#1
A song, not a poem.

They pray to Jesus, Mary too
And if you let them, they'll pray for you
By Xipe Toltec's flayin' skin
Federale, let them in
To Norte America
Norte America
Wait a minute mister
Wait a minute mister
Wait a minute mister
Minuteman

All their heroes, heaven sent
Send them money to pay their rent
Every nickel, every dime
Send them back if they don't toe the line
In Norte America
Norte America
Wait a minute mister
Wait a minute mister
Wait a minute mister
Minuteman

Into the melting pot
A little rain must fall
You all looked so happy
When they tore down the Berlin wall
Last edited by Nilchii at Nov 20, 2009,
#2
Maybe it's just me, but I found this pretty hard to follow. Maybe it was just over my head or something though. Also, it seems rather short but I'm sure you already know that. I wish I could be more helpful! I'm sorry, but I just didn't really understand what you were saying
#3
Thanks for the data. It might be easier to follow with the music. Check the link in the OP, if you like.
#4
There are just some words that don't sound right sung. "Xipe Toltec's" is one of them. You can do it, yes, but it's uncomfortable to read and uncomfortable to hear and also I don't know who that is Nice of you to grace us though.
#5
Thanks, Kyle. Xipe Toltec was (arguably) one name for the head Aztec god, in his aspect of self-sacrifice and redemption, analogous to Jesus, Osiris, Adonis, Dammusz, and faintly related to Loki and Prometheus.

peace