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Most dangerous terrorists! That's just what the Raging Grannies are held by NY Police Dept. This is a group of elderly ladies moving against the Iraqi war. On yesterday's demonstration in Times Square, well armed with ambulatories and crutches, they wanted to...enlist instead of their grandchildren. 18 of them were stopped by zealous policemen, and then formally arrested, handcuffed and put into prison vans. The youngest is 49, the oldest 90 years old. No comment. We're glad to have a "Raging Grannie" in our collection, Vicki Ryder.
Riccardo Venturi 2005/10/18 - 15:26
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Bring Them Home Now

Lyrics by Vicki Ryder
Tune: “I’ve Been Workin’ on the Railroad”

Vicki Ryder wrote this song for the Raging Grannies, who performed it at the anti-war rally in Washington, DC, on September 24, 2005.
Cindy Sheehan went to Texas
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Contributed by Vicki Ryder 2005/10/14 - 04:38

Get Me To My War On Time

[2002]
Scritta insieme a Ken e Jenny Levens
Written together with Ken and Jenny Levens

Testo ripreso da:
Lyrics available at:
Centre For Political Song



Get me a war on in the morning.
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Contributed by Riccardo Venturi 2005/9/5 - 16:48
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Don't Misunderestimate Me!

[2004]
Testo / lyrics: Vicki Ryder
Sull'aria di / to the tune of Andy Kaufman's 100 Bottles of Beer on the Wall



We're the Raging Grannies, and we are hopping mad!
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Contributed by Riccardo Venturi 2005/7/22 - 22:01




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