Environmental Songbook 39 / 101

It's Earth Hour

Music and lyrics by Annie Lynn

©2014 Annie Lynn/AnnieBirdd Music, LLC

www.annielynn.net

Earth Hour is a worldwide movement for the planet, organized by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).  The event is held annually encouraging, individuals, communities, households, and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour, from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. LOCAL TIME the third or fourth Saturday of March each year as a symbol of their commitment to the planet.

Earth Hour 2017 is on Saturday, March 25th.  PLEASE SHARE THIS SONG WITH AS MANY PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE. The USA is the WORST at observance of this event, with over 175 other countries participating fully. Let's change this!

For more information, current date, activities and ideas to help you celebrate Earth Hour: https://www.earthhour.org/

Lyrics

Verse 1:

Here we sit (here we sit)
We’re in the dark (we’re in the dark)

Why you ask (why you ask)
Would we do that (would we do that)

We’ve got big news (we’ve got big news)

We’re taking part (we’re taking part)

In Earth Hour, all over the world

CHORUS:

It's Earth Hour, it should be more than that
It’s Earth Hour, so no excuses cause they’ll just fall flat

Please do your part, turn out your lights
For at least an hour at 8:30 tonight
What a difference we can make..........

Verse 2:

Here we sit (here we sit)
We’re in the dark (we’re in the dark) Why you ask (why you ask)
Would we do that (would we do that) We’ve got big news (we’ve got big news) We’re taking part (we’re taking part)
In Earth Hour, all over the world
And we’ll work so the Earth will be fine.....

CHORUS

Child speaks: We’re going all the way to 9:30

Everyone: Woooooooo Hooooooo! 

For a FREE DOWNLOAD of the karaoke version go to Annie's CDBaby page: 
https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/annielynnchrisarmsfriend

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