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Woodland Waltz

Woodland Waltz
 (Jim King)

 Cho:     Can you imagine a world without trees

Do you think you'd survive it for long

Put yourself to the test, try it with ease

Hold your breath for the rest of this song

 Hornbeam and willow, maple and elm
 Sycamore, chestnut and yew
 Rowan and redwood, hazel and birch
 Oak and holly, to name but a few

 The tropical rainforest burns day and night
 In Brazil they need land for the cow
 But the Amazon Basin, the lungs of the world
 Has a cancer that must be cured now

 The scale of destruction eases production
 Of beef for the hamburger king
 Those meat mafiosos, that's how it goes
 That's why I stand here and sing

 If you've no objection to making a buck
 And you don't think the future looks black
 If it comes to the end you could be out of luck
 If you had to inhale a Big Mac

 Last chorus:
 Can you imagine a world without trees
 How long do you think you'd survive
 Put yourself to the test, try it with ease
 Hold your breath for the rest of your life

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