Recently, I saw this MP3 Download by an unknown artist, and after hearing the preview, I decided to download it to my iPod Classic and iTunes Library. Recently, I played it on my iPod with a pair of Sennheiser headphones, I was very pleased with my free download. Since the first play, I've played it 2 or 3 more times on my trusted iPod, and a trusted female chum has heard it (I think she enjoyed it - let's hope so!). A couple of reviewers have said it's a protest song - well, so what if it is? No harm in the way it was written. If the performer is trying to make a point, let them do so. They will get noticed by somebody. The more you play it, the more it will either grow on you, making you remember it for all the good reasons.The artwork also reminds me of what is seen on walls in streets up and down the country. If, however, you're not keen on it, don't download it from Amazon's MP3 Downloads section. Relaxing stuff indeed!