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Jim Colyer

Save The Planet

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I am a Nashville songwriter. I wrote Save The Planet. We can contribute to global management and world peace. Listen://www.jimcolyer.com/music/

SAVE THE PLANET

We're floating on a grain of sand in the vastness of space

If future generations are going to inherit this place

We've got to Save The Planet

Do something while there's still time

Save The Planet

This earth is yours and mine

The tropical rainforest is disappearing more everyday

We'll never replace it, we'd better not burn it away

Save The Planet

The wonders of nature are free

Save The Planet

Have you ever planted a tree?

If the skies are blue

And the oceans too

Isn't this a better home for me and you?

If the air is clean

And the land is green

Wouldn't you like to be part of this lovely scene?

I'm thinking of the animals that once roamed the African plain

Their numbers have dwindled, and pretty soon none will remain

Save The Planet

Do something while there's still time

Save The Planet

This earth is yours and mine

Save The Planet

The wonders of nature are free

Save The Planet

Have you ever planted a tree?

Save The Planet

Save The Planet

Save The Planet

Save The Planet

c2005 Jim Colyer ASCAP http://www.jimcolyer.com/music/

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Thanx Jim, will have to give the songs a listen...and...Welcome to Beatking :strumma:

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She's quite lovely.

I'll give it a listen

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I found a singer for Save The Planet. Melissa Duvall is her name. We will record the song in Nashville and pitch it to Hard Rock Cafe. HRC uses Save The Planet as its logo. See a photo of Melissa at my site: http://www.jimcolyer.com

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I listened to the Edgar Winter clip. I remember him from the Frankenstein days. Man, that seems like a long while ago. Edgar's is more Gospel. Mine is more scientific. I wrote mine in 1990 for Frida of ABBA when she went through her environmental phase. She ended up doing Saltwater by Julian Lennon. I wrote 400 songs and feel Save The Planet is my best so I am finally going to record it. It is not country. It is pop. I want a production kind of like ELO in Xanadu, keyboard based, maybe like a big synthesizer ABBA production, not exactly disco but in that direction. I don't think the political climate at the moment favors an environmental song, but things change. It pays to be prepared. Thanks...Jim

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