P​.​C. Religion

from by Nick Edelstein

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    Down South we have what some folks call "Blue Collar laws." Other folks call them "Bible Belt laws." It's an influence of religion on the state hence the name "P.C." for 'politically correct' -- or incorrect? ;)
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I was down in Atlanta on a Sunday eve tryin to
pick up some liquor but I could not percieve why the
sign in the window said no liquor sold, and I
realized on Sundays no al-cho-hol was sold and I said

P.C. religion comin’ down from capitol hill …
’cause if they ain’t made no law about it, you can bet they will.

I was still in school and in the marching band. I used to
march my trombone across this holy land. One year the
4th of July parade was held on the 5th because you know
the Fourth was a Sunday. That ain’t no lie. You know that

P.C. religion comin’ down from capitol hill …
’cause if they ain’t made no law about it, you can bet they will.

Well I was up in the mountains talkin’ to some people ya know we
get along real well ’cause they like my people and my
Southern fried religion, comin’ down from hea-ven. You know that
Southern fried religion keeps me going twenty-four seven!
Lyrics ©2001 Nick Edelstein (BMI)

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from Year Of The Ox, released July 22, 2010
Written by Nick Edelstein (BMI).
Produced by Nick Edelstein.

Recorded at Richenroll Studios in Alpharetta, GA. Mixed by Rich Grillo. Mastered by Rodney Mills.

Nick Edelstein (electric guitar)

Aaron Hevenstone (drums)

Andy Margolis (bass)

Gray Sartin (slide guitar, vocal)

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