Friday, October 31, 2008

Old School Fridays: Fight Song For My Candidate

For this week's Old School Friday theme, we are getting political... just a little. We were asked to select a fight song for the Prez candidate of our choice. I'm a supporter of Barack Obama and my selection this week is by John Lennon & the Plastic Ono Band, 1971's Power To the People.

This meme was developed by Marvalus View and Ms. Grapevine. The rules are simple:

1. Anyone can participate; any music genre
2. Old School is defined as music created before 1999
3. No offensive words allowed, please use edited radio version
4. Post a video of your favorite Old School song to take us back down memory lane
5. Add your name to the meme list so that others can check you out
6. Have fun & don't forget to leave comments for other participants

If you want to join in on the fun, click here.

As a side note, please be respectful of other OSFers (no matter who they are supporting) and their selections…continue to have fun.


Vivrant Thang said...

That's right! And the people have spoken. Betta not be no mess!

Happy OSF!

JohnH985 said...

That's a really good choice.

Revvy Rev said...

Prophetic! Nice choice. Happy OSF.

Pop Art Diva! said...

I loved the Power to the People and think it's perfect for this post!

I think I'm going to get a lot of backlash this week because I got all Halloween and a-political and instead of posting Fight song posted FRIGHT songs for our candidates

Regina said...

Great choice! I have never heard this song before!

Hey Shae! said...

Nice choice. I felt like chanting this as I cast my vote today. :-)

MsMarvalus said...

I'm digging it...I think I may have to add this to my mp3 player!

MrsGrapevine said...

We were thinking a like, I chose the Beatles, between them and John there are too many fight or change the world songs.

Believer 1964 said...

The Beatles were certainly talented. As a bonus, most of their hits had a message.

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