Brian Alex

Brian Alex

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Lyrics

Letter To The World


Think back to a younger day, when your air was sweet with no acid rain
Not long ago your water we drank was as pure as the driven snow.
So I write you this formal note, that this letter signifies our open eyes. Ashes to ashes and dust from dust, I?m a man and your the mother earth.

Hear my letter to the World
Hear my letter to the World
Hear my letter to the World
Hear my letter to the World

A Amay Amasa A Amay Amasa A Amay Amasa A Amay Amasa

Fish are dying below in the streams, our children may not realize their dreams.
May be to late but we don?t know yet, could we ever clean up such a mess.
Your face is worn all your wrinkles show, from years of neglect though we should have known.
The red man tried to teach us long ago, we?re just man and your the mother earth...

Hear my letter to the World
Hear my letter to the World
Hear my letter to the World
Hear my letter to the World

A Amay Amasa A Amay Amasa A Amay Amasa A Amay Amasa


Copyright 1999 words by Brian Alex

Song Length
4:00
Genre
World - African
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Gourmet Food

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Brian Alex