Thursday, February 10, 2005

"The Medlo's Sonic Pictures" Song Descriptions: Forgotten Heroes

Have you ever listened to a song that had a certain meaning to you only to find out from a Dj on the radio that it meant something totally different from what you thought? I have! That's why I'm writing out some Song Descriptions here just in case you don't understand my words that I'm singing on this album "The Medlo's Sonic Pictures" found on medlosongs.com. Forgotten Heroes is about just that "Forgotten Heroes". While most of us go along with our lives every day in freedom, we take for granted the sacrafice of the people in our military that have fought for freedom in our country and abroad. It seems to me that the wounded get the shaft most of the time, not only mentally but physically to. It's been this way through out history anywhere in the world, the wounded always pay the biggest sacrafice, even more so than the people who have paid the ultimate price of death. All the proceeds from this song will go towards the wounded veterans in our military. I would also like to note that there are people in our Country who view the US as the Big Bad Wolf and the "New Roman Empire" which needs to Fall Again so we can all become hard core Socialists that rely on one Big Group of Elites to Support Us. Sorry, that's not why the European Tribes traveled the seas to get here. How about the"White Man" taking over the Indians land and now we need to pay reporations. Well what about all the Indian tribes that wiped out other Rival Indian tribes and took there land and killed there women and children and had slaves! Should they have to pay reporations too? Or how about the Italian Americans and German Americans who were put into internment camps during WW2, should they get reporations? The Japanese Americans did! We might as well hand over the whole country to the African Americans, right! The point I'm trying to say here is that we're all Americans and what truly makes our country great is that we have a little bit of every Nationality and Culture in the World here. True Independance is Relying on Yourself for your Happiness and not Someone Else or a Group of People to tell you what to do. Our strength is that we have the Freedom to Disagree! Try going to Saudi Arabia and be a woman and speak your mind! Sorry your DEAD! How about Iran, see how far you make it wearing your favorite bikini to the Beach! Sorry your DEAD! We have it soo good here. We need Wack-Job Liberals and Wack-Job Conservatives that's what keeps Us Inline! You know, Us Normal People! We need to Question Authority its our right. Try to do that in North Korea! Sorry your DEAD! We all need to be Americans and Appreciate all our Different Cultures that has made this Great Country, and most of all, Remember our Forgotten Heroes. Go to http://medlosongs.com or http://cdbaby.com/cd/medlos and take a listen!

3 Comments:

Anonymous Sylvia said...

You rang 3 my bells...

1. Our Heroes:
My hero, Thomas J Spann Jr.
Army: Special Forces.
1947-2002
***Song of the Green Beret****...

Did 2 tours in Viet-Nam. Drafted at 18 years old and re-enlisted at 20 to keep his younger brother from going. Said that his brother would not have survived two weeks in the jungle.


He was suprised and flashed his great smile when I actually told him one day that he was my hero.
---all the time, I thought he knew.

What a man...Gone to Soon.

Here is a great site rememberence of fallen heroes of operations Iraqi Freedom. Family members can get an original photo customed designed on a wooden plaque. Absolutely awesome.

http://groups.msn.com/PortraitFreedom/welcomepage.msnw

Ring Ding Dong #2.

Why did the Japanese get reporations?? Who's idea was that?


Ring Ding Dong #3

When all is said and done, we know that it's the diversity of the people in America which makes it so unique. --gotta love it!

PEACE

1:20 AM  
Anonymous Sylvia said...

Ah, I didn't tell ya, but, that incredible protrait is free!

http://groups.msn.com/PortraitFreedom/welcomepage.msnw

1:27 AM  
Anonymous Sylvia said...

re: Native Americans:
It's one thing for a people to battle among themselves; than it is for another group to commpletely annihilate them.

1:34 AM  

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