Musical comedian Ray Stevens has been chronicling American life for decades with cheeky hits like “The Streak” and “Ahab the Arab.”
But he might never have hit so many hot buttons over the years as he did with “Come to the USA” a 3-minute, 19-second tour de force of humor that hits home hard in the summer of Obama’s immigration crisis.
Stevens cut the song in 2010 to little fanfare (though even hipster libs who should know better in places like Arizona got into a snit), but it’s getting more attention now. It might never be more timely with lyrics like:
Come to the USA.
It will be your lucky day
‘Cause when you get in there’s lots of goodies waitin’
Like health care, welfare, free education,
Help with your voter registration
And drivers license and credit cards
And license plates for your old car.
It will make you smile even through the rage.
H/T: Weasel Zippers
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