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I have the "Lemmings" album; this song isn't on it. I first heard this on the NLRH album "Gold Turkey."

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Guest sings "Middle-Class Liberal, Well-Intentioned Blues" as Pete Seeger, complete with banjo.

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and Guest sings "Middle-Class Liberal, Well-Intentioned Blues" as Pete Seeger, complete with banjo.

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I found this song and other classics on a reel-to-reel that contained the NLRH, and almost wore it out.

Pretty unusual sense of humor, considering it was the 80's and I was 15, but it made me LMAO.

Bud Webster

This originally came from the National Lampoon off-Broadway show, "Lemmings," which starred John Belushi and Chevy Chase pre-SNL, and also Christopher Guest. Among other things, Belushi does his justly-famous Joe Cocker, Chase does an immaculate Neil Young, and Guest sings "Middle-Class Liberal, Well-Intentioned Blues" as Pete Seeger, complete with banjo.

Bud Webster

This originally came from the National Lampoon off-Broadway show, "Lemmings," which starred John Belushi and Chevy Chase pre-SNL, and also Christopher Guest. Among other things, Belushi does his justly-famous Joe Cocker, Chase does an immaculate Neil Young, and Guest sings "Middle-Class Liberal, Well-Intentioned Blues" as Pete Seeger, complete with banjo.

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