Divest your Super (Pack Up your Troubles)

Original words by George Powell (out of copyright)
Music by his brother Felix Powell

Divest your Super from the old Coal Mine
And smile, smile, smile
Divest your Super from the old Coal Mine
‘Cos fossil fuels are vile
What’s the use of profiting
No future in denial
So – Divest your super from the old Coal Mine
and Smile smile smile!

Divest your banking from that Coal Seam Gas
And smile, smile, smile
Divest your banking from that Coal Seam Gas
‘Cos fossil fuels are vile
What’s the use of mortgaging
If you’re building on denial
So – divest your banking from that Coal Seam Gas
And smile smile smile

Invest your money with your kids in mind
And Smile smile smile
Invest your money with your kids in mind
‘Cos fossil fuels are vile
What’s the use of parenting
If it’s only for a while
Invest your money with your kids in mind
And Smile smile smile

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Dough For Me

printable version here

tune: “Do-Re-Mi” (The Sound of Music)
music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II,
Source: Gas Free Hymn Book, Northern Rivers Campaign

Tune HERE

Let’s start at the very beginning
The very best place to start
When you read you begin with ABC,
When you mine you begin with
‘Dough for me’, ‘Dough for me’
The very first thoughts just happen to be ‘Dough for me’

(Spoken ) “let’s see if I can make it easier …”

Dough for those already rich,
Rai-sing toxins in the air,
Me-aning we will suffer too,
Far or near no matter where,
So persistent is the risk,
La-sting on and on and on,
Tee-tering on the edge of doom,
So the rich can have more
Dough, dough, dough, dough