Bradley Murphey

Bradley Murphey

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Folk - General | Burnsville, Minnesota, United States
Total Song Plays: 36   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Plays:

3

Song Description

It's a twisted little song that is NOT about terrorists, in the style of Leon Redbone.

Lyrics

I was feelin' like I needed a change when I took my clothes to the laundermat. Taped there on the front door was a flyer that I hadn't read (it said) come for the politics, stay for the coffee, if you believe our philosophy we're the Upper Midwest Terrorist Society and Sewing Bee.

There's Kate she's over on the sofa reading Whole Earth Catalog. Margaret's on her laptop writing updates to her blog. She's organizing a demonstration at a private university for the Upper Midwest Terrorist Society and Sewing Bee.

Jane reads books by Abbie Hoffman. She says that he gives her hope. Her garden shed is filled with paint and fertilizer and naphtha soap (she reads) sci-fi and philosophy, got her degree in chemistry for the Upper Midwest Terrorist Society and Sewing Bee.

Barbara is the only one who'll talk to republicans (she's a) mother of three and a minister's wife and a GLBT certified lesbian. She body-slammed three cops last week at a rally for Terrorosts for World Peace (she's a) founding member of the UMTSand SB.

We're the Upper Midwest Terrorist Society and Sewing Bee we're the friendly neighbors down the street who lead the way to anarchy. The FBI says officially that we're not on their radar screen we're the Upper Midwest Terrorist Society and Sewing Bee

Song Length
2:40
Genres
Folk - Rural, Blues - Rural
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Jovial

Subject Matter
General

Language
English
Era
1920 - 1929

Lyric Credits Bradley Murphey
Music Credits Bradley Murphey
Producer Credits Bradley Murphey and Paul Ferrise
Publisher Credits Bradley Murphey
Performance Credits Murphey's Midnight Rounders