoplanet.com.

Bad President
(1.5 MB, running time: 1:28)

This is a very nice folk song, by protest singer/ songwriter Yikes McGee.

More on Yikes McGee: Yikes is dedicated to fighting right-wing propaganda, and giving Bush the boot. Yikes has written several other excellent anti-Bush songs that you can also download in mp3 format from his web site. You can also find the lyrics posted there.

Barack Theme
(2.0 MB, running time: 1:19)

Check out this terrific song with great uplifting lyrics for Barack done to the music of "Shaft" by Brett Eidman. Also please viisit his website.

Basic Cable Blues
(4.2 MB, running time: 4:32)

This is a very good anti-Bush folk/pop song that reflects a keen sense of cultural awareness by South Florida-based singer/songwriter, Walter Mann.

More on Walter Mann: Born in Boston and raised in Miami, Mann has been writing music and gigging since childhood. After long engagements with several Miami bands, most recently Rolling Green and Soma, Mann has decided to focus on his own sound-visions. His music is eclectic...rock, country, singer-songwriter, indie...it's all those things. Lyric-based and satirical at times. Sometimes political and blunt, and heartfelt too. Both traditional and contemporary. And always honest. You can visit his web page for more information and to listen to other songs.

Bin Laden
(4.6 MB, running time: 3:21)

This is a very harsh rap by the group Immortal Technique, produced by DJ Green Lantern and featuring Mos Def, that blames Bush for 9/11. This is an exclusive cut. Please note that this rap contains lyrics that might not be suitable for everyone.

More on Immortal Technique: You can find more information at Viper Records and on the Immortal Technique web site. Checkout their Bin Laden Remix that is out now and has Chuck D & KRS1 on the hook.

Bonehead
(2.84 MB, running time 3:06 min.)

A terrific anti-Bush pop/rock tune by Jerell Lambert ASCAP, performed by his group, One Black Lung from Austin, TX.

Boneyard Parade
(5.6 MB)

This is an anti-war protest song by the group, This Side of Sanity, who are dedicated to defeating Bush.

More about This Side of Sanity: To find more information on this group, get the lyrics to this song with chord progressions, and find other free mp3 downloads, please visit their website. As a nice surprise, you will also find 11 ways to defeat Bush in 2004 listed there.

Burn That Bush
(7.38 MB)

This is a very good rock song with a reggae feel by the band, Wet City Rockers, written a few months before the election to try and sway the vote.

More about Wet City Rockers: From the gray and wet city of Seattle, The Wet City Rockers bring a new flavor of Reggae music without compromising the original techniques that where used in the late 60’s and 70’s. Using tube amps and analog tape to record, the Wet City Rockers will entrance and satisfy your deepest desirers for Reggae music. The main members are Dan (“The Mantis”) on the drums, Bill (The Billionaire) on guitar, P. Whitaker on Bass, and Micah (“Cojack”) on vocals. They also have other songs available for free download. You may also want to visit their web site.

Bush Baby
(6.5 MB, running time: 4:47)

This hard driving anti-Bush rock song is by Jay Matthews from Brighton, England. The lyrics spare no words when it comes to portraying Bush as a dangerous world leader. This song was written in August '05.

More on Jay Matthews: You can find more information, hear more of Jay Matthews music and get the lyrics to this song and his others by visiting his web site. On Bush Baby vocal, guitar and bass: Jay Matthews, Drums: Gareth Gents.

Bushman
(3.63 MB, running time: 2:35)

This is an interesting "Tragga track" / rock anti-Bush protest song from the Netherlands by Illegal Sound (featuring General D and Long Man) and DJ Snowcrash.

More information on Illegal Sound: Please visit their website to find more information and other tracks being released.

Bush's Folly
(3.4 MB, running time 3:43)

Good anti-war, anti-Bush protest folk song written and performed by various musicians on guitar, harmonica, and piano.

Bushwhacked
(5.9 MB, running time: 3:34)

 Bushwhacked is a combination of actual Bush speeches with a terrific "White boy" anti-Bush rap/rant overlayed onto music consisting of bass and drum parts and re-keyed and re-timed sampled guitar intros to fit it all together by MC Schexter. You will appreciate the excellent lyrics that fight back against Bush supporters with the truth.

More on MC Schexter: You can find more music and information on his website.

Bushwhacked
(4.3 MB, running time: 4:38)

This is a anti-Bush rock tune written and performed by Anthony Congiano, who also played all of the instruments on this song.

More on Anthony Congiano: You can find the lyrics to this song, download a higher res. mp3 of Bushwhacked, and find more information about Anthony's music and artistic abilities by visiting Anthony's website.

