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The Planter by Miriam Stoner

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Published on Aug 23, 2012

Miriam Stoner, a high school student from South Bend, Indiana wrote this song when she heard about a group of Colombian GM workers on a hunger strike outside the U.S. Embassy in Bogota. Visit www.witnessforpeace.org for more information and to take action to support these workers.

The Planter

If I had a seam to sew
I would sow tulips
Mary let your garden grow
Least you let it slip

I will not eat
I will not partake in your feast
I don't make to eat
If we don't taste at least we speak

If I had a beast to fight
I'd fight tongue and cheek
Maybe then I'd sleep at night
Lullaby- Solidarity

Oh, Can't you see?
It's all 'bout the do-re-mi
Oh, Can't you tell?
Them bastards are going to Hell

If I had a song to sing
I'd sing in a hum
Merely just an ear blessing
Extolling your green thumb

I will not eat
I will not partake in your feast
I don't make to eat
If we don't taste at least we speak

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