Can you imagine if winter came to sunny California
Driving snow in hills among the windmills
Freezing all the power

Yo-ruk woman you are so handsome and i see that you pounded acorns in your mountain home
But the life you knew was lost forever when the diggers came in the gold rush days.

And when the sun sets and the western power fades
The lights go out and the stars will be so clear
A naked land deforested a white blanket of snow

As the engine stops to turn and the foils fall on the ground
Peaceful you wait for spring

And when the ice begins the melt in the new sun
You will began to find your song
Lost for so long under the noise

And the ice gets thinner, and the air is thinner, and the flow is quicker in the underground rivers and the song is louder and your voice is clearer.

I hear voices in the wind the unforgiving hurricane
Anger! Anger!
Love hope sorrow in the storm
Older than the canyon walls
Frozen scraping shifting weight
Water! Water!
Thirst all at once complete

Too many industries grew like weeds hogging the garden

And when the sun sets on the industrial age the night will pass and with the dawn all the spirits will be free.


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