M.A.H.

Album: In a Poem Unlimited (2018)
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  • It's not Donald Trump but Barack Obama who is the subject of Meg Remy's ire on this song. She critiques the latter through the prism of a love affair gone sour. The Toronto-based American musician told Q magazine: "I thought writing about Obama instead of Trump was more effective. We don't need to talk Trump any more, we know he's a piece of s--t. I think being controversial in an informed way is a super-effective thing to do."
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