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We’ve Got the Whole World in Our Hands

Words:  Amy Raven, Raging Granny Eugene

We’ve got the whole world, in our hands,

We’ve got the whole wide world, in our hands,

We’ve got the whole world, in our hands,

We’ve got the whole world in our hands.

We’ve got the bear and the dolphin, in our hands,

We’ve got the owl and the squirrel, in our hands,

We’ve got the air we breathe, in our hands,

We’ve got all life in our hands.

 

We’ve got to stop the destruction of our lands,

Turn back those pipelines, take a stand,

Stop draining the planet, it’s in our hands,

We’ve got the whole world in our hands

We’ve got the lives of our future, in our hands,

We’ve got the new born babies, in our hands,

We’ve got decision-making power, in our hands,

We’ve got the whole world in our hands.

 

We can work together, with our hands,

Holding up each other, with our hands,

Standing strong together, holding hands,

We’ve got the whole world in our hands.

We’ve got the whole world, in our hands

We’ve got the whole wide world, in our hands,

We’ve got the whole world, in our hands

We’ve got the whole world, in our hands

 

Scientists’ Lament
(tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic)

We can’t say “global warming.”
We can’t say “Studies show…”
We can’t say “greenhouse gasses,”
We can’t say “Now we know…”
We’ve got to hide our science–
Never mention Kyoto,
Cause Donald’s head is in the sand.

 

But the facts are so alarming

That the planet earth is warming

Our emissions surely harming

But Donald’s head is in the sand.

 

He loves carbon dioxide!
He loves the SUVs!
He loves all the emissions–
Even lung disease!
He loves deregulation
And the censorship decrees,
Donald’s head is in the sand!

 

But the facts are so alarming

That the planet earth is warming

Our emissions surely harming

But Donald’s head is in the sand.

(Originally written by Monica Zucker, Seattle Raging Grannies. Revised 2013, Calgary Raging Grannies)