Monday, November 14, 2016

Gordon Sumner, aka STING, has a new climate change theme song out now as a single titled ONE FINE DAY, but there is ONE FINE MISTAKE in the lyrics: Penguins do not live in Canada or in the waters of the Northwest Passage!

A Nice New Climate Rock Song with lyrics by STING: BUT Sting's new single ''ONE FINE DAY'' has penguins drowning in the waters of the NorthWest Passage in Canada: but penguins live only in Antarctica!

Earth to  STING: What you smokin', mate?

Does STING Have FactCheckers on His Staff?

[ h/t Sensei Hideo in Tokyo! ]


Lyrics to ''One Fine Day'' by STING

Today the North West Passage just got found, Three penguins and a bear got drowned.
(Uh, Sting, penguins are ocean swimmers, they cannot drown. And they do not live in
the Arctic, only in the southern hemisphere in Antarctica. When you perform the song live now, please find a new animal  to substitute for "penguins." Can do?)

Optimists say,
The future's just a place we've never been.
Histories say,
We're doomed to make the same mistakes again.

Between the two I can't decide,
Really I must choose a side.
I guess I’ll wake up smarter,
One fine day.

Apologists say,
The weather's just a cycle we can't change.
Scientists say,
We've pushed those cycles way beyond.

Dear leaders, please do something quick,
Time is up, the planet’s sick.
But hey, we'll all be grateful,
One fine day?

Today the North West Passage just got found,
Three penguins and a bear got drowned,

The ice they lived on disappeared,
Seems things are worse than some had feared.

It's progress of a kind,
Who knows what else we're going to find?
So do you trust your head or heart,
When things all seem to fall apart?
I guess we'll wake up smarter,
One fine day.

Today it's raining dogs and cats,
Rabbits jumping out of hats,
And now what's got us all agog,
Tomorrow it's a plague of frogs.
We must do something quick or die,
When snakes can talk and pigs will fly,
And we'll all be so much wiser,
One fine day...



Good feedback. I'll tell Sting. Thanks Dan.


''Good feedback. I'll tell Sting. Thanks Dan.'' a national rock music reporter based in Denver told me today.