Carla Ulbrich | If I Had the Copyright (The F Word song)

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If I Had the Copyright (The F Word song)

by Carla Ulbrich

From the documentary (F**k) about the F word. It's about how wealthy the singer would be if she had the copyright on that ever-popular word. The F word is used 27 times in the song, which is why there is also a bleeped version available.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. If I Had the Copyright (The F word song Live/ uncensored)
Carla Ulbrich
2:26 $1.09
2. If I Had the Copyright (The F Word Song Live/ Bleeped)
Carla Ulbrich
2:48 $1.09
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
2 versions of the F word song on this single: the live uncensored, as recorded at the Bluebird Cafe, and the live "bleeped" version, censored by a "happy new year" noisemaker (complete with 27 bleeps).

This song is to be included in the documentary about the F word (the movie shattered the Guinness Book Record for most times the F word is used in one film) and has been heard on XM comedy, the Red Peters Show (Sirius radio), numerous college/ community stations, and Dr. Demento (where it was in the "Funny Five" numerous times).

What's your favorite word?

(uh, warning, may contain offensive language...)

** Due to printing issues, this song is currently only available through digital stores such as iTunes, Rhapsody, Napster, etc. or (unbleeped only) on "The Best of the Red Peters Comedy hour, Volume 1"



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