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Loud On TV

Artist: Blackburn
Artist's Description
Cynical song about over-sharing on TV and media channels today.

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Genre(s): Pop, General Folk, General Rap, General Pop
Mood(s): Bright, Cool, Epic, Hard, Lively
Style(s): Ballad, Motivational, Political, Story
Language(s): English
Extended License:$200.00

Loud On TV

By Blackburn
Thick as two short planks,
And wider than a tank.
So dead behind the eyes,
Don’t hide your thunder thighs.

The vacuous uneducated gimps,
Keep acting like our pimps.
But do nothing with their days,
Marketers can get them paid.

Nothing to say when they,
Don’t have their damn lines.
But always sold out anyway,
Just a sign of our times.

Children can starve to death.
Whose parents don’t have time to dream.
But people will queue for hour,
To hear about a new woman’s skincream.

Please tell us all about your wealth,
Tell us more about yourself.
All about your aggravation,
Talk about your constipation.

All loud on important TV,
Apparently we need to know thee.
Out there clear and loud.
Shakespeare would be proud.

It’s not an accusation,
But maybe try less masturbation.
Such a depressing sign of the times.
Even AI could write you better lines.


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