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Alice Cooper Apple Bush Lyrics

Last updated: 10/19/2010 11:00:00 AM

October in a land that's in my back yard there's a people who succeed they don't try hard
Well they've found a way to live with ease eating from the bush instead of the tree
Apple bush apple tree back to eternity find you a path and you buy with a car
Apple bush apple tree back to eternity cut you a path with a chance you may fall
Move over in a corner standing there tell my house they have to see it again
But my house doesn't worry it's got a path of its own and a bush and a tree gotta leave it alone
Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh
Apple bush apple tree back to eternity find you a path and you buy with a car
Apple bush apple tree back to eternity cut you a path with a chance you may fall
Someday like my house you're going to chose too ooh if you cut this new path well the old one will do
If you live with the people who live with ease ooh the red apple bush the blue apple trees ooh




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Access Cards | Reviewer: WorkingMan1989 | 10/19/10

This song has such a great significance today, with all of these people running around, living off of access cards because they are too lazy to get a job. As a result, there are people like me who can't even apply for temporary relief because we have jobs, even if they only pay $8 an hour, ten hours a week. People who are disabled, but can't get enough compensation to take care of their own kids.

The ones who get the cards generally say they need them because the system is not designed for minorities, or oftentimes simply because they are minorities.

The "people who succeed and don't try hard" are the ones getting benefits they don't deserve, the "red and blue" represent the two groups: Minorities and majorities, respectively. The "backyard" is our neighbourhoods, and let's face it, it's easier to pick off of the bush than to reach up and eat from the tree.