Bye Bye Bush
(2 MB, running time: 2:10)

This is a very good anti-Bush folk style song by singer/songwriter/guitarist, Ken Swiatek, who writes songs out of necessity. "Bye-bye Bush" was written with the hopes of becoming the theme song for the Kerry campaign. The lyrics were updated to call for the impeachment of Bush. This song is an excellent take of the popular standard, "Bye Bye Blackbird".

Code Red
(5.2 MB, running time: 5:26)

A terrific anti-war protest song by John-Michael Sun. The lyrics and melody are haunting. Get more information about his CD also called Code Red which contains more great protest songs.

Conspiracy of Silence
(3.3 MB, running time: 3:30)

An anti-war protest song from singer/songwriter John Kasper. Anthony Krizan of the legendary "Spin Doctors" produced this great song from the New-Jersey-based John Kasper Band.

More on this song: This song is part of the terrific compilation CD called Election Day USA from Sea Lion Records. Please visit Sea Lion Records to hear the other great songs chosen for this CD and to order this CD. We also have the lyrics to this song avialable on our website.

Contract 2010 (Neut (sic) Is Back)
(3.2 MB, running time: 3:46)

Contract was written 15 years ago by singer/songwriter Ken Swiatek and was sent to us because it is as relevant now [2010 midterm elections] as it was when he first wrote it.

Coup d'etat
(3.04 MB, running time: 2:50)

This is another cool folk song, by protest singer/songwriter Yikes McGee. In this song Yikes ridicules our election machinery and the people who allowed Bush to steal another election.

More on Yikes McGee: Yikes is dedicated to fighting right-wing propaganda, and giving Bush the boot. Yikes has written several other excellent anti-Bush songs that you can also download in mp3 format from his web site. You can also find the lyrics posted there.

Cowboy (Ode to Dubya)
(2.5 MB, running time: 2:43)

This is a well done folk style song from San Diego-based singer / songwriter, Peggy Watson. This song brilliantly skewers Bush as a simpleton, liar, and phony. We think you will enjoy it!

More on Peggy Watson: Please visit her website. Peggy currently has several CDs out and a new CD coming out soon. You can find the lyrics to Cowboy on our website.

Cronies Wanted
(3 MB, running time: 3:22)

Cronies Wanted is an exceptionally written folk-blues song by part time singer/songwriter, guitarist, "Wally" who lives in Lousiana. This anti-Bush song perfectly articulates what's wrong with our government when it rewards its incompetent cronies. You will enjoy not only the lyrics but also Wally's fine guitar work.

Crude Oil Man
(3.9 MB, running time: 4:13)

Crude Oil Man is an anti-Bush folk song by the group called 'Twice as Dusty' from a special collection of their songs called, "The Decider."

More on Twice as Dusty: 'Twice as Dusty' is a "group" of 2 guys, Bill Shanahan and Rick Kirk, who began playing blues & rock in the late 60's. Now they have families and businesses to occupy most of their time, but they get together on weekends to write and record music one track at a time in Bill's digital home studio. 'The Decider' is a project comprised of 9
songs inspired by the G.W.Bush administration. Please visit their website where you can find more songs from this collection for free download or to play. Our website also features another of their songs: Frathouse Window that you can download.

Dancing with Armageddon
(7 MB, running time: 2:56)

This is an anti-Bush anti-Iraq war rock/pop song by Brendon McCloud and Dream Time Records. We really enjoyed the creativity expressed in the music on ths one. This song is receiving a lot of online interest.

More information on Brendon McCloud: Brendan McCloud is a singer/songwriter who hails from Whidbey Island, Washington. You can find the lyrics to "Dancing with Armageddon", more information on Brendon and his music, and you can download other music by Brendon McCloud on his web site.

Of his music Brendan says: "My music is eclectic, ranging from Celtic ballads and fiddle tunes to the musical country Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger and Lynyrd Skynyrd live in. Celtic Folks like Enya, Loreena McKennitt, Altan and others have been strong influences on the Celtic side.

I originally wrote this song during the first Gulf War. Imagine my shock when the song suddenly and tragically became relevant again. I re-recorded it but my wife would not let me release the song as a free download back in 2003 due to the political climate in the country. It was a sad but true commentary that George Bush had made freedom of speech such a dangerous proposition that it made my wife afraid. Finally last year when the climate had started to change a bit I put it on my site as a free download. It has had numerous downloads and I hope has helped to galvanize opposition to the war and to George Bush."

Don't Follow the Jerk
(3.6 MB, running time: 3:55)

This is a nice melodic ballad by musician/singer/songwriter, Andre S. from Germany.
You can also hear this song stream in Lo-fi or Hi-fi.

