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Copyright 2009 music and lyrics by Camille Bright-Smith

We all have our passions

I like to play with guns

I really like to shoot them

Shootin’ guns is fun

I like shootin’ at turtle doves

I like shootin’ at big game

I like shootin’ at bottles

You better watch when I take aim

Gun Gun Gun, Gonna get my gun

Gonna get get get my gun

Gun Gun Gun, Gonna get get my gun

I’m gonna get get, Gonna get get my gun

We all have our obsessions

Now I’m obsessed with you

You are not helping you whacked out gun nut

You make us look like fools

Your semi auto appearance

AK on your back

The Presidents in the building

And your outside packin’ heat

Talkin’ smack

CHORUS

You better pick up some booze and ammo

At the cut rate liquor drive thru

I really dig your opinions Rambo

Everyone’s out to get you

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2 Comments

  1. bh
    Posted August 30, 2009 at 7:16 pm | Permalink

    Hi Camille, you said you’ve gotten several different interpretations on this, and that surprises me. Your song seems pretty straight forward. Personally I think the Second Amendment was designed for a time period in which there was no standing army and people had a strong mistrust of standing armies.

    Wikipedia has a section stating:
    The prefatory clause of the Second Amendment is a shortened version of language found in the 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights. That part of the Declaration was largely the work of George Mason. Similar language appears in many Revolutionary Era state constitutions. This Declaration states:
    That a well-regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the proper, natural, and safe defense of a free state; that standing armies, in time of peace, should be avoided as dangerous to liberty; and that in all cases the military should be under strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power.

    As we do have a standing army and these clowns, er… I mean buffoons, aren’t in a well regulated militia it’s my conclusion that the Second Amendment is simply a historical artifact and does not guarantee an individual’s right to arm bears. Now if someone want to argue from something other than the Second Amendment, I’m all ears…

    Love,
    Brian…

    p.s. give ’em hell Camille!!

    • Camille Bright-Smith
      Posted August 31, 2009 at 8:56 am | Permalink

      Thank you so much for this thoughtful comment. And thank you especially for being open to discussion. I have strong opinions, but I really think we are at a point where we must try to understand each other if we can.