Stand

(--words: D Delmar Davis music:Busholini; for the old growth)

Shortsighted men, in their greed and selfishness will, if permitted, rob our country of half its charm by their reckless extermination of all useful and beautiful wild things. -- President Theodore Roosevelt

Over a century, these trees have been around

And while the fires burned these trees have stood their ground

We hold them sacred here but now you come around

With all your greedy freinds who want to cut em down.

[chorus

This is more than I can stand!

Theres no supply for your demand!

Just like a fascist state. Your genocidal traits.

clearcut, sterilize, and then you plant a monoculture.

you are insatiable! its unsustainnable

you think you own the trees

but your not takin none of these

(trees) ]