1. We Are The Many
    Lyrics and Music by Makana
    Makana Music LLC © 2011

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    We Are The Many

    Ye come here, gather 'round the stage
    The time has come for us to voice our rage
    Against the ones who've trapped us in a cage
    To steal from us the value of our wage

    From underneath the vestiture of law
    The lobbyists at Washington do gnaw
    At liberty, the bureaucrats guffaw
    And until they are purged, we won't withdraw

    We'll occupy the streets
    We'll occupy the courts
    We'll occupy the offices of you
    Till you do
    The bidding of the many, not the few

    Our nation was built upon the right
    Of every person to improve their plight
    But laws of this Republic they rewrite
    And now a few own everything in sight

    They own it free of liability
    They own, but they are not like you and me
    Their influence dictates legality
    And until they are stopped we are not free

    We'll occupy the streets
    We'll occupy the courts
    We'll occupy the offices of you
    Till you do
    The bidding of the many, not the few

    You enforce your monopolies with guns
    While sacrificing our daughters and sons
    But certain things belong to everyone
    Your thievery has left the people none

    So take heed of our notice to redress
    We have little to lose, we must confess
    Your empty words do leave us unimpressed
    A growing number join us in protest

    We occupy the streets
    We occupy the courts
    We occupy the offices of you
    Till you do
    The bidding of the many, not the few

    You can't divide us into sides
    And from our gaze, you cannot hide
    Denial serves to amplify
    And our allegiance you can't buy

    Our government is not for sale
    The banks do not deserve a bail
    We will not reward those who fail
    We will not move till we prevail

    We'll occupy the streets
    We'll occupy the courts
    We'll occupy the offices of you
    Till you do
    The bidding of the many, not the few

    We'll occupy the streets
    We'll occupy the courts
    We'll occupy the offices of you
    Till you do
    The bidding of the many, not the few

    We are the many
    You are the few

    Directed & Edited by Kamuela Vance
    Filmed by Tom Hackett & Kamuela Vance
    Creative Consultant: Evan Tector
    Thanks to 'Olelo Community Television
    All images Fair Use.
    Our heartfelt gratitude to the Artists and Photographers.

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  2. Produced by: Justin Cronkite
    Shot by: Maz Makhani
    Directed by: Dori Oskowitz

    I developed, pitched and produced this music video in October 2006, with new Director Dori Oskowitz and Roadunner Records. Shot in Vancouver CAN, at The Armory Studios, then finished the edit with hours and hours of stock footage to go through in Los Angeles. This was a very important project for us...I'm so proud of the final cut and what it has done for inspiring people worldwide. The Power Of One is POWER!

    *Thanks Nickelback/Roadrunner/Jeff C./Ron B.

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  3. Nickelback's video for "If Today Was Your Last Day" from their latest album, Dark Horse. Directed by Nigel Dick.


    Uploaded with permission by Union Entertainment Group (representing Nickelback). Contact zach@ueginc.com, the channel administrator, if there are any issues. Thanks!

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    The singer-songwriter is giving away mp3s of his iconic political masterpiece "We Can't Make It Here" (from his award-winning Childish Things).

    Fans are encouraged to use the free mp3 of "We Can't Make It Here" to create videos supporting the Occupy movement.

    To download the free mp3, click on this link: http://t.opsp.in/16JPL

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    Send your stories and videos to mcmurtrysite@gmail.com, or post to the James McMurtry Facebook Page. The best of the best will be featured on James McMurtry's website, http://www.jamesmcmurtry.com

    Message from James:
    We quit playing "We Can't Make It Here" for a year or two. We're playing it again because it seems to still be relevant, and that pretty much sucks for everybody but us. I know the song is still relevant because people are camped out along Wall Street and in front of City Halls around the country and around the globe, demanding a solution to the problems I tried to give light to when I put my song out seven years ago. They are mixed in age and economic status. Some are young and idealistic. Some are old enough to have had their ideals trampled upon a time or two. My son goes to school in the New York area and some of his friends have been involved in the protests. One was detained for nine hours without charge. This is not supposed to happen in our supposedly civilized nation. These people are getting roughed up, but the press only seems to notice when a victim of police brutality happens to be an Iraq war veteran. I'm guessing there are a good many vets in the crowd and the poor fellow in Oakland won't be the only one hurt. I suppose the cops think the protesters are breaking the law. Seems to me, the Bill of Rights guarantees the right to peaceful assembly. Meanwhile, the one percent, safely ensconced in the tall glass towers, does not have to break the law, because they get to write the law. I thought it was supposed to be the other way around, in a democracy. I think maybe my fourth grade teacher lied to me.

    Let your voice be heard.

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  5. Jodi James performs her original song, "The Road."

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