Magyar Music
 

Political Songs

1. Below is an "MP3 player" with an embedded "Track List," featuring all of the songs in this category. The first song is highlighted in a blue banner. Click on it or any other track to play that song.

2. Below the MP3 Player is a list of the songs in the Track List. (See the spinning CDs.) Clicking on a song in the "Song List" takes you to that particular song where you will find lyrics, a brief description and marketing information.

3. Before listening to a particular song, we recommend you click first on that song in the "Song List." Read the "Song Description" and the intended "Target Market/Audience." Then click the small "(Top)" link just to the right of the song name to come back to where you are now.

4. Once you have returned from reading the song description and background information, play the song by clicking on the Track List (within the MP3 Player). Then click the name of that song in the "Song List" once again to read the lyrics while the song is playing.

MAGYAR Album Cover MAGYAR Live MAGYAR
00:00

CD Political Songs

You're A Patriot or Pirate (4:45)
The Looney Left (a.k.a. Do the Spin and Roll) (5:20)
Right Is Right, Left is Wrong (4:20)

 

You're A Patriot Or Pirate   Top

Song length: 4:45
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — This song defines what is a Patriot, that the opposite of a Patriot is a Pirate, and asks the listener to choose.

Target Market/Audience:

This song defines Patriotism and establishes that the opposite of being a Patriot is to be a Pirate. In addition, the listener is inspired to make a choice, implying that we are one or the other.

(Verse 1)
I remember back when I didn’t have a clue.
Politics was Greek to me.
What is left and right? Who is right, and what is true?
What’s the difference? We’re all free.

(Verse 2)
So I wrote them off as crooks who don’t really care.
I tuned them out; turned on a TV show.
Then I met a man who explained it all to me. He said,
“You only have to decide who you are deep down inside.”

(Chorus)
You’re a Patriot, a Minuteman
If you lean to the right, if you take a stand.
And choose what’s good for America in everything you do.
Pirates are about me, me, me.
They don’t give a lick about their country.
You’re a Patriot or a Pirate, choose.

(Verse 3)
Now I know the formula, I can tell who is who.
Pirates cite their First Amendment rights.
Because it’s legal, they think that it is OK to do.
But though they can, they cannot hide, who they are deep down inside.

(Chorus)
You’re a Patriot, a Minuteman
If you lean to the right, if you take a stand
And choose what’s good for America in everything you do.
Pirates are about me, me, me.
They don’t give a lick about their country.
You’re a Patriot or a Pirate. Choose.

(Bridge)
I know it’s hard to believe that it’s up to you and me.
The truth is that we all must do our part.
If you want to know what you can do, stop thinking about just you.
Standing for America begins with what is in your heart.

(Chorus)
You’re a Patriot, a Minuteman
If you lean to the right, if you take a stand
And choose what’s good for America in everything you do.
Pirates are about me, me, me.
But first it’s God, then country.
You’re a Patriot or a Pirate. Choose.

(Tag)
You’re a Patriot or a Pirate. Choose.
I’m a Patriot not a Pirate. How about you?

 

The Looney Left (a.k.a. Do the Spin and Roll)   Top

Song length: 5:20
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A Texas-style line-dance that pokes fun at liberal ideas and the way they think. The established concept of “Spin” to denote someone attempting to escape truth is enhanced by our term “Spin and Roll.” The charm of this song is its sarcasm, as the singer is attempting to train the listener on how to think like a Liberal.

Target Market/Audience:

This song can be performed as a line-dance much like “The Electric Slide” and “The Macarena.” In a simpler step plan, it can be performed while standing in front of one’s seat. A step and move chart is available for both performance options.

(Verse 1)
You can learn how Liberals think; just listen to this song.
First, you must learn not to blink when proven clearly wrong.
Then forget all the lessons learned from history.
Base decisions on what’s good for you, not the country.
Don’t dismay when facts get in the way, take a poll.
When up against common sense, just do the spin and roll.

(Chorus)
Spin and Roll. Spin and Roll.

(Verse 2)
Now we’re thinking like the Left from spinning round and round.
Look at their ideas. You’ll see how good they sound.
We can take kids off the street with ”Midnight Basketball.”
Let’s not think about the future; how their grades will fall.
Four years hence. They can’t get in. The colleges say, “No.”
We can blame the teachers and do the spin and roll.

(Chorus)
Spin and Roll. Spin and Roll.

(Verse 3)
Socialism doesn’t work but it sounds real good.
We can get elected if we play Robin Hood.
Higher entry wages will raise the dropout rate.
Just create another program in a welfare state.
More tax dollars, more dependents is the liberal goal.
If the Right exposes us, just do the spin and roll.

(Chorus)
Spin and Roll. Spin and Roll.

(Verse 4)
Rather than admit we’re wrong, claim conspiracy.
Keep the waters muddy; make truth hard to see.
Stick our heads back in the sand; surrender common sense.
Negotiate with enemies. No need for a defense.
Give up all our weapons. Let the U.N. have control.
If we’re wrong just sing this song, and do the spin and roll.

(Chorus)
Spin and Roll. Spin and Roll.

(Tag)
Spin and Roll. Spin and Roll.
You’re spinning and rolling. You must be a Democrat.

 

Right is Right   Top

Song length: 4:20
Words and Music by Don Magyar
© 2010, Back On Top Music, BMI

Song Description:

Video — A pro-America song that defines why the Right is right and the Left is wrong.

Target Market/Audience:

This song is meant to be played at political rallies.

(Verse 1)
Everyone has a right to their opinion.
Different points of view keep us strong.
Some lean left, others right, but there’s a simple truth.
Only one view can be right, the other is wrong.

(Verse 2)
Many superpowers have come before us.
One-by-one they failed and so will we.
The Right fights for the formula that got us here.
The Left loves Europe’s failed policies.

(Lift 1)
The enemy struck first and brought our towers down.
Still the Left is singing, “Give peace a chance.”
Their words sound to me just like the enemy.
Are we the home of the brave or are we like France?

(Verse 3)
The Lefties say half the world hates us.
We must not pander though the Liberals would.
Like the NY Yankees, you either love or hate them.
Those who hate the Yankees do ‘cause they’re so damn good.

(Lift 2)
Who else will spread liberty throughout this troubled world?
Who else will shed their blood to right the wrongs?
Who else will share their wealth with strangers who need help?
It’s time we stand for America. Let’s fight back with this song.

(Speaking)
Come on 21st Century Minutemen. Let’s raise arms.

(Chorus)
Right is right. Left is wrong.
As we vote, let’s sing this song.
United we will keep America strong.
The Left is standing at the gate.
Talking peace but full of hate
They’re quick to say America is wrong.

(Chorus 2)
God bless America. Keep us save and strong.
Give us the wisdom to know right from wrong.
Everything we need to know is right here in this song.
Right is right and Left is wrong.

(Tag)
Right is right and Left is wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong.
Right is right and Left is wrong.
Right is right and Left is wrong.