Label: Atlantic - 7 81880-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock •
Written by Pink with her collaborator/producer Billy Mann, this song is an open letter to the President of the United States at the time, George W. Bush. In the song, Pink asks questions covering many controversial issues, including war, homosexuality, the homeless, abortion, and drug abuse. It was released as a single in Europe, Australia and Canada, but was never released as a single in the US .
· “Dear Mr. President” was a track on Pink’s fourth album entitled “I’m Not Dead Yet,” with the record label LaFace. The song, released at the end of , features the Indigo Girls, and was written and produced by Pink and Billy Mann. The only instrument used in the song is the guitar, played by Emily Sailers of the Indigo Girls.
· The song is about a letter, a letter telling the president George W Bush to wake up to him self and reconsider what he is doing. The song is also asking him a few simple questions about what he is going to one part "what kind of father might hate his own daughter if she is gay and what kind of father would take his own daughters rights away".
The band was initially called Dear Mr. President, who released their s/t album in The White House didn’t like it, bought the rights to the band name and their album vanished off the shelves. They re-grouped, changed their name to Flesh + Blood and reissued their s/t original album with a slight tougher sound remix and slashed 2 songs.
by Album. » Uh, dear Mr. President Whats happenin'? I'm writin' you because, shit is still real fucked up in my neighborhood Pretty much the same way, right Dear Mr. President The world has gone astray Brothers are dying They won't live to see today Was it all worth it You had to lie to get your way. The Pilgrim's Address. Fish.
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