Kilkelly, Ireland — taken from letters written to our great-great-grandfather from his family in County Mayo.
The Gallo Song — a collection of embarrassing moments on the United Farm Workers boycott of Gallo Wine.
What to Do — about hard choices young people face when their country goes to war.
27-Year-Old Virgin — Men are often expected to have no fear and to treat love as conquest. This is a playful look at one man's experience.
Stationary Blues — about feeling powerless, and about being in a frame of mind for making change.
The Taxi Song — When Peter drove a taxi, each afternoon cab drivers pulled up to the window of the company and paid rent on the cabs. This is the story of Cab '413.
Mother's Day Song — written because Luci asked for a song to sing at a Mother's Day rally
Statue of Liberty — elaboration on the poetry of Emma Lazarus.
Spice Tale — a thyme for every seasoning …
King George — about a "mildly repressive authoritarian" regime.
Slave Auction — a poem by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, a Black abolitionist and agent on the Underground Railroad in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Clouds — Water will always rush to the sea, and people oppressed will always rise up and overcome.
If Rosa Parks Can Go to Jail — written for Penny Rosenwasser on the eve of her civil disobedience trial, in celebration of the all-American tradition of going to jail for what you believe.