From Andre S.: "I am a 36 years old professional musician/singer and song writer. I wrote the music, lyrics, played all instruments, sang and recorded this song on my own. G. Bush is very dangerous to my world, so I decided to do something to stop him. I would like to hear what you think about this song so, please share your thoughts with me."

Don't Think Twice
(3.2 MB)

This is a new anti-war folk song, by singer/songwriter John Kasper and the John Kasper Band featuring Anthony Krizan from the Spin Doctors on guitar. This song is now featured on Neil Young's Top Ten list called: Songs of the Times.

More on the John Kasper Band: Please visit their web site to find more information and other anti-war songs to download and the lyrics to these songs.

Down With the King
(4.4 MB, running time: 3:12)

Down With The King as an Indie Rock Regime Change Anthem. You will like the musicianship and anti-Bush lyrics on this song by the band Chiefly.

More on Chiefly: For more information about this band, please visit their web site.

Earnest Soldier
(5.9 MB, running time: 4:58)

This is an anti-war ballad written and performed by a father and son duo called: The Kirks.

More information: Please visit The Kirks' web site for more songs and more information.

Fighting the War of Error
(2.4 MB, running time: 2:39)

You will really enjoy and appreciate this terrific folk/pop song with excellent lyrics by singer/songwriter JD Ross.

More information: J D Ross just starting writing songs in 2007 and put together some them on a CD called "Waitin For The Tide To Change". His music is influenced a lot by the music of the 60's, especially the "message music", so a lot of the lyrics he writes deals with having a conscientious of society, nature and ones' self. Some of his other songs can be found on his myspace page.

Frathouse Window
(2.2 MB, running time: 2:23)

Frathouse Window is a funny anti-Bush rock song mimicking with new lyrics the familiar Beatles' song by the group called 'Twice as Dusty' from a special collection of their songs called, "The Decider."

More on Twice as Dusty: 'Twice as Dusty' is a "group" of 2 guys, Bill Shanahan and Rick Kirk, who began playing blues & rock in the late 60's. Now they have families and businesses to occupy most of their time, but they get together on weekends to write and record music one track at a time in Bill's digital home studio. 'The Decider' is a project comprised of 9
songs inspired by the G.W.Bush administration. Please visit their website where you can find more songs from this collection for free download or to play. Our website also features another of their songs: Crude Oil Man that you can download.

Game Over
(4.2 MB, running time: 4:24)

Game Over is another musical creation by SoulPrawn that combines Bush's voice with hip electronic music set to a great beat to make an anti-Bush statement. If you like Game Over, you will also like Terror that can be found on this list.

More on SoulPrawn: Raised in France by British parents, SoulPrawn's extensive travels throughout the planet and the fact that he spent the past 15 years in Africa and the Middle-East with regular visits to the United States, gave him the ability to observe political developments in different parts of the world from a priviliged local perspective. SoulPrawn, an amateur musician, has only very recently started working on composing songs, animated by a keen interest in music (rock, trip-hop, electronica) and the political conscience which his observations generated. His very first compositions are a series of criticisms of Bush's corrupt regime and it's impact on America and the world, in which Bush's voice is used to sing anti-Bush messages. Please visit his new website for more information and to hear more of his music.

Georgie Boy
(2.2 MB, running time: 2:27)

This is a well-crafted rock song that ridicules Bush by the garageband, Dunderhead.

More on Dunderhead: Dunderhead released Songs of Dunder in 1995, which got some good reviews and made it onto WPKN's Radio Nothing's playlists #932 and #936. Radio Nothing is as cool as it gets. Dunderhead's music gets stuck in your head and makes you think, which is not for everyone. It's a thinking man's anti-pop which is completely safe for kids. Very few people have noticed that Songs of Dunder begins and ends in the key of 'D', just like the name "Dunderhead". As far as we are aware, this is the first time this has ever been done. Not even Rolling Stone magazine picked up on it. For more information you can visit their web page on Garageband.com.

(George Bush Ain't No) Poor Man's Friend
(3.7 MB, running time: 3:59)

This is a terrific anti-Bush rock song with music and lyrics by Mike Meltzer and TMOP Music. This song features: Guitars, vocals-Mike Meltzer, Guitars-Duane Jarvis, Bass-Sheldon Gomberg, and Drums-Michael Barsimanto. The lyrics of this song point out why Bush isn't a friend to most people/groups. We think you will really enjoy this song and we highly recommend it. If only the Dems had made their case as well as these lyrics, Kerry would have been elected President in 2004.

