Retocai o céu de anil,
Bandeirolas no cordão,
Grande festa em toda nação
Despertai com orações o avanço industrial
Vem trazer nossa redenção
Tem garotas propaganda, aeromoças e ternura no cartaz
Basta olhar na parede e minha alegria num instante se
refaz
Pois temos o sorriso engarrafado, ja vem pronto e
tabelado,
É somente requentar,
E usar,
É somente requentar,
E usar,
Porque é Made, Made, Made
Made in Brazil
Porque é Made, Made, Made
Made in Brazil

Retocai o céu de anil,
Bandeirolas no cordão,
Grande festa em toda nação
Despertai com orações o avanço industrial
Vem trazer nossa redenção
Ai que vista moralista
Traz uma lista dos pecados da vetete
E tem jornal popular
Que... nunca se espreme porque pode derramar
É um banco de sangue encadernado,
Já vem pronto e tabelado
É somente folhear
E usar,
É somente folhear
E usar,
Porque é Made, Made, Made
Made in Brazil
Porque é Made, Made, Made
Made in Brazil


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    General CommentFirst of all, this song is not called 'Made in Brazil', it's called 'Parque Industrial'. Second, it's not written by Os Mutantes, and I'm not even sure they perform on it.

    It's by Tom Ze, and is from the album "Tropicalia ou Panis et Circensis" That album was a put out as a sort of mission statement for the Tropicalia movement (of which Os Mutates were members) and features collaborations between all the cheif members of Tropicalia including Os Mutantes.

    In case anyone's wondering, the first singer is Gilberto Gil, then Gal Costa, then Caetano Veloso, and then Tom Ze himself sings later on.

    That said, this is a freaking awesome song and is up there with Os Mutantes best, so anyone curious should check it out (and all the other tropicalia songs).
    Wrapidon June 13, 2008   Link

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