Sound the alarm

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Seems its getting a little hot around here lately
Theres something in the air that takes my breath away
The rich are getting richer, sad satellite picture
Ain’t it a shame, theres just fashion and fame

Seems I might need to swallow a bitter pill
Two poles to freeze they need a soul to squeeze
Live in ethical squalor, burn us for a dollar
Theres gold in those trees, its an industrial disease

It might seem that you need to lend a hand
We all want to live in a better land
You can do this, you can try
Spread your wings and learn how to fly

and sound the alarm (4 times)

Think I might need to cool down a little baby
There something in my soul that got lost in the machine
I don't see the passion just suicide in fashion
So you sold us the drama, left us trapped in the dream

Well I have got a little itch in my brain
Just a little scratch would take the pain away
Anarchy in motion, too much plastic in the ocean
Glued to the street and the screen, listen like thieves

It might seem that you need to lend a hand
We all want to live in a better land
You can do this, you can try
Spread your wings and learn how to fly

and sound the alarm

The industrial revolution is all covered in rust
Rust never sleeps it just oxidises the trust
Two left feet, wont take you to the journeys end
You’ve got a big mouth, use your words to mend

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from Island tracks ep, track releases June 27, 2020

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Rusty Falcon TAS, Australia

Rusty Falcon is the alter ego of King Island musician Troy Smith. Songwriting with a story, music with feeling & passion, roots rock and ballads all performed in the honest Rusty Falcon way. Wild and Independent (just like his wild Bass Strait island home) Rusty Falcon lays the music out into the roaring forties air with a freshness that is beguiling and intriguing. ... more

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