"The Landscape Is Changing" as written by and Alan Wilder....
The landscape is changing
The landscape is crying
Thousand of acres of forest are dying
Carbon copies from the hills about forests lie
Acid streams are flowing ill across the countryside

'Cause I don't care if you're going nowhere
Just take good care of the world
I don't care if you're going nowhere
Just take good care of the world

Now we're rearranging
There's no use denying
Mountains and valleys
Can't you hear them sighing?
The solution or the certainty
Can you imagine this intrusion of their privacy?


Talking gestures
Some semblance of intelligence
Can we be grateful?
The security of ignorance


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"The Landscape Is Changing" as written by Alan Wilder

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    General CommentThis is an Excellent Song!For some reason people don't seem to pick up on songs that Alan wrote. This is a song about environmental destruction. The environmentalist movement was just getting started back in 1983 and most people were oblivious to the damage being done to the earth by modern industrial capitalism.
    Sozlukon December 22, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti also like how the sad core keyboard licks at the end of the song illustrate the sullenness he feels about the pollution, you can almost imagine pictures of torn down forrests and littered beaches
    newwavefan28on September 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think it's not nearly as good as Two Minutes Warning, the other song Alan Wilder wrote. It lacks a strong hook and the lyrics lack substance....
    blynxon February 22, 2007   Link

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