Third Eye Blind Releases Occupy Protest Song

He’s singing: “Come on and meet me down at Zuccotti Park”:

Third Eye Blind – If There Ever Was A Time by thirdeyeblind

For another great Occupy song, watch this.

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  • http://tinyurl.com/7od26by wildshovel

    Pretty decent song by Third Eye Blind. At the very least, the band is stepping up, and coming out in support of the movement.

    Here’s another inspiring track, this one a new recording of the fist-shaking 60s protest / garage rock anthem “SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME”: http://tinyurl.com/7p93vvm

    The lyrics all too relevant, especially given the dismissive attitude the Powers That Be are taking with the 99% movement:

    “There’s a new sun rising up angry in the sky.
    There’s a new voice crying but not afraid to die.
    Let the old world make believe it’s blind and deaf and dumb
    BUT NOTHING CAN CHANGE THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME.

    There are changes lying ahead on every road.
    There are new thoughts ready and waiting to explode.
    When tomorrow is today, the bells will toll for some.
    BUT NOTHING CAN CHANGE THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME.

    The future’s coming on sweet and strong,
    And no-one’s gonna hold it back for long…

    There are new dreams crowding out old realities.
    There’s revolution sweeping in like a fresh new breeze.
    Let the old world make believe it’s blind and deaf and dumb,
    BUT NOTHING CAN CHANGE THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME. “

    • Lilly

      J’ai adoré ! :-)

      NOTHING CAN CHANGE THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME

  • Sam

    This is one of the most stupid posts that this blog has ever published.

    • christy

      I disagree.

  • charles sereno

    Why such a blackout? This is OLD.
    First start with this version with all the lyrics –
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq3BYw4xjxE
    then follow up with what happened at the Apec Conference before all the world leaders (including native son Obama). Mahalo Makana.
    http://www.staradvertiser.com/news/breaking/133776368.html

 

 

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