John Palmes

 

We Don't Sing No Kumbaya No More

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 John Palmes on at least two guitars and vocal with Albert Mc Donnell on bass.

This  is the original version... it say's "if we took half as much as we spend on football, we could feed all the hungry children on this earth." Now I change it into a question "could we feed all the hungry children on this earth?"......

Lyrics

 

Kumbaya my Lord, kumbaya, we don’t sing no Kumbaya no more.

We don’t all join hands and sway back and forth.

We don’t sing no kumbaya no more

 

We don’t sing no we shall overcome

We’re gonna leave the overcomin’ to somebody else

We’ve worked hard all our lives, now it’s time to enjoy ourselves,

time to take time out for number one. We don’t sing no we shall overcome.

 

We don’t sing no Michael Row the Boat Ashore

that “hallelujah” part makes us so uncomfortable.

And if Michael tried to row the boat ashore today,

someone with an Ouzi would blow that fool away.

We don’t sing no Michael Row the Boat Ashore.

And we don’t sing no Kumbaya no more.

 

How many shares must a corporation sell before they pay dividends?

We don’t sing no Blowin in the Wind.

And if we took half as much as we spend on football

could we feed all the hungry children on this earth?

Well, don’t you worry, it wont happen soon because, we know what money is worth.

 

We don’t sing no We Shall Overcome.

We Don’t sing no Blowin’ in the Wind.

We Don’t Sing No Michael Row The Boat Ashore,

and we don’t sing no Kumbaya no more.

 

Kumbaya my Lord kumbaya, we don’t sing no Kumbaya no more.

We don’t all join hands and sway back and forth.

We don’t have strange dreams about putting an end to war

We don’t sing songs about smilin’ on our sisters and our brothers

Living together and loving one another.

We don’t sing no kumbaya no more!