Michael Bloomer

Michael Bloomer

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Northeastern CT, Connecticut, United States
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Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

A poppy sounding anthem about the lies of politics and the effects of a free market economy on middle America with a memorable hook

Lyrics

Comrade in Arms

Georgie trading guns for drugs back in ?84
Said it was military aid from El Salvadore
We were busy waiting for the trickle down
And all the markets were freedom bound
We were Comrades in Arms, Comrades in Arms

Now twenty years have gone and so has our downtown
There?s a Wal-Mart by the airport and I hear the sucking sound
Of money going home was it ever ours anyway
Just do what their TVs tell you, and believe it when they say
That we?re Comrades in Arms, Comrades in Arms

For heroin in Afghanistan and oil in Iraq
The sons of the robber barons are keeping us on track
They wanna keep on fighting, Well I just came to dance
Cause the only truth that?s left is in my heart and in my hands
Comrades in Arms, Comrades in Arms

Copyright 1983, 2004 Michael Bloomer

Song Length
4:21
Genres
Rock - New Wave, Rock - Alternative
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Infuriated

Subject Matter
Capitalism, Civil Rights


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