The New World
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Album: More Fun In The New World (1983)
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  • "honest to goodness the bars weren't open this morning they must have been voting for a new president of something do you have a quarter?" I said yes because I did honest to goodness the tears have been falling all over the countrys face it was better before before they voted for what's his name this is suppose to be the new world flint ford auto mobil alabama windshield wiper buffalo new york gary indiana don't forget the motor city baltimore and d.c. now all we need is don't forget the motor city this was suppose to be the new world all we need is money just give us what you can spare twenty or thirty pounds of potatoes or twenty of thirty beers a turkey on thanks giving like alms for the poor all we need are the necessities and more it was better before they voted for what his name this is suppose to be the new world don't forget the motor city this was suppose to be the new world




    Writer/s: IRA KOSLOFF, TOM PRAY, VANCE PACKARD
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • E from MichiganI love how they used the "what's his name" line rather than naming a specific president (Reagan at the time). It gives the song a timeless quality that makes it as relevant now as it was back then.
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