Nunatak ‘How many people’ lyrics

August 9, 2007 at 9:51 pm | Posted in BAS, British Antarctic Survey, Live Earth, Lyrics, NERC, Nunatak, Videos | Leave a comment

How many people

I’ve got a plan for a revolution
I’ve got a plan to change our lives
We’ve got to end this stupid madness
We’ve got to put it all outside

In fact I shouldn’t even be here
We shouldn’t have it all inside
We’ve got to end the stupid madness
We’ve got to put it all outside

How many people feel the things we feel?
How many have slipped inside a soul?
How many people feel the things we feel?
How many have slipped inside a soul?

I’ve got a plan for a revolution
I’ve got a plan to change our lives
We’ve got to end this stupid madness
We’ve got to put it all outside

Many thanks to:

  • Linda Capper of British Antarctic Survey (BAS) who contacted the band and obtained these lyrics for all to enjoy
  • Sheila Anderson of Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) who helped me get in touch with Linda
  • Nunatak for inspiring so many people around the world with their performance for Live Earth on 7.7.07 at the British Antarctic Survey Rothera Research Station, Antarctica

Nunatak’s line up is:

  • Matt Balmer, physics engineer, on vocals and guitar
  • Tris Thorne, communications engineer, on fiddle
  • Ali Massey, marine biologist, on sax
  • Roger Stilwell, polar guide, on bass guitar
  • and Rob Webster, meteorologist, on drums

Now you can watch them again, and sing along!  Then send them a message on the YouTube site.

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