Uncle Sam Loves U

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Introduction by Dennis Flemion


i writ it and jah lyrics is:<br&>

Lyrics


it's time to meet your maker<br&> uncle sam loves you<br&> uncle sam loves you<br&>

i will set you free<br&> i will set you free<br&>

it's time to meet your maker<br&> uncle sam loves you<br&> uncle sam loves you<br&>

i have set you free<br&> i have set you free<br&>

so love me, love me now<br&>

Notes


first off- is uncle sam yer maker? second off- does he love you?<br&> third off- did he/she/it really & truly set you free? should you there"four" love him- NOW? i give up u tell me. reader's choice. now onto the meaning of the song at hand/foot. u.s. = creator, preserver, destroyer. hmm i may have something here.<br&> up to heaven's pearly gates/whites and whom do we meet? why uncle sammy (davis of junior) of course- what a treat. hey that rhymed. free at first/last, flee at first/last thank god the f**k almighty we can flee at lisp/last. obvi-ref to doctor king (not mal) and his speech/word.<br&> when i writted this one up w/the lines "i have set you free" i meant in the good old honest abe days. you on the other foot/hand can make of it what you will/won't. we are all slaves in one sense or another until we are set free- TRUE freedom being debatable/datable. this tongue in cheek parable of mine w/a needy god at the end of the day saying "love me -now" -- hardly a realistic view of a Deity but who am i rain on your parade/slave trade. it goes without saying that the u.s. of a. is indeed one needy/greedy god w/a once hot bod t' boot- until apparently something went down w/the indians starting around 1492 and now they too have a gripe with good ol' uncle (you know who) samuel. how dare they!<br&>

this one i did all by my lonesome- all bits- keyboards, vocals etc.- courtesy d.f.<br&>

The chord progression for the verses is : D Major / A minor / E minor / D Major / F Major / D Major. The chord progression for the bridge is : G Major (A in bass) / A Major. The chord progression for the second bridge is : G Major (A in bass) / A Major / G Major (A in bass) / A Major / G Major (A in bass) / G b Major / E Major / D Major / D minor.<br&>

uncle sam- he loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, he loves me not--- he loves me!<br&>