More on Mike Meltzer and his band: You can find more information on Mike Meltzer and his band, including the lyrics to this song on the TMOP Music website.

Georgie Porgie
(3.4 MB, running time: 3:37)

Singer/Songwriter, Linda Finkle, wrote the lyrics and sings this fine anti-war protest song. Please visit her website to hear more of her music and look for her new song coming out soon on corporate greed.

You can also find the lyrics to Georgie Porgie on our website.

Girly-Man Rag
(1.8 MB, running time 1:59)

This is a very clever folk song that pokes fun at Geoge Bush's macho image by singer / songwriter / publisher Steve Zimmerman.

More on Steve Zimmerman: Steve performs in NYC area with his group: StevieZ and the Malcontents. Steve is also one of the founders of Booklinks Publishing Services. Please visit his website, Shock and Awe Records, where you can find several other anti-Bush songs listed for free download.

Give Me Liberty
(4.45 MB, running time: 4.45 min.)

Spartacus Jones' protest pop tune. Great lyrics, musicianship, and vocals.

More information: You can find Spartacus Jones' CD with this song and three more great tunes on his website.

George of the City
(3.7 MB, running time: 3:52 min.)

This very good rock/pop/electronic song is by a French band called: "Square Syndrome." This song is loosely based around the popular cartoon song "George of the Jungle" and ridicules Bush as someone that "crashes into a tree" and "someone so stupid he doesn't realize he is so stupid that he sends young people to war." So the "discourse" used in the song is deliberately full of violent war-like bravado in the same pretentious and immature way this band and our site views Bush and his actions in Iraq. The song was recorded shortly after the attacks on 9/11.

More information on Square Syndrome: This band consists of five members who have been together since 1997. They've made about 50 songs and have played 100 concerts. The band consistes of a drummer, a guitarist/singer, a bass-player, a second guitarist, and a keyboard-computer player. They play a lot of music styles: pop, rock, jazz, metal, reggae, techno, and punk. You can find more information about Square Syndrome and their music on their web site in French. You can also hear four more of their songs online. You can contact: golgoth1000 [at] yahoo.fr to purchase their CDs.

More on "George of the Jungle" from the band: "It's true that this song could be seen as a pro-Bush song but these people would have to be real imbeciles. Between two sensible ears, it detracts even more from Bush's credibility in that when an attack [9/11] of this breadth happens, where one treats people the way a child treats an anthill, the representative of the victims (Bush) can't find anything else to say but 'are you fucking kidding me?' or 'this is America, we kick ass,' which is troubling after such an act.....George Bush is far from being a Rambo, but rather the equivalent of those immature enlightened found in plenty of fields who unfortunately form part of the sphere of the powerful and influential. One could say they are playing the game "RISK" with the world, without realizing that this has an impact on real human life: you, me. Beyond the desire for a culture shock between us, this is more a vision of our culture over another, which like everyone and everything, needs, at some point or other, an opinion from outside in order to expand one's ideas, and notice things one would never have noticed on one's own. In closing, one has to know that this discussion is practically impossible to find these days. In any case, I don't remember that the French have had any right to this poetic and humanist lecture. Is there some way to communicate to people close to Bush, who will have understood that the Europeans could have been shocked?

Good Ol' Jesus
(4.7 MB, running time: 4.58 min.)

This song is a "Thom Paine/Woody Guthrie" look at the religious right and the current administration by New York City singer/songwriter, Kevin Kane, from his latest CD. It's a song that sums it all up in a hauntingly wistful way, using theological insights, a self-evident reverence for life, and plenty of righteous indignation. What any decent person must feel in the face of the many things being said and done by the right wing, in the name of Good Ol' Jesus. Give this one a listen!

More information on Kevin Kane: Please visit Kevin Kane's web site Kanesongs.com for more information on his music and CDs.

Greasy, Oily Freedom
(4.5 MB, running time 4:52)

This is a blues/rock style protest song written by John McKay and preformed by the John McKay Band

About Greasy, Oily Freedom: I wrote Greasy, Oily Freedom last year when I was entering the poorist time in my life and Bush thought it was a good idea to go across the world and spend billions of dollars killing people so that's where the first line comes from: I sleep on the floor and watch the t.v. war and wonder what it's for - Iraqi freedom?

About the John McKay Band: The John McKay Band is an extremely talented group of musicians playing my songs (which I'd like to think are very good, aware creative tunes) We're opening for Leftover Salmon in a few weeks. Two of the guys have been touring with Dan Bern. The main reason we aren't well know is finances. Most people don't realize that to get a band to the masses you need lots of money. Maybe if I was on George's side and sent him a positive song promoting his side (won't ever happen) than I could get financing through his big fat rich cronies. I'd rather be unknown than look like shit through the eyes of the world. You can purchase a CD of their music by visiting their website.

