rawden lewis

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rawden lewis survived the british winter of 2013, and he rates that as one of the longest campaigns he's ever endured. more »

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Hymn For A New Age

The scars are on our valleys
The sewage in our streams
The smoke from motor engines
Kills air that no one cleans

Each field's full of pesticide
And all the crops are sprayed
Our greed's the only guide
When there's money to be made

The rainbows are in ruins
There's soot upon the sun
The only stars are neon
The birds are always dumb

The trees we climbed as children
The meadows where we played
All these are soon forgotten
When there's money to be made

We know we can't insure them
Their value can't be weighed
Yet we still go and...

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