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AdLib On April - 21 - 2012

This Sunday is Earth Day and for those of us who don’t see it as 6,000 years old and flat (like Ron Paul’s head), it’s a time to celebrate the planet we live on and focus on trying to protect it for future generations of polluters…er…people!

So this weekend’s theme is anything and everything about Earth, as a planet in space, nature, weather and a great place to discard Twinkie wrappers.

Mother Earth – Neil Young

Big Yellow Taxi – Counting Crows

Nature’s Way – Spirit

Where Do the Children Play – Cat Stevens

Mercy, Mercy Me – Marvin Gaye

Show The Earth you care, you can lie face down on the ground and hug the ground or post songs here to celebrate Earth Day. Your call!

Categories: Music Thread

Written by AdLib

My motto is, "It is better to have blogged and lost hours of your day, than never to have blogged at all."

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  1. The James Gang--Tend My Garden/Garden Gate;

  2. jjgravitas says:

    The Art Of Noise -- Crusoe

  3. jjgravitas says:

    Paul McCartney -- Too Many People

    This may seem a bit off the subject, but the effect all our bad habits have on the world are amplified by the fact that there are just so darn many of us … running cars, power plants, air conditioners, cutting down forests for places to live -- none of it is good for the world.

    • jjgravitas says:

      Sorry to get preachy, but we’re now a planet of seven billion people -- that’s “billion” with a “B” -- and I thought it just had to be said. It’s not just about where we toss our chewing gum wrappers anymore.

  4. Cassandra Wilson--Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado);

  5. Santana--Europa (Earth’s Cry Heaven’s Smile)

  6. jjgravitas says:

    Pink Floyd -- Goodbye Blue Sky

  7. The Outlaws--Green Grass and High Tides;

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