Dear Mr. John Roderick, King God, Mang, &c.
My recent works with socio-political groups have piqued my interest in various rights to unrestrained freedoms. First it was Human Rights -- then, Animal Rights. Then I got to thinking, why doesn't music have rights? And thus, I started a call to arms, demanding equality for songs everywhere. They don't ask for much -- no affirmative action, no welfare or social security, or any other such handouts. Merely, they want emancipation. They want amnesty. They want to be free.
I have personally set my sights on one very visable target, in which I hope the successful acquisition of rights for this song will create an unstoppable chain of events until music everywhere can share the same rights that we, in the Western World, enjoy in our day-to-day activities. That song is "Through With Love" -- originally performed by the Western State Hurricanes, and hopefully soon to be performed by The Long Winters.
So, as the first advocators of Music Rights, we kindly request that you do everything you can to aid us in our goal in garnering autonomy and sovernty for Music everywhere. Thank you.
I hope that you will all join me in my crusade by signing a petition that will be printed and delivered to Mr. John Roderick by hand October 4th, 2006 at Lee's Palace in Toronto, Canada.
I have created a Petition Online page for ease of use. Besides, that makes it legit AND credible, right? Tell your friends!