Great Big Lies
(3.8 MB, running time: 4.11 min.)

This is a really terrific anti-war, anti-Bush rock anthem by the Long Beach, CA group, Dumb Presidents. We loved it and think you will too!

More on Dumb Presidents: The band is located in Long Beach, CA and features members: Ian Kognito & Hunter Cover. You can find more information on this band by visiting the garageband website.

Hey, Rich King Midas
(8.5 MB, running time: 3:43)

This is a rocking punk/folk banjo song which poetically adapts the legend of King Midas to modern corporate greed by singer/songwriter Jack Chernos & the Real Department of Justice.

More on Jack Chernos: Chernos has written a number of songs of historical significance, including: The Union Grand, theme song of the Million Worker March on Washington, DC; The Silence of Good People, which has been performed at the large anti-Iraq-war rallies and was inducted into the National Civil Rights Museum; and Sold Down the River, the anti-WTO song played in continuous-loop from the Steelworkers' billboard truck in Seattle. Please visit Jack Chernos & the Real Department of Justice web site for more information on his music. We have the lyrics to Hey, Rich King Midas posted on our web site.

Hey There America, Where You Goin'?
(3.4 MB, running time: 3:41)

"Hey There America" takes a look the country's current critical situation.
It was written and produced by Pete Travis with help the Second Story Garage Band, a group of elder folks meeting on occasional Tuesdays for the joy of creating homemade music. This is an exceptional and well done ballad we know you will enjoy.

More on Pete Travis: Pete is a retired telecom executive living in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He has been writing music since the late 1950's. Over the years a few of his tunes have been published, but he reports the royalty checks to be more suitable for framing than cashing. A Viet Nam era Navy veteran, Pete has been opposed to the war since before
its beginning. He feels that there is not enough music jarring the apathy
of the American people to the war's terrible realities. Thus he's decided
to give it a go himself.

Holdin' Out
(5.2 MB, running time: 3:50)

This is a terrific rock song beaming some optimism by the San Francisco-based group, Strangegirl. It features great lyrics, music and vocals. We think you will really like this one!

More on Strangegirl: Strangegirl reveals a pop base with hard rock and a little folk thrown into the mix. You can find this song and others on their website for download. You can also find more information about this group including photos and Bios. Our website also has the lyrics to Holdin' Out.

Home on the Range
(2.7 MB, running time: 2:54)

Home on the Range is a very funny and clever remake of the original song by a terrific group of musicians from Atlanta, GA called The Freedom Toast. This song is from their new CD called: Sing Along with the Republicans. Don't be misled by the CD title. Their CD ridicules the far right, the GOP, and Bush by remaking popular music in their own clever style and with their own clever lyrics.

More on The Freedom Toast: These talented musicians have a web site where you can find more information about them and their CDs. The other CD is called: Sing Along with the Democrats. You can purchase either CD from their web site and/or listen to sample clips.

Houston Texas Dee Cee
(9.7 MB)

An excellent satirical anti-Bush folk song by songwriter Scott Morrison of Scotty and the Skeptics

About Scott Morrison: I've been writing for over 25 years--love ballads, rockers, country twangers, and the satirical and hopefully humorous commentaries that appear at Scotty and the Skeptics site. All the songs on the site are in my satirical/political mode, which seems to be my special niche, and were recorded as song demoes (simple arrangements, a few missed notes) to pitch to artists, producers, labels, etc.

I am the publisher of a line of well-known music education posters that are like roadmaps to harmony for guitar, keyboard, saxophone and other instruments. We produced our first product, The Guitar Poster, in 1980, and it has become a classic. They are available in thousands of musical instrument stores as well as directly from us at the site.

You can find the lyrics to Houston Texas Dee Cee posted on our website.

How Low and Why
(3.7 MB, running time 4:00)

Another really fine rock song by singer-songwriter Eric Anders. This song mourns the low points of US history: the slaughter of native Americans, slavery, and Vietnam. It is one of three songs from his EP Songs for Wayward Days. Also check out Eric's "Looking Forward to Your Fall" and "So Wrong" that are listed on our Music pages.

More on Eric Anders: Performing Songwriter Magazine describes singer-songwriter Eric Anders' music as "touching on the trance-like ecstasy of David Gray and the deadly seriousness of Nick Drake.... Anders is as engaging a singer and musician as he is writer." You can find more information on Eric Anders and his music by visiting his web site and his blog. We have the lyrics to How Low and Why posted on our site.

