God Bless This Mess

  • "God Bless This Mess" is a saying that appears on wall hangings and knickknacks in some American homes. The phrase implies resignation that the constant clutter is a way of life, and Sheryl Crow relates it to the Iraq War. She sings about how the war is a disaster, and soldiers are coming home wounded mentally and physically.
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