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The running of Save Our Schools

By johnboy 21 August 2006 1

A big thanks to Callum, claiming to be the author of the “Save our Schools” anthem.

I’ll reproduce his post here, the bold is the points I think particularly noteworthy:

Woah, just stumbled upon this site now – interesting. Thanks everyone for your feedback, I am currently seventeen years old, in year twelve at DC and am the songwriter/performer of the song in question. To the haters, the song was written in about an hour because my music teacher told me to make a protest song, i recorded it at home that night. I am happy with the production and musical quality of it, and am heavilly influenced by the alternative pop genre. The lyrics, as you may have guessed; are indeed a piss-take – they’re meant to be dumb! If you listen to the other songs on my bands myspace you’ll notice all of the lyrics are piss-takes. So enough of your anti-lyric put downs, shit there’s worse lyrics out there. I am a supporter of the ‘Save Our School’ move, but not a diehard protester – I only go to the f*cking things because they ask me to play at them and hey… nothing’s wrong with abit of exposure, right? Don’t base the strength of our arguement on these lyrics alone, infact – don’t base our arguement on this at all! The words are meant to be dumb and to me the song is just abit of fun. If you can’t see past that, you’re a terribly bitter and jealous individual.

To people who like my stuff? Cheers!

So there we go.

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Mr Evil 12:13 pm 21 Aug 06

Okay, I’ve changed my mind now after reading Callum’s post.

Please close “DC” down as soon as possible: it’s a hotbed for morons!

P.S: It’s “a bit” not “abit”!

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