Pam Bondi is now a quirky rock song



Thanks to our friends at Broward-Palm Beach New Times, we now know that Attorney General Pam Bondi, last seen begging the court system to slow the fuck down because all this gay marriage noise is getting too expensive (which is rich when you consider how much Bondi has spent defending other partisan issues), has miraculously been transported into an anthem. The conduits for this surprise transformation are Boca Raton duo Wolfcat, a husband-wife team with gay family members. Here's Wolfcat!


Seems to us that Wolfcat like a dirty wall or two. Anyway, the harmonic indulgence isn't half bad in "Pam Bondi (Is There Any Love In Your Heart)," harkening back to something akin to Timbuk 3 playing a beach bar. And, as the New Times points out, Bondi may not be the first AG to find transformation via the arts.

"Bondi is not the first female attorney general to be immortalized in pop culture. In 1998, Miami bass rapper Anquette recorded "Janet Reno" -- though that was an homage to the AG, for enforcing child support laws. And Crimea's attorney general is a frequent muse for fan art."



I know that you've been in love at least three times before

Stood in front of all your friends and promised and swore

All the people that I know, they want to feel the same thing too

None of them have ever needed permission from youAn eye for an eye would leave both of us blind

So just consider this a shove

You're not on the wrong side of history

You're on the wrong side of love

Pam Bondi, is there any love in your heart

Pam Bondi, is there any love in your heart, for me and my family?

We are waiting for the courthouse to open its doors

We're waiting in the boardroom on the thirty-first floor

We're waiting to be Mom and Mom or maybe Dad and Dad

We've been waiting such a long, long time

We're starting to get mad

We're waiting in churches

We're screaming from the pews

We're holding hands in hospitals

We are just waiting on you

Pam Bondi, is there any love in your heart

Pam Bondi, is there any love in your heart, for me and my family?

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