“Goin’ Up the Hamster” – theme song for Liberty Migration to New Hampshire

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DJ and I were sitting around tonight discussing the book “Weird Scenes Inside The Canyon”, and the topic of the song “San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear a Flower in Your Hair)” came up. The book said the song probably caused hundreds of thousands of people to move to San Francisco in the 60s.

We decided Free State Project needed its own song like that. We revamped the Canned Heat song “Goin’ Up the Country” into a fun little ditty.

We did have one line that didn’t make it into the song. The line was “If you got no place to stay, you can sleep on Ian Freeman’s floor.” But we cut that before recording it, we figured Ian wouldn’t dig it. lol.

CREDITS:
Singing: DJ Dean
Guitar, Bass, drums and whistling: Michael W. Dean

LYRICS:
I’m goin’ up the Hampster
Baby, don’t you wanna go?
I’m going up the Hampster
Baby, don’t you wanna go?
I’m goin’ to some place
Where freedom lives today

I’m goin’, I’m goin’
Where the Bitcoin spends like cash

I’m goin’
Where the Bitcoin spends like cash
We can start a mining pool
Stay flush all the time

I’m gonna leave this tyranny
Got to get away
I’m gonna leave this tyranny
Got to get away
All these square ol’ laws
Man, you know I sure can’t stay

Now baby, pack your rifle
And we’ll hit the road today
Just exactly what we’ll do there I cannot say
But we might even secede the U.S.A.
Liberty’s a brand new game that I just wanna play

No use of still voting
For stealing and lying
The Free State’s our new home
Porc Fest all the time!

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5 Responses to “Goin’ Up the Hamster” – theme song for Liberty Migration to New Hampshire

  1. Linda says:

    Get someone in NH to make a video for it.

  2. Gretchen says:

    I don’t know why I’m surprised that DJ can sing, too. 😉
    Fun song-

  3. Hesperus says:

    Weird scenes eh? I just finished reading that today, I was going to write a review of it for the blog.

  4. Ross Dailey says:

    does this mean that you are moving to nh?

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