Thursday, October 13, 2011

Happy Hump-Hump-Hump Day!

Vegan MoFo 2011 is halfway done, and while I'm not nearly to the point of collapse, I am gonna celebrate the ol' sabbath today by letting my vegan pal Leslie Hall do all the work.

Thank you Mother Gem!
Leslie is one of the best performers and raddest vegans around, and she wants to help us celebrate VeganMoFo Hump Day with a brand new, never released VEGAN SONG!  Seriously, the only other place you can hear this song is in Leslie's own living room.  Except she's not there, 'cuz she's on tour with Yo Gabba Gabba, so double win for MoFo!

Click on the picture to hear the new song!

The Lyrics:
I eat the finest cuisines, in the finest of places / Stuff my mouth full and always say thank you / But if it's raised in a cage, and it can't even move, if it's hormone filled and in a bad mood / I'm gonna pass on that / Reach for something better / The only milk I'll drink comes from the nipple of a soy bean / Veggies make you live forever, and they seem to taste much better / When they're cooked and grown with love, so give a chef who knows what's up a hug / Momma just can't seem to get it, Papa he just rolls his eyes / When I tell them I'm much healthier, they just say that it's all lies / But beans, nuts, fruits and veggies can really fill the belly / Get you vitamins you need, shiny hair and extra speed / Don't take that meat-wich any further, I want a marinated, deep fried, hand-tied mushroom burger / I like it! / We gotta stand strong for our feathered, furry, sometimes scaly animal friends and their little babies / 'Cuz I wouldn't want to live in a cage in a dark warehouse killed at an early age / Pumped full of hormones, sleeping in my feces / Never met my mother, raised by machines / Never get sunshine never get green, but that's just me / [That girl loves fruit leather!] / So ask us what we're eating, delicious and repeating / Fruits and veggies are so nice, with a slice of tempeh, yes, I'll have that twice / Don't forget the legumes!
This song isn't for sale (yet), but if you love it, you can see a ton of Leslie'a videos online, and she has a bunch of crafts and CDs for purchase, too. If you ever have a chance to see her live, run as fast as you can to get tix--best shows ever! 


P.S.  For a better look at my Leslie Hall NECK TATTOO, please check out Nicole's blog Vegan Things I like.


  1. Love Leslie Hall!!!! Love the song! Don't forget the lemgumes!

  2. wow.. that is one cool tat!

    btw, I think I'm going to become super obsessed with Ethiopian. Must buy your zine.


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