Friday, April 13, 2007

De do do do, de da da da the Police are invited to play in Cuber

The Police have been invited to play in apartheid Cuba. I was a big Police fan when they first came out, but when Sting started to think that he was the hippest and the answer to all the world’s problems, my interest soon faded. Let’s see what happens? Will they play right into the dictator’s hands? Will they play the same old chord: It’s the U.S. fault, it’s those pesky exiles fault, but no fault of the apartheid dictatorship? Hey, who knows, maybe they will be invited to play on the Estefan’s new CD tribute to Cuba!


In true fashion El Café Cubano has it’s own rendition of De do do do, de da da da:

Don't think me unkind
Words are hard to find
All the cheques that the dictator has left unsigned
From the banks of chaos of all those that he has killed and tortured
And when the Cuban people try to escape him
Their logic ties them up and then the commies rape the Cuban people

De do do do, de da da da
Will you stand up for the Cuban people
De do do do, de da da da
Will their innocence pull you through
De do do do, de da da da
Is all I want to say to you
De do do do, de da da da
They're people too and all said from those who suffered that's true

Poets, priests and poiticians
Have words but do nothing with their positions
Words that scream for FREEDOM And no one's hearing their transmission
'Cos when their eloquence escapes you
Their logic ties you up and the appeasers rapes the Cuban people
De do do do, de da da da
Is all I want to say to you
De do do do, de da da da
Will their innocence will pull you through
De do do do, de da da da
Is all I want to say to you
De do do do, de da da da
They're not meaningless and they need the world’s help is true

1 comment:

Fidel pro democracy said...

He will play in to the dictators game, because he is useful idiot, a commi.