There is a new Cantonese hit single on the internet and our government won't be too happy about it. It's by the indie group My Little Airport and the title is a bit rude - Donald Tsang, please die. The track was written by frontman Ah P in response to the chief executive's gaffe last week about his view on the June 4 crackdown being representative of Hong Kong people's view as well. Let's just say the music leaves something to be desired - it probably doesn't qualify as a melody by most standards, but the lyrics are positively inflammatory and have provoked an active online debate. The video clip had attracted more than 42,000 views after just four days. 'Donald Tsang, please die/when will you be fired? 'Suppose someone cut off your hands 'Twenty years later, he became rich 'And took over as chief executive 'Would you say let bygones be bygones?' June 4 marchers next month are using the song as a rallying cry. Others think it is in poor taste. 'Just because someone makes a gaffe in public, should he die for it?' one post said. Of late, the group (pictured above) has become overtly political. Its website, www.mylittleairport.com , also has a ditty on Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Stephen Lam Sui-lung, asking him to share his HK$300,000 a month in pay and perks with others. His official salary doesn't come to that amount, but his total cost per month to taxpayers - including chauffeur and all - probably exceeds it.