Chief Seattle Revival

by penna piper

Genre: Rock

Lyrics

CHIEF SEATTLE REVIVAL

man did not weave the web of life he is merely just a strand* whatever he does to the web he does to himself and all the land
what happens to the beast soon happens to the man this we know all things connected
now at the end of living… beginning of survival we need you now chief seattle

I wanna know geronimo i want to ask cochise
what are your thoughts on that chief seattle speech when back in 1854 he prophesied:
contaminate and suffocate in your own waste

no place to hear the unfurling leaves of spring no place to hear the rustle of insects wings…what is there to life if man can’t hear the lonely cries of whippoorwills at night? air shares its spirit with all the life he supports now man will devour the earth and leave behind only desert

at the end of living …beginning of survival we need you now chief seattle
I wanna know geronimo i want to ask cochise
what are your thoughts on that chief seattle speech when back in 1854 he prophesied:
contaminate and suffocate in your own waste: now becomes realized

what is man without the beast now that all the beasts are gone man will die a great loneliness…
at the end of living …beginning of survival we need a chief seattle revival : don’t wait or hesitate its not to late to incarnate for our fate and celebrate: chief seattle revival.

*1854 chief seattle word mythos in italic.

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