That Day In Bowling Green

by Nick & Gabe

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The original recording of the folk song "That Day In Bowling Green" written by Dave Stinton and recorded by Nick and Gabe. All proceeds from purchase of this song will go to the Bowling Green Massacre Fund (ACLU).


Was a dark day back in oh-one-one
Like none I’d ever seen
Oh why didn’t I have just one more gun
That day in Bowling Green

I gazed across those lollipop fields
To the unicorn machine
When I saw the lie my enemy wields
'Gainst our lovely Bowling Green

I saw Obama raise his fist
Like a damn mujahideen
And a team of libtards, limp in wrist,
Attacked my Bowling Green

And the scientists sneered and the networks lied
And I saw a gay Marine
And untold white Americans died
On the soil of Bowling Green

Oh why didn’t we shut down that hall
Where the liberals convene?
Oh why didn’t we deport them all
From our sacred Bowling Green?

Bad hombres come from foreign lands
Just to kick us in the spleen
We need a hero, large in hands,
To save our Bowling Green

Once girls were girls and men were men
There was nothing in between
Please make America great again,
Starting with my Bowling Green


released February 5, 2017
Lyrics by Dave Stinton
Folk Singer Impression by Gabriel Gundacker
Guitar and Vocals by Nick Jester

Produced by Nick Jester and Gabriel Gundacker



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