Too Big To Fail

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Too Big To Fail

DJ Freddie Mac and The Blue State Cowboys cover Chicago’s mayoral race.

I got a call last spring from Good King Rich

He said the time had come for him to make a switch

He said, "Rahm, you’ve always been my boy"

I said, "Rich, you’ve always been my goy"

Then he started talkin’ about his plan

To slip on out and make me the man

He said, "Here’s the teflon; you’re gonna be a great Don --

Do the dance like my very own Black Swan"

Then I said, "I will prevail --

I got Hollywood cash; I’m too big to fail"

Then I let it be known that I was back in Chi-Town

Measuring drapes and getting ready to throw down

And just like that the field cleared

The wannabes all disappeared

I got rock star money; I can buy my own island

My family wants Thai food, I take ’em to ...



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