Foggy Carbuncle

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Unsuccessful composer who never had a hit, due to his unerring ability to always back the wrong horse. Also staggeringly long-lived, based on the range of dates he writes about. Even if he wrote his "Confederate Victory Song" as a callow youth, he'd have to have lived to at least age 110 to 120 to then also write about the 1964 election.


Compositions

"Confederate Victory Song" (1865) "Hip, Hip, Hooray for the Edsel" (1958-1960) "Mr Krushchev" "Happy Anniversary, Eddie and Liz" (May 12, 1959 – March 6, 1964) "Congratulations, President Nixon" "George Lincoln Rockwell" "Johnson Victory Song" "Bon Voyage, Titanic" (1912) "Goldwater Victory Song" "When the Hindenburg Lands Today" (1937)