"New Mother Nature" as written by and Burton Cummings....
Jocko says "Yes," and I believe him
When we talk about the things I say
She hasn't got the faith or the guts to leave him
When they're standing in each other's way
You're tripping back now to places you've been to
You wonder what you're gonna find
You know you've been wrong but it won't be long
Before you leave 'em all far behind

Cause it's the new Mother Nature taking over
It's the new splendid lady come to call
It's the new Mother Nature taking over
She's gettin' us all
She's gettin' us all.

Jocko said "No," when I came back last time
It's looking like I lost a friend
No use callin' 'cause the sky is fallin'
And I'm getting pretty near the end
A smoke-filled room in a corner basement
The situation must be right
A bag of goodies and a bottle of wine
We're gonna get it on right tonight

Cause it's the new Mother Nature taking over
It's the new splendid lady come to call
It's the new Mother Nature taking over
She's gettin' us all
She's getting' us all


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"New Mother Nature" as written by Burton Cummings

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    General Commentthis isn't a different song it's part of no sugar tonight...it's just at the end...sheesh what asses.
    dwfp99on February 06, 2005   Link
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    General Commentya it's..... no sugar tonight/ new mother nature
    wheaties409on July 22, 2005   Link
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    General CommentApparently, according to a website I found that's devoted to the Guess Who, they were originally two seperate songs. Burton Cummings or somebody else had the bright idea to make the two songs one. It was a great move because the song is considered one their staple songs. I think both songs represent how the sexual revolution was affecting the relationships of the 60's and 70's. I'm not sure if that's correct, but it was worth a shot.
    OpinionHeadon May 03, 2006   Link

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