Posted by Miranda January 25, 2012

Ron English just released images of his latest Hulk style sculpture to go alongside the release of his song "America's Back". Check out the link below to listen to the song and read the lyrics.

You can listen to the song here

 

 

Here are the lyrics:

Wall Street still runs on greed

The North still wants the South to secede

Justice swings from the Judas tree

Hope is still what the country needs

 

Turn the page, fade to black

Look out world, America’s back

 

Attack Iran, attack Iraq

Now we can’t put the toothpaste back

Back back back back

Who’s got your back?

 

The world got smaller, the world got flatter

The rich got richer, the poor got fatter

What does it prove, what does it matter

When the whole world’s mad as a hatter

 

Mind over matter, matter of fact

Mad as a hatter, to be exact

She’s back back back back back

America’s back

 

Godspeed, Apostle’s creed

Half-breed, hayseed

Weak-kneed devotee

Hope is what this country needs

 

Oceans divide, opposites attract

It’s time we got our country back

Back back back back back

America’s back

 

Under achieve, over react

Believe the lies, ignore the facts

It’s time to take the future back

It’s time to read the riot act

Let’s get our country back on track

 

Look out world

America’s back

 

 

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