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Everyone Is Doing So Well

by Lucy Leave

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about

'Everyone Is Doing So Well' is about trying to look after your mental health, struggling to communicate, while saving the planet and fighting fascism all at the same time, and draws on the art-punk of The Minutemen and the jazz-pop of Joni Mitchell.

The first release on the fledgling DIVINE SCHISM RECORDS.

credits

released January 24, 2020

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tags

Track Name: Permission To Protest
you say we’ve gotta do it in our own time:
weekends
you ‘understand our concerns’
but we’re ‘only hurting ourselves’

‘please express your apocalyptic terror
in a more orderly manner’
you say we’ve gotta do it in our own time:
weekends

with our 100% attendance record
what are we learning to learn?
training to be good employees
we’re getting ready to earn

‘somebody please, think of the children!’
why would we think of ourselves?
we’ve only got our futures to burn

we don’t need your permission to protest...

they’re saying now
we’ve got, maybe, 12 years?
and that 1.5 degrees might by too much, too late?
and we can’t spare a Friday?

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