Eric Anders CDs: How Low and Why is on Eric's 3-song EP: Songs for Wayward Days [2004]. You can read his commentary on all three lyrics. Eric has also released three full CDs: Not at One [2003], More Regrets [2004] and Tethered to the Ground [2006] that also features an improved slowed-down version of How Low and Why. All of his releases can be purchased at CD Baby including Tethered to the Ground.

I Don't Like Bush
(4.3 MB, running time 2:32)

This is the latest whacky song from comedian Brett Eidman (as Head Bob). This lively big band arranged/swing style song takes lots of good potshots at Bush.

More on Head Bob: Head Bob has appeared on TV, Film/theater, radio and as a stand-up comedian at Dangerfields, in NYC. His CD called "I Don't Like Bush" also includes four other funny songs. You can order this CD from Faux Pot Records. You can also find more information on Head Bob or schedule interviews, appearances, or bookings.

If You Laff
(4.3 MB, running time: 4:40)

This is a pop/rock song performed by the band, Hypoxia Beach. We also have the lyrics posted to this tune.

About this song: During the summer of 2002, David Morley, the songwriter, was touring Europe. It seemed clear to him at that point in time that Bush was committed to launching a war against Iraq. "It upset me a great deal and I penned the tune 'If You Laff'. I recorded it over the course of a year with like-minded musicians and released it under my independent band Hypoxia Beach about a month ago to ZeD. The lyrics are as relevant today as they were in the March to war during 2003."

About the band Hypoxia Beach: Hypoxia Beach creates idea driven music. They have two full length CD's to their credit, Society and Close Cover Before Striking. You can learn more about Hypoxia Beach and their music, including other downloads, by visiting their website.

In the Name of God
(4.9 MB, running time 5:16)

This song blew us away when we first heard it! From Berlin, Germany singer/songwriters, Brooks [an American] and Stockhausen perform this anti-war protest song that features great electronic music with sound effects, a haunting melody and terrific lyrics.

More information on Bobby Brooks: You can find more information about Bobby Brooks and the lyrics to this song on his website.

It's a Shame
(1.2 MB, running time: 2:48)

This really good folk song by singer/songwriter, Sam Neff.

More on Sam Neff: Please visit Sam's website where you can find the lyrics to this song.

Jets
(2.8 MB, running time: 4:56)

This is a terrific dark pop/rock anti-war song by Mick Star which combines actual Bush speeches with the music and song lyrics in an interesting and poignant way.

Just Got Back (from Iraq and Nam)
(3.3 MB, running time: 3:31)

This is a terrific anti-war/protest pop/rock song by singer/songwriter and Austin, TX musician, Larry Piltz. It has been well-received in the Austin, TX area and has been sampled on Air America Radio.

More on this song: Just Got Back was recorded in December 2004 in Austin, Texas at Bismeaux Studios, a great place owned by Asleep at the Wheel, a grammy-winning Austin swing band led by Ray Benson. Local musicians, some of Austin's most experienced and creative, helped me finalize the arrangement. When I raise a band to promote this song and others, I plan to name it "Oily Bubba & the Party Thieves". This song began writing itself in 1984, the last time the Republicans were actively threatening to turn the good ol' USA into the Fascist States of America and blow up the world in the process (or is it the other way around?).

I was watching my very young son and his friends playing, against the background context of Reagan's wars against the poor of Central America, and wondered if they'd be called upon to do their imperial duty someday, when the lyrics and tune began flowing. I dusted off Just Got Back and updated it for the latest wars of aggression and their chorus of atrocities. Peace on and out.

Keep on Barackin' Me
(3.8 MB, running time: 4:12)

If you're looking for a really terrific Pro-Obama song that rocks with great lyrics and music, then download this excellent song by the group AlteRockers. "Keep on Barackin' Me" is a remake of Steve Miller's "Keep on Rockin' Me Baby". It's part of their Obamarama Sessions. Please also visit their website to find more music by Alte Rockers.

More on AlteRockers: The AlteRockers (a play on a Yiddish term for oldster) started in 2002 to perform rock 'n' roll satires on Purim, a Jewish holiday in which parody is abundant. Lori Lippitz, a former cantorial soloist at the Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation in Evanston, Illinois, founded the band, which is composed of business and academic professionals who are passionate about playing rock 'n' roll.

