List of songs about the environment

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This list of songs about the environment includes only songs whose author has an article in Wikipedia.

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  • 10,000 Maniacs - "Campfire Song", "Grey Victory", "Poison in the Well"

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  • JJ Cale - "Death in the Wilderness" "Stone River"
  • Cake - "Carbon Monoxide" and "Long Line of Cars"
  • Captain Beefheart - "Abba Zabba", "The Dust Blows Forward and the Dust Blows Back", "Flash Gordon's Ape", "Frownland", "Petrified Forest", "The Smithsonian Institute Blues", and "Wildlife"
  • Cat Stevens - "Where Do the Children Play"
  • Adriano Celentano - "Il Ragazzo del Via Gluck"
  • Chagall Guevara - “Murder in the Big House”
  • Darryl Cherney - "Where Are We Gonna Work When the Trees Are Gone?", "You Can't Clearcut Your Way to Heaven"
  • Childish Gambino - "Feels Like Summer"
  • Johnny Clegg and Savuka - "Cruel, Crazy, Beautiful World"
  • Julian Cope - "Pristine", "Promised Land", "Not Waving, but Drowning", "Western Front 1992 CE", "Hung Up and Hanging Out to Dry", "The American Lite", and "Las Vegas Basement"
  • Corb Lund - "Truth Comes Out"
  • Miley Cyrus - "Wake Up America" and "1 Sun"

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References[edit]

  1. ^ My Favourite Sings - Review by Rob Wynne
  2. ^ Nelson, Chris (19 November 1998). "Mudhoney Carry Grunge Torch: Despite Absence of Mainstream Success, Seattle Rockers Continue on the Musical Path They First Set Out on". Addicted to Noise. Retrieved 19 May 2019.
  3. ^ SongMeanings.com