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17 Nov

Tunesday for Peace

Piggy backing off of yesterday’s Monday Mantra, this Tunesday post was inspired by recent world events.
It is a small roundup of some of our favorite peace songs.
One such song not in the playlist below (it isn’t on iTunes) is Michael Franti’s “Bomb the World.”
His lyrics so eloquently describe how we feel and so what better way to introduce the rest of our songs than through his words.

 

“Bomb The World”

 
Please tell me the reason
Behind the colors that you fly
Love just one nation
And the whole world we divide
You say you’re ‘sorry’
Say, ‘there is no other choice’
But god bless the people them
Who cannot raise their voice
 
We can chase down all our enemies
Bring them to their knees
We can bomb the world to pieces
But we can’t bomb it into peace
Whoa we may even find a solution
To hunger and disease
We can bomb the world to pieces
But we can’t bomb it into peace

 

Violence brings one thing
More more of the same
Military madness
The smell of flesh and burning pain
So I sing out to the masses
Stand up if you’re still sane!
To all of us gone crazy
I sing this one refrain

 

We can chase down all our enemies
Bring them to their knees
We can bomb the world to pieces
But we can’t bomb it into peace
Whoa we may even find a solution
To hunger and disease
We can bomb the world to pieces
But we can’t bomb it into peace

 

And I sing power to the peaceful
Love to the people y’all
Power to the peaceful
Love to the people y’all

We can chase down all our enemies
Bring them to their knees
We can bomb the world to pieces
But we can’t bomb it into peace
Whoa we may even find a solution
To hunger and disease
We can bomb the world to pieces
But we can’t bomb it into peace

 

Gabrielle Levy
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