I'll Sue Ya

Album: Straight Outta Lynwood (2006)
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Songfacts®:

  • Done in the style of Rage Against The Machine, this song is a parody of the many frivolous lawsuits filed in America. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Andrew - Wilmington, NC

Comments: 3

  • Alan from Fraser, Mitomas his guitar says "ARM THE LAWYERS" not homeless.
  • Tomas from Prague, Czech RepublicThe RATM look-alike is just perfect, the guitarist has even the "ARM THE HOMELESS" on his guitar
  • Jason from Seattle, WaThis is a quite humorous song to see Al break into live. Complete with the RATM look...
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