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Hey You Guys – Green Rap

Posted in POB Audio, Poems, Rhymes, Riddles, Song Lyrics & Analysis with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 6, 2014 by Drogo

Hey You Guys (Green Rap) – AMM SCOD concept by Drogo, lyrics by Codiak, rapped by Codiak

HEY YOU GUYS

People please wake up, our planet we are killin’;

Polluting all our resources, nothing left for the children.

Please think of the native americans before us.

Show respect for the mountains, open plains, and the forests.

Man-kind extinction, that’s what we are facing.

We maintain our cell phones, but mother earth we are defacing.

There is no way to deny it, there are changes in our climate.

Warfare and shrapnel, we care more about gain capital,

than the reservation (resurrection) of our fragile planet.

(Drogo, they don’t hear me man! Wake em up!)

HEY YOU GUYS

Man-made chemicals, factories, vehicles; form death called smog.

Best believe we are breathing it all.

Children born with disabilities due to radiation in facilities.

Poisoned waters, West Virginia took it personal, I’m from there.

Nuclear bomb testing, gunned down while protesting.

This ignorance is persistent, mother earth needs our assistance.

Can’t stand by idly, there’s a fight brewing inside of me.

Elephants and rhinos getting murdered for their ivory.

Families misplaced, industries they replace THEM;

It’s all about the money, what about THEM?

Pipeline running through the MOUNTAINS.

Gator belts and shark skins.

Love comes from the heart AND soul.

Our young ones gotta know,

tickin’ time bomb, and the world about to blow….

world about to blow….

not a word about the blow….

word about the blow…

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Julia Butterfly Hill

Posted in Recommendations & Tributes with tags , , , , , , , on January 12, 2013 by Drogo

From 1997-1999 Julia Butterfly Hill lived in a 1500-year-old Redwood Tree named Luna. Her “tree-sitting” was part of the California logging protest movement. She has also written books and lectured on environmental subjects.

I met Julia at a lecture when she came to the Shepherdstown Nature Conservancy. I was very impressed with not only her ideas, but also her personality. I wrote her an email recently to try to reconnect, and she wrote back promptly and personally, with this…

“I am so glad to hear you are putting your care for the Earth into Action!!!

And i am blessed that my talk in WV resonated with you.

All the very, very best in your life and life’s work. – julia”

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