With apologies to the original artists, the AlteRockers perform satires on various comprehensive categories, such as religion, politics and food. The ARs write topical satires and conclude every show with the Beatles classic, "Hey Jews," a call to social action and tikkun olam (repairing the world). Other notable titles include "(I Get By with) a Little Help From the Choir," "Saturday Night's All Right for Lighting," "Gimme Some Leaven" and "Hit Me With Your Bird Shot" (dedicated to Vice President Cheney). In 2008, the band released its first CD comprising two election-inspired numbers: "That's All Right, Obama" and "Keep on Barackin' Me." These singles are also available on the band's website, www.alterockers.com.

Killing for the Oil Companies (The Pledge of Obedience)
(4.4 MB, running time: 4:49)

This is another clever and humorous anti-war song by the Oakland, CA band: The Sons of Emperor Norton with terrific lyrics and musicianship!

More on The Sons of Emperor Norton: This band just released an anthology CD of humorous, progressively-minded political music that combines their vintage-country/Americana songs with the rock/jazz styled tunes of some other bands. This song is one of 23 songs on their CD called: "The Putrid Minds Anthology: Battle Hymns for the Blue States." You can find more information about this band on their web site and you can find more information on their CD at CDBaby.We really think you will appreciate this group as their lyrics are great and so is their musicianship!

King George Blues
(1.4 MB, running time 2:59 min.)

By One Ring Zero with lyrics by Paul Auster © 2004. Want the lyrics to this song?

Kool-Aid Man
(3.7 MB, running time: 3:56)

Kool-Aid Man is a very clever soulful anti-Bush song performed by Eskit who accompanies himself on piano from his mini-CD called: Stop the War. This song compares the Bushevik modus operendi with respect to its followers to that of Jim Jones who drove his flock into killing themselves by drinking Kool-Aid. Our site features two other songs for free download by Eskit: Liar Liar and Video Game Soldiers.

More on Eskit: Eskit has released a CD called: Impeach Me: Songs That Trash the Busheviks with 22 satirical, anti-Bush songs. He also has four other mini-CDs with predominantly anti-war/anti-Bush material like the song above. You can hear/download audio files of most of his music by visiting his website.

Latet Anguis In Herba
(A Snake Lies Hid in the Grass)
(6 MB, running time: approx 6:30)

Iron Rain performs this intelligent, well-written anti-Bush protest song, which is on their new CD called, Sardonic. Please visit their website to find other songs from Iron Rain for free download and more information on their CD. As a side-note: The vocals of Latet Anguis In Herba were actually done by 'Cee' the female vocalist of the band, using a voice processor. We also have the lyrics to Latet Anguis In Herba.

More on Iron Rain: Iron Rain defies being pigeon-holed into a musical corner and they are not just music but emanate a whole vision.

Some say they're the illegitimate children of Babes in Toyland and Black Sabbath. Now with that strange vision in your head, get ready for Cee, the Goddess of Guitar, and Beigh, the Baron of Bass - long time partners who have been making music together for over 10 years.

Together they create music that has something to say in an intelligent and sometimes sarcastic wit. They believe in what they stand for and that's what you hear in their sound. With strong songs of high impact, you can't help being dragged away by their music. Intertwining their musical creativeness and lyrical originality, many are surprised by their naughty playfulness that will take your breath away.

Let's Get Bush Off the Wagon
(7.8 MB)

This is a comical folk style anti-Bush song by Canadian artist, Shawn Sage with guitar and vocals.

More on Shawn Sage: Shawn is an Award-winning, inventive young singer/songwriter well versed in roots music traditions with a truly original, highly entertaining, and often irreverrent style. He has one album he's selling, ONE OF THE GOOD GUYS, and is working on a second release. Please visit Shawn's web site for more information on his music and projects.

Let's Try and Get it Right This Time
(2.4 MB, running time 2;42)

This is an extremely well done up tempo folk style song that challenges Bush to stop his lying and "get it right" written and performed by SPIDA at freepeacesongs.com. They are based in Northern Ireland. You will enjoy the lyrics, vocals and guitar work.

More information on Spida: Spida is a true troubador, who comes from the European folk circuit, a one-man, one-guitar outfit who is constantly gigging live. On stage Spida is a unique guitar and vocal experience and he develops a heartwarming relationship with his audiences. Spida is a prolific song-writer who is committed to spreading the word. And the word is "Let's Try To Get It Right This Time". For this reason Spida has launched a web page www.freepeacesongs.com to push out this new song for George W.Bush. Along with the Bush song there's a whole selection of free mp3 downloads of acoustic songs by Spida on life, love and the universe.

Let Us Bomb
(3.3 MB, running time 3:33)

You will enjoy this interesting rock/pop song by Jon Hartmann Music featuring Bush rapping in his own words to original music and a terrific rhythm section.

