1. I Am the Future

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    Live at the Jubilee Auditorium, Nov. 3, 2014, as part of Voices of Nature Day Edmonton. Written by Holly Arntzen and Kevin Wright LYRICS When you think of the distant future Do you see anything at all? Will the planet keep on spinning Or will it fall? Looking at the constellations That come back every night Fourteen billion years of Evolution in sight CHORUS I… I am I am the future, I’m the new We… we are We are the future and we’re counting on you You can hear it in the forest falling And in the songbirds’ song And in the voices calling “Don’t take too long” Do you think of what I’ll be doing After you have left this earth? Picking up the pieces You’ve got to first CHORUS x2 I am stardust I am a living, breathing galaxy With every second, thought, word and deed The future comes true in me CHORUS x3

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    • Voices of Nature

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      Live at the Jubilee Auditorium, Nov. 3, 2014, as part of Voices of Nature Day Edmonton. Written by Holly Arntzen and Stephen Foster LYRICS Sun is shining…everything is so dry Voices of nature sing for every living thing Weather report says it’s another record high Voices of nature sing for every living thing In the rainforest thirsty cedar trees sigh CHORUS Sing for rain, Sing for sunshine Just enough at the right time Voices of Nature sing, for every living thing Sing for snow on the mountains Flocks of birds beyond counting Voices of Nature sing, for every living thing Not enough water…people go to war Do you hear meadowlarks calling any more? Disappearing wildlife… what are we fighting for? CHORUS Drought on the prairies… and in Afghanistan Will we keep pumping oil… as fast as we can? Changing weather, making deserts… turning soil into sand CHORUS

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      • Blue Sky

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        Live at the Jubilee Auditorium, Nov. 3, 2014, as part of Voices of Nature Day Edmonton. Written by Holly Arntzen and Kevin Wright LYRICS Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be I wake up, go outside and think about the day And of the path I’ll take to get me on my way Voices in the news tell me things look a little grey But I know, collective souls are finding ways to say Chorus Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be Blue sky… blue sky I can walk, get on two wheels or maybe take a train It might take a little longer but I get there just the same Breathe deep, get strong, play the carbon game Walk a little lighter now, help to fuel the flame Chorus Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be Blue sky… blue sky Guitar solo and chant Chorus Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be Let’s blue sky, let’s imagine Let’s get a dream of how good things can be Blue sky… blue sky

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        • Landfill Blues

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          Live at the Jubilee Auditorium, Nov. 3, 2014, as part of Voices of Nature Day Edmonton. Written by Holly Arntzen and Stephen Foster LYRICS Rubber tires are no longer allowed to be shoved into a dump Paint and paper, batteries and even wood should be kept out Drywall is something that should not rot Lots of things today require a second thought CHORUS: So…where are the worms and wasps? And those creatures our dumps forgot Overflowing landfill blues Alchemists tried to turn lead into gold Nowadays wildlife is just looking for a home Plastic bottles just don’t rot Lots of things today require a second thought CHORUS Pop cans into aircraft, plastic bottles into clothes Recycle paper please—save a few trees…what about our honey bees? Glass if you choose can be reused Something you don’t need can be refused CHORUS Our footprint is out of hand, we’ve become the reason why Waste into methane, greenhouse gas into the sky Most containers just don’t rot Lots of things today require a second thought CHORUS Landfills can’t keep growing bigger in every way These dumps are mines of the future, and graves of yesterday Aluminium is something that just don’t rot Lots of things today require a second thought CHORUS

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          • Mr. Douglas

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            Live at the Jubilee Auditorium, Nov. 3, 2014, as part of Voices of Nature Day Edmonton. Written by Holly Arntzen and Kevin Wright LYRICS I've been around since before Ghengis Khan And the first book published in China In the olden days in the time of crusades I was born in Koksilah I was just four hundred when the Vikings sailed And first set foot in North America First Nations saw white guys... with blue eyes I was there through it all CHORUS They call me (they call me) Mr. Douglas (Mr. Douglas) I get respect, cause you know When you get this old they call you (they call you) Mr. Douglas (Mr. Douglas) One of the oldest living things on Earth VERSE 2 I'd been around for eight hundred years When Columbus crossed the Atlantic And when the African Queen made it up on the screen By then I was totally gigantic Hurricane winds in the Cowichan Valley Were howlin' through the grove I stood my ground while my friends were blown down I was there through it all CHORUS X2 They call me (they call me) Mr. Douglas (Mr. Douglas) I get respect, cause you know When you get this old they call you (they call you) Mr. Douglas (Mr. Douglas) One of the oldest living things on Earth BRIDGE Many brothers have fallen To machines and attitude There used to be so many of us... but now so few INSTRUMENTAL CHORUS X2

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            • Up Your Watershed!

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              Live at the Jubilee Auditorium, Nov. 3, 2014, as part of Voices of Nature Day Edmonton. Written by Holly Arntzen and Kevin Wright LYRICS Redbacks crusin’up the Fraser River And the Pinks are doing it too Fightin’ their way up river valleys Shootin’ through those Grizzly alleys Salmon runnin’ I hope they’re coming soon Up Your Watershed! People wondering, where are the Sockeye Did they get lost or hit the wall What’s been happening in the ocean There must have been some big commotion Are they fashionably late or coming at all Up Your Watershed! CHORUS Up your watershed Up your watershed Up your watershed Understanding this ain’t rocket science We know what we’re doing wrong Calling all people with a heart This is a good place to start There’s a party with a purpose going on Up Your Watershed! CHORUS Up your watershed Up your watershed Up your watershed Guitar solo CHORUS

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              • Felipe Remembrance Session

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                This video is for Andres Felipe Caicedo and everyone who knew Felipe, whether personally, through a friend, or who just had the chance to maybe interact with him once throughout his life time. Thank you for all of your positive energy Felipe! Your spirit lives on through all of the people you have connected with and you will always be remembered brother!

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                • Mike Lent

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                  • I Am the Future - The Wilds - (VON Day Edmonton 2013 Jubilee Auditorium)

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                    VOICES OF NATURE DAY - I AM THE FUTURE performed at the 2500 seat Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada celebrating Sustainability Awareness Week at the University of Alberta. Performed by The Wilds --- Holly Arntzen - vocals, dulcimer / Kevin Wright - vocals, congas / Shawn Soucy - drums / Mike Lent - bass / Karel Roessingh - keyboards / Robert Walsh - guitar. Featuring singers from Centennial and St. Lucy schools and audience members from 19 schools throughout Edmonton.

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                    • Bear in Buckingham Palace - The Wilds (VON Day Edmonton 2013 Jubilee Auditorium)

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                      VOICES OF NATURE DAY - BEAR IN BUCKINGHAM PALACE performed at the 2500 seat Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada celebrating Sustainability Awareness Week at the University of Alberta. Performed by The Wilds --- Holly Arntzen - vocals, dulcimer / Kevin Wright - vocals, congas / Shawn Soucy - drums / Mike Lent - bass / Karel Roessingh - keyboards / Robert Walsh - guitar. Featuring singers from Centennial and St. Lucy schools and audience members from 19 schools throughout Edmonton.

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