NSA’s domestic spying inspires a song

You've probably read countless news stories about the U.S. National Security Agency's domestic surveillance program over the past several months. Now you can listen to a song about it.

Washington, D.C.-based comic and singer Matt Dundas has recorded “Metadata”, a parody of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”.

The song begins:

I’m in charge of a secret plan
To spy on all the Americans
I don’t care that I’m America too, yah
Well it goes like this: the phone, the web
The common man and the huge celeb
I’ll get the dirt without having to interview ya

You can hear the song on Dundas's blog.

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