More on Jon Hartmann: This featured song is part of a new anti-Bush CD called George Bush Sings by Jon Hartmann and his band that contains 14 great songs all using Bush's own words rapping to original music. Please visit Jon Hartmann's web site to get more information on this CD or to purchase one for yourself. We also feature another song from this CD called "Money Trumps Peace" that has a Jamaican beat that you will also want to download.

Liar and a Thief
(5.5 MB)

Liar and a Thief is an anti-Bush pop song by Christopher Hetherington. Please visit his website to download other anti-Bush and anti-war music by him and to find information on a new CD he will release soon called: Without Consent.

Liar Liar
(1.3 MB, running time: 1:27)

Liar Liar is an unusual but very interesting anti-Bush song by Eskit from his CD called: Impeach Me: Songs That Trash the Busheviks. This song has an interesting and unique musical feel and quality with lyrics that enumerate the many lies of the Bush cabal. Our site features two other songs for free download by Eskit: Kool-Aid Man and Video Game Soldiers.

More on Eskit: Eskit has released the above CD with 22 satirical, anti-Bush songs and he also has four other mini-CDs with predominantly anti-war/anti-Bush material. You can hear/download audio files of most of his music by visiting his website.

Liberator
(8.1 MB)

Liberator is an anti-Bush, anti-war protest song by the band, World Shelter. Please visit their website to download other music by this group and to find information on their CD. You can also find the lyrics to Liberator on our website.

Looking Forward to Your Fall
(4.3 MB, running time: 4:42)

"Looking Forward to Your Fall" is a serious indictment of Bush by singer/songwriter Eric Anders, that hopefully predicts why Bush should fall. This is another exceptional song by Eric Anders. We are pleased to be able to offer this one to our viewers. Also check out Eric's "How Low and Why" and "So Wrong" that are listed on our Music pages.

More on Eric Anders: Performing Songwriter Magazine describes singer-songwriter Eric Anders' music as "touching on the trance-like ecstasy of David Gray and the deadly seriousness of Nick Drake.... Anders is as engaging a singer and musician as he is writer." You can find more information on Eric Anders and his music by visiting his web site and his blog.

Eric Anders CDs: This song is from Eric's most recent CD: Tethered to the Ground on Baggage Room Records [2006]. Eric has also released these full CDs: Not at One [2003] and More Regrets [2004]. All of his releases can be purchased at CD Baby including Tethered to the Ground.

McCaine
(2.1 MB, running time: 2:16)

McCaine (deliberately mis-spelled) is an anti-McCain "remake" of the folk song "Cocaine" by singer/songwriter Ken Swiatek. You can also find these other songs by Ken Swiatek on our website: Bye Bye Bush, The Grifter, and The Freedom Waltz

Middle Class Squeeze
(3.8 MB, running time: 4:05)

Middle Class Squeeze is another well-written folk-blues style song by part time singer/songwriter, guitarist, "Wally" who lives in Lousiana. This song articulates the plight of the middle class in America that is struggling to survive because of government policies that don't favor either the middle class or workers.

Money Trumps Peace
(3.7 MB, running time 4:02)

You will enjoy this interesting pop song with a Jamaican beat by Jon Hartmann Music featuring Bush rapping in his own words to original music and a terrific rhythm section.

More on Jon Hartmann: This featured song is part of a new anti-Bush CD called George Bush Sings by Jon Hartmann and his band that contains 14 great songs all using Bush's own words rapping to original music. Please visit Jon Hartmann's web site to get more information on this CD or to purchase one for yourself. We also feature another song from this CD called "Let Us Bomb".

Mr. President
(9 MB, running time 6:25)

Mr. President is a stong anti-war, anti-Bush rock/blues style song by Darryl Holman, who recorded the music and wrote the lyrics for this song.

More on Darryl Holman and this song: Darryl created this song using guitars and software during a a period in September when Kerry was slipping in the polls. It was out of frustration and a desire to try and do something that Mr. President was recorded. You can find more information on Darryl Holman, his music, what he used to record Mr. President, and lower res versions of this song for free download on his website. You can also find the lyrics to this song on our website.

My Fellow Americans
(4.2 MB, running time 3:04)

My Fellow Americans is an excellent anti-war protest rock song by musician, Brian Bettencourt. It deals with the tragedy and futility that is the Iraq war, and the fact that politicians continue to argue about the best way to "exit gracefully" but meanwhile, people continue dying - both American soldiers and Iraqi civilians. We really liked the message of this song and think you will too.

More on this song: You can find this song and its lyrics at trailerbuzz.com.

My Name is RX
(3.4 MB, running time 3:43)

This is a Bush remix by RX at: theparty.com. It's somewhat self-promoting but funny and well done!

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