Cool It

Raffi’s song “Cool It” is a musical call-to-action on Climate Change, urging the global community to come together to reduce CO2 emissions. It is also a toe-tapping rockabilly tune on global warming—the most pressing issue of the day, and perhaps our lifetimes. Recorded at Vancouver’s Blue Wave studios with top session players, Cool It got backing vocals from chanteuse Laurel Murphy and the staff of David Suzuki Foundation, including Dr. Suzuki himself. It was the theme song for David Suzuki’s 2007 cross-Canada bus tour to inspire action on global warming. With Cool It, Raffi again shows his unique talent for writing about important issues in diverse musical styles, and why he’s among the top songwriters of our time. COOL IT — The Global Cooling Song Words & music by Raffi © 2007, 2018 Homeland Publishing/Troubadour Music Inc. chorus cool it, cool it, cool this planet down, cool it, cool it down cool it, cool it, cool this planet down, cool it, cool it down 1 temperatures are rising, arctic ice is melting, polar bears are scrambling, the heat is all around, we’ve got to cool it down, cool it cool it down, appealing to the masses, to cut our greenhouse gases down 2 wacky weather here, stormy weather there, climate change is on us the signs are everywhere, we’ve got to cool it down, cool it cool it down, take shelter from the storm, come together — cool it down bridge governments & CEOs, hear the peoples call don’t leave your engines idle, there’s no time to stall all around the world, in the country and the towns there’s a growing global chorus and it’s ringing in the halls 2nd bridge do it for the children, do it for yourself everybody’s needed, everyone can help chorus we can do it, turn this world around, cool it cool it down cool it, cool it, cool this planet down, cool it cool it down

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