Heart – remember them?

You have to be kidding the band Heart sent an email request to John McCain and Sarah Palin. They want the RNC and Sarah Palin to stop playing their song. Do you remember the band Heart they were from the 70’s they had a few hit songs most famous Crazy On You, Magic Man and the song they no longer want the Republican Vice president to use Barracuda. These two tired ass old hags should be happy 36 million people even heard their song in 2008. When was the last time that many people heard the song? How about this why they do not donate all the iTunes sales they will receive this week. What is more laughable is the statement they released that said, ”Sarah Palin’s views and values in NO WAY represent us as American women”. This is even more of a joke, but she is correct because neither Ann nor Nancy Wilson both over 50 years old have done anything in their lives that has mattered. There only claim to any kind of notoriety, is the fact they were in a girl duo rock band in a dominated male market. As they tried to break into the hard rock genre, which was a boys only club at the time. We can see why these two old washed up musicians could think they are nothing like her. What is it that can make someone who has had a minor amount of success preach as if they should be listened to? We know Heart is a successful band and we know they sold many records, we also know that the last song they had on the charts was 1995 and it reached #105. The last studio album before capitol dropped them from their label was in 1993 and it only got as high as number 48. Their career is totally from yesterday, the sell an amazing amount of downloads every year when American Idol buys the song rights for a contestant to sing. It is just sad the way things turn out you wonder would they have the same reaction if Hillary Clinton used the song?


YOU COULD SELL YOUR BODY ON THE STREET
TO ANYONE WHOM YOU MIGHT MEET
WHO’D LOVE TO TRY AND GET INSIDE
AND BUST YOUR INNOCENCE OPEN WIDE
Locomotive / W. Axl Rose (1991)

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