Don’t Let ‘Em Take Your Gun

Via Dave Workman:


Ohhh, people why don’t you come
in here and let me talk to you
a while.
That’s right, step right up and
listen to a concerned citizen speak
his piece.

I’ll tell you a little something
that my daddy told to me.
My basic fundamentals if you want to be free.
‘Cause son, there’s something wrong internally.
So, if you want your freedom son.
Don’t want your country to be overrun.
You got to keep America number one.

My daddy told me “Son, don’t
let ’em take your gun.
That’s what they tryin’ to do.
Son, don’t let ’em take your gun.
They’re takin’ your Bill of Rights away from you.”
My daddy said “Son, don’t
let ’em take your gun.
That’s what they tryin’ to do.
Son, don’t let ’em take your gun.
Don’t let ’em take your gun away from you.”

Ohhh, this year is our anniversary.
Two hundred years, people we’ve been free.
Won’t be nobody takin’ over our land.
If everybody’s brother’s got a gun in his hand.
I’m tellin’ you we learned to fight for justice.
We’re willing to die for freedom.
Hand in hand.
You got to understand.
We are American men.

Said they want your gun.
Said they want your gun.
Send ’em on the run.
Send ’em on the run.
Hip-hurray for fun.
Hip-hurray for fun.
If they do we’re done.
If they do we’re done.



3 thoughts on “Don’t Let ‘Em Take Your Gun

  1. In 50 years, Liberals will have guard androids with guns, while denying guns to the androids of law-abiding folk. It will be interesting to look back, and see how the justifications changed to support the age-old desire for control and subjugation.

    When the technology finally exists to really have smart guns, anti-gunnies will ban them.

    When the technology exists to really stamp every bullet with the ID of the shooter, Liberals will have reasons to exempt criminals and the Important People.

  2. Hmm…a popular band that WASN’T essentially Marxist. That alone makes it a great tune. The real Hammond organ helps a lot too– one of the coolest inventions in music in the 20th century. Ever stood live and in person before a Hammond connected to a Leslie rotating speaker with vacuum tube amp? If not you’re missing something. Hammond himself was kinda pissed that his beautiful church organ was embraced by the rock and R&B music crowd (which accounted for most of the sales) but Man, they did some great stuff with it. Groovy, Baby.

    There was a time when some of the hipsters actually sorta believed in freedom.

    • Then again, it may have been a sarcastic piece. I don’t know, but with entertainers you need more information.

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