The Ballad of Spiro Agnew

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"The Ballad of Spiro Agnew" was originally written and performed by Tom Paxton. It was covered by John Denver on his 1969 album Rhymes & Reasons.[1]

It is a very short song clocking in at around eighteen seconds.

The song makes fun of Spiro Agnew by saying that he has accomplished nothing.

Here are the lyrics:

I'll sing you a song of Spiro Agnew and all the things he's done.


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rock and Politics". SPIN. October 2008. Retrieved 26 September 2016.