Things got psychedelic.

By Hayden Wright

Over the last few weeks, Stephen Colbert has enthusiastically returned to the arena where America first met him—partisan politics.

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He crashed the RNC stage and has now written (and performed) a hippie dippie ode to the Democratic National Convention. The ditty takes on the personality of 60s/70s counterculture like Hair, gleefully promising voters “Death, Taxes, and Hillary.”

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