Neil Young sounded yesterday on President Donald trump (July 6) in one of his signature scathing letter after trump used his music to one of his rallies. But young was another proposal revolves.
Last weekend, young expressed his contempt for the commander-in-chief on Twitter, when he played classics, “as Rockin’ in the free world” and “like a hurricane” during the Independence Day celebration at mount Rushmore in the South Dakota Black Hills, a sacred area to the Lakota Sioux, where the indigenous people came to protest against the President event.
In his latest letter to the President published on his Website Neil young archives74-year-old rocker wrote: “Although I have repeatedly asked you not to use my music because that means I support your agenda, you’ve always played my songs are still on your party, with respect to my rights, even called me names on Twitter”, referring to the 3 July events in South Dakota.
But when young outlined their next steps, he said bluntly that he would not take legal action on the matter.
“Because you are in charge Covid 19 the Answer is here in the US, I’m not taking you to court, (as, of course, it is my right) that will distract from the important work of protecting and saving American lives,” said a former member of CSNY said while sending his wishes the leader of the nation to protect and uniting Americans during a pandemic.
As for his proposal to the playlist for the next meeting trump, young insisted that playing a new version of their 2006 track, “looking for leader” within Last young and his wife Daryl Hannah “episode porch” on its web site. Canadian singer and songwriter, who officially became an American citizen in early 2020, was originally written by a political motive, when former President Barack Obama announced his first presidential campaign ahead of the 2008 elections against then-President George W. Bush.
This time, as in the elections of 2020 is approaching, young calls for a democratic presidential candidate and former us Vice-President Joe Biden to enter the office urging listeners to vote outside the trump suit. “Yes, we had Barack Obama and we need him now/ the man who stood behind him to take his place once/ America the leader of building walls around our house/ don’t know black lives matter and we should vote against it,” the young humming to himself during the performance of an acoustic guitar.
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