More Honeymoon Than Mortgage...
Werk, AFP! 

Dear Daily Mail,
It has come to my recent attention,
That my recent appearance at Glastonbury festivals
kindly recieved a mention,
I was doing a number of things on that stage
up to and including singing songs,
Like you do
But you chose to ignore that and instantly published
a feature review of my boob,

Dear Daily Mail,
There a thing called a search engine, use it,
If you’d Google’d my tits in advance,
You’d have found your photos are hardly exclusive,
In addition you state that my boob had escaped,
From my bra like a thief on the run,
How do you know that it wasn’t attempting
to just take in the rare British sun?

Dear Daily Mail,
It’s so sad what you tabloids are doing,
Your focus on debasing womens’ appearances
Devolves our species of humans,
But a rag is a rag, and far be it from me,
To go censoring anyone – oh no,
It appears that my entire body is currently
Trying to escape this kimono!

Dear Daily Mail
You misogynist pile of toads
I’m tired of these baby bumps,
vag flashes, muffin tops,
Where are the newsworthy cocks?
When Iggy, or Jagger, or Bowie go shirtless
The news doesn’t cause a ripple
Blah Blah Blah Feminist, Blah Blah Blah Gendership
Blah Blah Blah Oh My God a Nipple!

Dear Daily Mail,
You will never write about this night,
I know that because I’ve addressed you directly
I’ve made myself no fun to fight,
But thanks to the internet people all over the world
Can enjoy this discourse,
And commune with a roomful of people in London
Who aren’t drinking Kool-Aid like yours.

Although there are millions of people
Who will accept the cultural bar where you have it at
There are plenty of others who are perfectly willing
To see breasts in their natural habitat
I keenly anticipate your highly literate
Coverage of upcoming tours
Dear Daily Mail
Up Yours!

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/07/14/tabloid-posts-misogynistic-review-of-musician-amanda-palmer-artist-replies-in-song/

Werk, AFP!

Dear Daily Mail,
It has come to my recent attention,
That my recent appearance at Glastonbury festivals
kindly recieved a mention,
I was doing a number of things on that stage
up to and including singing songs,
Like you do
But you chose to ignore that and instantly published
a feature review of my boob,

Dear Daily Mail,
There a thing called a search engine, use it,
If you’d Google’d my tits in advance,
You’d have found your photos are hardly exclusive,
In addition you state that my boob had escaped,
From my bra like a thief on the run,
How do you know that it wasn’t attempting
to just take in the rare British sun?

Dear Daily Mail,
It’s so sad what you tabloids are doing,
Your focus on debasing womens’ appearances
Devolves our species of humans,
But a rag is a rag, and far be it from me,
To go censoring anyone – oh no,
It appears that my entire body is currently
Trying to escape this kimono!

Dear Daily Mail
You misogynist pile of toads
I’m tired of these baby bumps,
vag flashes, muffin tops,
Where are the newsworthy cocks?
When Iggy, or Jagger, or Bowie go shirtless
The news doesn’t cause a ripple
Blah Blah Blah Feminist, Blah Blah Blah Gendership
Blah Blah Blah Oh My God a Nipple!

Dear Daily Mail,
You will never write about this night,
I know that because I’ve addressed you directly
I’ve made myself no fun to fight,
But thanks to the internet people all over the world
Can enjoy this discourse,
And commune with a roomful of people in London
Who aren’t drinking Kool-Aid like yours.

Although there are millions of people
Who will accept the cultural bar where you have it at
There are plenty of others who are perfectly willing
To see breasts in their natural habitat
I keenly anticipate your highly literate
Coverage of upcoming tours
Dear Daily Mail
Up Yours!

http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/07/14/tabloid-posts-misogynistic-review-of-musician-amanda-palmer-artist-replies-in-song/
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