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For Pop Music Chart Day (Jan. 4th): Treat yourself to FREE CLIPS of "Big Bucks" and "Run For Office"

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The lyrics to both of these songs are timeless and universal and you can hear a FREE CLIP of each of these songs at www.barrows.com/music.html and there are links on that page where you can download the songs for 99 cents each on iTunes.

SAN MATEO, Calif. - Dec. 29, 2018 - EntSun -- STRIKE UP THE BAND! HERE ARE TWO GREAT SONGS FOR "POP MUSIC CHART DAY" (January 4th, 2019)

*THE SONGS ARE ABOUT MONEY AND POLITICS AND THE LYRICS TO BOTH OF THESE SONGS ARE TIMELESS AND UNIVERSAL

Neither of these songs made it onto the Pop Charts (yet),  but both of these songs did get some airplay when they were released to radio stations that played rap and hip-hop in 1999.

*The songs are called "Big Bucks" and "Run For Office."

"Big Bucks" is a song about the frustrations of not making big money and the

hopes of pulling down big money!

"Run For Office" is a satire on power, politics, sex, lies, money and greed...all the stuff that politics is made of.

The people will love this song, politicians will hate it.

You can hear a FREE CLIP of each of these songs at www.barrows.com/music.html and there are links on that page where you can download the songs for 99 cents on iTunes.

"And, since January 4th is Pop Music Chart Day...Who knows? Maybe if the right journalists and the right DJs and the right rock stars and the right music producers hear these songs and decide to acquire the rights to them, maybe these songs could have new life and go right to the top of the Pop Charts,"  says Robert Barrows of San Mateo, California. Barrows co-wrote the songs with a musician named Gary Warren (currently in Sacramento, California).

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"Both of these songs got some airplay when they were released in 1999, says Barrows, and both of them could definitely go to the top of the charts if they're lucky enough to get some good publicity and some good airplay on Pop Music Chart Day."

"Plus, the lyrics to both of these songs are timeless and universal, says Barrows, so whoever writes about them and whoever plays them is going to score a great big hit with their audience."

"Big Bucks" is a song about the frustrations of not making big money and the

hopes of pulling down big money!

Some of the lyrics to "Big Bucks" go like this:

"It don't take brains, it don't take brawn.

I only hope it don't take too long."

"'Big Bucks' will definitely strike a chord with anyone who is on the wrong side of the Income Inequality numbers, and that's just about all of us," says Barrows.

"And 'Run For Office' is a satire about power, politics, sex lies, money and greed...all the stuff that politics is made of. The people will love this song, politicians will hate it. And in this kind of political season, whenever you hear a politician talking about Income Inequality after they've just attended a $50,000 a plate fundraising dinner, at least you can vent some of your frustrations about money and politics with some songs called "Big Bucks" and "Run For Office," says Barrows.

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SO, ON "POP MUSIC CHART DAY," WHAT SHOULD YOU START WRITING ABOUT AND WHAT SHOULD YOU START LISTENING TO?

"Start with some songs called 'Big Bucks' and 'Run For Office,' says Barrows. The songs will live forever in the hearts and minds of free men and women everywhere...and Pop Chart Music Day is definitely the day to celebrate them!"

(I wonder if both of these songs will finally become famous or if I'll have to send out this same press release again next year?) Maybe this will be the year the songs become legends?

For more information, call Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations (and songwriting) at 650-344-4405, www.barrows.com

And yes, I am definitely available for an interview.

To arrange an interview, call Robert Barrows at 650-344-4405.

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Robert Barrows
barrows@barrows.com
650-344-4405


Source: R.M. Barrows, In. Advertising & Public Relations
Filed Under: Music, Entertainment

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