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Country music star John Rich’s new single “Progress” is sitting at the top of the iTunes charts —and it’s resonating with audiences because of its anti-woke message: “stick your progress where the sun don’t shine.”

Rich released the song Friday on Truth Social and Rumble —it soared to No. 1 on the Apple iTunes song chart.

“Felt good to beat the machine today:) Thanks to all of you for the massive support! We are making good #Progress #NumberOne #Worldwide,” tweeted Rich, who is half of the country music duo Big & Rich.

“Here I am with no record label, no publisher, no marketing deal,” Rich told Just the News. “It is bypassing this machine that they’ve built, going right around the machine, going right to the people.”

Read the lyrics to “Progress” below:

There’s a hole in this country where its heart used to be
And Old Glory’s divided on the fire in the street
They say building back better make America great
If that’s the wave of the future all I’ve got to say

[Chorus]
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine
Keep your big mess away from me tonight
If you leave us alone, well we’d all be just fine
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine

[Verse]
They invite the whole world to come live in our land
And leave our countrymen dying in Afghanistan
They say to let go of Jesus and let governments say
You can have back your freedoms if you do what we say

[Chorus]
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine
Keep your big mess away from me tonight
If you leave us alone, well we’d all be just fine
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine

[Break]
They shut down our problems and they shut down our voices
They shut down our Main Streets and they shut down our choices
They bent us all over, but it’s all over now
‘Cause we figured it out, we ain’t backing down

[Chorus]
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine
Keep your big mess away from me tonight
If you leave us alone, well we’d all be just fine
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine
Where the sun don’t shine
Where the sun don’t shine
Where the sun don’t shine

Rich dropped by Fox News’ Jesse Watters Primetime to discuss the meaning of the song.

“It’s basically a song … about the ironic nature that all the bad things happening in our country are done under the banner of progress, and it’s anything but progress.”

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