Songs That Made America Famous
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|Songs That Made America Famous|
|Studio album by Patrick Sky|
|Patrick Sky chronology|
Songs That Made America Famous is a Patrick Sky album released on Adelphi Records in 1973. Sky recorded the album in 1971 but had difficulty finding a label to release it, as the satirical lyrics are explicit.
All songs by Patrick Sky unless otherwise noted.
- "Fight for Liberation"
- "Radcliffe Highway"
- "Vatican Caskets"
- "Child Molesting Blues"
- "Under All Flag"
- "Luang Prabang" (Dave Van Ronk)
- "Our Baby Die"
- "Ramblin' Hunchback"
- "Bake Dat Chicken Pie" (Dumont)
- "Rock Star"
- "The Pope" (Mike Hunt)
- "Yonkers Girl "
- "H. Bromovitz"
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