In her 2nd song on the new CD, Sharleen pays tribute to Woody Guthrie, the legendary troubadour who “sang for the unions and working folks" paying homage to “Ma and Tom Joad” . . . and the millions of small farmers who were “forced from the land” during the Great Depression. Seven decades later the roots of their discontents bear no small resemblance to our own.
But the boss is gettin' richer
As we go broke
They're taking our jobs
And our homes and our hope
Say Woody . . . has that much really changed?