The Mighty Peons began as a simple church choir on the site of the current Metrodome Stadium in Minneapolis.
They have, for many years, wailed at the stadium wall and played for pennies. Racked by taxes, twisted by toils and prey to government con artists, they are, by now, little more than ground down piles of fine powder. But the powder is kept dry and fit to burst in song!
Previous hits include Pay, Pay Pay and Drinkin’ & Gamblin’ (Make Our State Shine). The tale of the Po’ Lad is a long one. Some find it sufficient to begin at the 3rd verse. The closing chorus is a hymn of its own.
© Paul Moberg, GAGME Productions
GAGME is Grassroots Against Government-Mandated Entertainment. How to join: Place yourself before the Star-Tribune stadium propaganda section. Gently position two fingers at the back of your throat. Now roll your eyes and bend slightly at the waist Congratulations! You are a member in good standing.