God Loves My Country now available for download

Balthrop, Alabama - God Loves My Country

We’ve released the new Balthrop, Alabama single ‘God Loves My Country’. Please download it if you haven’t already.

The song is certainly provocative, and we’d love to know what you think. Please share your feelings about the song by leaving a comment below.

9 responses to “God Loves My Country now available for download”

  1. Clete says:

    Thanks for pointing out that the real threat to Amerikkka comes from Christians. Its time we stop persecuting Islamic fundamentalists and go after the 90% of our countrymen who call themselves christians. If you get increased recognition and sales from this song does that make you war profiteers?

  2. Clete says:

    In all fairness you’re pointing the donations in the right way

  3. Ken says:

    Michael, nice job. I like the composition on both media levels art and music.

  4. Pugnax says:

    This song reminds me heavily of a lovely witing by Mark Twain entilted “The War Prayer.” Y’all should read it. http://www.ntua.gr/lurk/making/warprayer.html
    Copy and paste the URL.

  5. barbara says:

    Sacred Sounds and Broken Symbols. So much misunderstanding, in this a truth on war blood oil & my tears. You are all breaking my heart. The Archangel Michael. Art is a gift. Thank you.

  6. Saturday Post says:

    Jeremiah A. Wright couldn’t have said it any better himself!

  7. Kyle says:

    Back in 2002, a multifaith group of 200 leaders from all the major world religions met in Assissi, Italy, and issued a statement called “The Assissi Decalogue for Peace” in which they denounce condemn “every recourse to violence and war in the name of God or of religion,” concluding,

    “We commit ourselves to urging leaders of nations to make every effort to create and consolidate, on the national and international levels, a world of solidarity and peace based on justice.”

    Who knew!

    This link is from Wahiduddin’s Web, a blog related to the amazing teachings of the Sufi mystic Hazrat Inayat Khan, with an interesting introduction by Memphis columnist David Waters.



  8. Rita says:

    love it! reminds me of the best protest songs of pete seeger and bob dylan. like a lovely dirge about how stupid religion can be. someone above cited mark twain. i’ve always loved his quote: “Faith is believing something you know ain’t true.”

  9. joe says:

    Love the songs. Can’t wait to get my hands on the album.

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