Thursday, February 25, 2010

Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration 

I thought this was quite creative, and the lyrics and video make the song very epic.


By Blogger rcw, at Thu Feb 25, 01:53:00 PM:

like the song -- but the video was kind of...wacky. That image of Ben Franklin rockin' out with wild Halloween hair does not enhance my patriotism. But I was lol, which is always welcom  

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By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu Feb 25, 06:14:00 PM:

I can rally around this!

Great find, TH Teenager. Thanks.  

By Blogger John Cunningham, at Thu Feb 25, 07:01:00 PM:

the song was great, very moving. the vid was interesting, Ben Franklin rocking out was a hoot, I thought. I will spread this video around widely.  

By Blogger JPMcT, at Thu Feb 25, 07:18:00 PM:

Pretty cool. Our band covers that song, but the Timberlane version...not the Patriots in fright wigs. Still...a good find!  

By Blogger Roy Lofquist, at Thu Feb 25, 09:37:00 PM:

Liked it.

This is another put together by a 15 year old in a couple of hours for one of the early tea parties.


By Anonymous Boludo Tejano, at Sat Feb 27, 12:35:00 AM:

Good addition. It helps us connect to our past. Recall what Faulkner said:"The past is never dead. It's not even past."

I hadn't realized that Thomas Jefferson actually played the violin.(I checked Wiki)  

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