The Fourth Room You Better Do Right

The Fourth Room You Better Do Right Eagle Cause Button Museum
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VOTE
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A black and white image of a close-up of an eagle crying facing sightly to the left. The word "VOTE" is in all capital white letters with the "O" in Vote as a symbol of the American flag. The entire background of the button is black.

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OFFICIAL LICENSEEING SLATER CORP, N.Y.C 11 Copyright 1971 by McQ, Inc

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The image on this button is from The Fourth Room's 7" record Vote. "You Better Do Right" is the B-side instrumental song  written by the American jingle writer Ed Labunski and Jerry Friedman. The record was released on McQ Records in Indianapolis Indiana in 1971. The Button Museum also has a button representing the front cover of this record.

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MU0238
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