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Dear Mr. President is a 1942 album by the Almanac Singers: Agnes Cunningham, Baldwin "Butch" Hawes, Woody Guthrie, Millard Lampell, Lee Hays and Pete Seeger. After the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor, in February 1942 the Almanacs went into the studio to record a set of songs supporting the American war effort. This was partly because with American entrance into World War II all American unions adopted a no-strike pledge.
HEY, Mr. President, stop by Project Row Houses tomorrow at 10:30 . We've got something to show you! Dear Mr. President. We're still waiting, Mr. We should make "PEACE" a priority for our Nation, too. In the area of gun control, yes, but also drones, rules of defense. What say you, the Public?
Dear Mr. President" is a song by Pink featuring the Indigo Girls, and was recorded for Pink’s fourth album, I'm Not Dead. The song is an open letter to the then-President of the United States, George W. Bush. The song criticizes several areas of Bush’s administration and terms in office, including the Iraq War, No Child Left Behind Act, opposition to gay marriage and the gay rights movement in general, perceived lack of empathy for poor and middle-class citizens, Bush’s strong religious beliefs, and Bush’s drinking and drug usage in college. Oh, and speaking of presidents, Pink’s musical letter to the Commander-in-Chief ( Dear Mr. President ) is just as topical. President - est une chanson de P!nk et des Indigo Girls. President may refer to: Dear Mr. President (album), 1942 Almanac Singers album. Dear Mr. President" (Fredwreck song), 2004 Fredwreck single. President" (Pink song), 2006 Pink single. President", 4 Non Blondes single from the 1992 album Bigger, Better, Faster, More!
CreditsFriends for Peace - Primary Artist
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