Thursday, January 22, 2009

Nobody Living Can Ever Stop Me

Pete Seeger, Bruce Springsteen and Tao Rodriguez led a rousing version of Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land" on Sunday. It has some lyrics you might not have heard before. Truthout (actually Tommy Stevenson of the Tuscaloosa News) has the skinny. (And watch quickly; HBO is pulling clips of the concert from YouTube; Mark Evanier seems to think this one is safe, but why risk it?)


1 comment:

Greg! said...

Stupid damn tech week falling during the inauguration events, distracting and all.

I finally got around to watching that clip of Pete, and had myself a damn good cry doing so.

Eight years in the dark, it can be hard not to forget what the sun looks like. Then the clouds part for a moment and it shines clear and it's so bright, so very bright. So wonderfully, blessedly, unconquerably bright.