WALLPAPER. “I Don’t Wanna (But I Gotta) Do My Taxes” MUSIC VIDEO

Well, folks TAX SEASON 2009 is almost over and I am sure all of you are itching to get some of that money money.  If everything that Obama promised comes true some of us may be getting some extra.  Let’s cross our fingers for that.  During this economic crisis every little penny goes a long way.

But to help the blues simmer down a bit Ricky Reed serenades us with a quick soulful rnb tune about taxes. That’s right, TAXES.  He feathers it down on the keys while laying it down and soulful thick on the pipes.

Did you know he’s going to be dropping the Do Do Face on you some time this fall?  Keep peeping back.

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