If you haven't yet seen the video that Dave calls The Second-Best Anti-war Song Video of All Time, you owe it to yourself to check out the one and only YouTube video that asks the questions What right do they have to keep our oil under their ground? and Is oil thicker than blood? and that also includes a guitar firing squad as well as The Charge of the Light String Brigade, which is a scene where 14 Daves charge out of a trench and run across a field, each with guitar in hand. Other wonders of this video include a moving military vehicle with an American flag that turns into the Exxon/Mobil logo, and a scene where Dave stands next to a poster on a wall that changes from Bush and Cheney, each as Uncle Sam wanting you to go to Iraq, to Obama as Uncle Sam wanting you to go to Afghanistan, to Romney as Uncle Sam wanting you to go to Iran. The final verse includes some stills of memorials honoring soldiers who lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan, with some taken in the Crawford area of Texas during the time Dave visited Camp Casey there in August of 2005, some taken at an anti-war rally in D.C. the following month, and some taken in Manhattan. You can watch this video by clicking here or by clicking on the video image above.
Here are a few stills from the video, to give you a taste of what you've missed if you haven't seen it yet.
(Saturday, 4/30/2016) Song of the Wood (Lyric Video) This Who Said What track ambles along a hopeful and scenic romantic pathway, and you can watch that video by clicking here or by clicking on the video image above.
(Saturday, 10/26/2015) Under the Table (Lyric Video) This song from Who Said What shines a light on the greedy back room antics that the Wall St. gang uses to pick pockets on Main St., and you can watch that video by clicking here or by clicking on the video image above.
(Tuesday, 7/22/2014) Round Robin Lyric Video This Who Said What cut takes a playful poke at the sly game colonial-era politicians devised as a way to avoid taking responsibility for their actions, and you can watch that video by clicking here or by clicking on the video image above.