New-Topical-Song ‘Günter Grass Is Right – World War Is Bad‘ by Michel Montecrossa

Günter Grass is right - World War is bad

Günter Grass Is Right – World War Is Bad‘ is Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Evolver-Song triggered by the Günter Grass poem ‘Was gesagt werden muss / What has to be said’’. It is about what the people want in times of World War fears, disinformation and big trading of weapons.

Günter Grass hat recht: Weltkrieg ist schlecht‘ ist Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Evolver-Song, der durch das kontroverse Günter Grass Gedicht ‘Was gesagt werden muss’ ausgelöst wurde. Es ist kein Song über Politik, sondern darüber, was die Leute sich in diesen Zeiten der Weltkriegsängste, der Desinformation und des groß angelegten Waffenhandels wünschen.

Michel Montecrossa says:
“‘GÜNTER GRASS HAT RECHT: WELTKRIEG IST SCHLECHT / GÜNTER GRASS IS RIGHT: WORLD WAR IS BAD ‘ is a New-Topical-Evolver-Song triggered by the controversial Günter Grass poem ‘Was gesagt werden muss / What has to be said’. It is not a song about politics but about what the people want in these times of world war fears, disinformation and big trading of weapons: The people want peace, unity, freedom, jobs, education and security for themselves and their children. They don’t want the destruction of their lives, brain messing and always more horrible weapons.
Listen to ordinary people in Israel or Iran and all over the world. They talk with each other in the internet and want peace, not war. To wish for the destruction of a nation is not what the people want. That’s why I sing this song triggered by a poem which is somewhat lopsided and certainly controversial, but at the same time a good occasion to think about ways for proper handling of complex realities which pose a threat to the life of us all.”

Michel Montecrossa sagt:
“‘GÜNTER GRASS HAT RECHT: WELTKRIEG IST SCHLECHT / GÜNTER GRASS IS RIGHT: WORLD WAR IS BAD’ ist ein New-Topical-Evolver-Song ausgelöst durch das kontroverse Günter Grass Gedicht ‘Was gesagt werden muss‘. Es ist kein Song über Politik, sondern darüber, was die Leute sich in diesen Zeiten der Weltkriegsängste, der Desinformation und des groß angelegten Waffenhandels wünschen:
Die Menschen wollen Frieden, Geeintsein, Freiheit, Arbeit, Ausbildung und Sicherheit für sich selbst und ihre Kinder. Sie wollen nicht, dass ihr Leben zerstört und ihr Denken manipuliert wird und dass immer mehr grauenvolle Waffen entstehen.
Hören wir auf die gewöhnlichen Leute in Israel, im Iran und überall in der Welt. Sie sprechen miteinander im Internet und möchten Frieden, nicht Krieg. Eine Nation zu vernichten ist nicht, was sie wollen. Deshalb singe ich dieses Lied, das durch ein Gedicht ausgelöst wurde, welches einigermaßen einseitig und ganz gewiss kontrovers ist, aber gleichzeitig einen guten Anhaltspunkt darstellt, über Wege nachzudenken, wie man komplexe Wirklichkeiten handhaben kann, die das Leben von uns allen bedrohen.”

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Michel Montecrossa Single 'Günter Grass hat recht: Weltkrieg is schlecht' (Günter Grass is right: World War is bad)

Song Lyrics

GÜNTER GRASS IS RIGHT: WORLD WAR IS BAD
Günter Grass is right: World War is bad. / We have to speak about the root of all / hate and misunderstanding, / of blindness and of anger, / of conflict and ill will.
Günter Grass is right: about facts we have to talk / free in mind and true, ready to find the ways / to peace and understanding, / to celebration of humanity, / to joy of human unity.
Günter Grass is right: trading of weapons is a danger / strengthening war in the world and willingness to kill. / Better let us strengthen / the readiness to live together / and to solve our problems together.
I see the people everywhere: they don’t want wars. / Old and young want peace and love for all the world, / good work and not poverty / freedom and the contacts / connecting all and making us happy.
Music, Lyrics & Drawings: Michel Montecrossa © Mira Sound Germany

Songtext

GÜNTER GRASS HAT RECHT: WELTKRIEG IST SCHLECHT
Günter Grass hat recht: Weltkrieg ist schlecht. / Man muss darüber reden, wo die Wurzeln sind / von Hass und Missverstehen, / von Blindheit und von Zorn, / von Streit und Gegeneinander.
Günter Grass hat recht: Über Fakten soll man sprechen, / frei im Geist und echt, bereit die Wege zu finden / zum Frieden und Verstehen, / zum Fest des Menschlich Seins, / zur Freude am Geeinten Leben.
Günter Grass hat recht: Waffenhandel ist gefährlich, / stärkt in der Welt den Krieg und die Bereitschaft zum Töten. / Stärken wir besser in uns / die Bereitschaft gemeinsam zu leben / und gemeinsam Probleme zu lösen.
Ich sehe die Leute überall: Sie wollen keine Kriege. / Alt und Jung möchten Frieden und Liebe für die Welt, / Gute Arbeit und nicht Not, / Freiheit und Kontakte, / die uns verbinden und glücklich machen.

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Michel Montecrossa sez: “The world of Love and Sweetness is the world where we are young ..” (& Photo)

Michel Montecrossa sez:
“The world of Love and Sweetness
is the world where we are young,
the world that lasts forever, the world that makes us one.”

– Michel Montecrossa (quote from 26th September 2017)

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Today’s Art: ‘Picture Poem 9’ – painting by Michel Montecrossa

Today’s Art: ‘Picture Poem 9’  – painting by Michel Montecrossa

’Picture Poem 9’ - painting by Michel Montecrossa

 

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CyberRock Tuesday, part 84 – Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan, part 34

Today’s CyberRock Tuesday presents the first Song Selection from ‘Don’t Cheat – Part one of Michel Montecrossa’s ‘Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2012’ – read here about the 2 Disc Set (Audio-CD & DVD) and download it here from iTunes.

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Michel Montecrossa says about ‘The Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2012 in Mirapuri’:
“The origin of the ‘Michel & Bob Dylan Fest Series’ was a man asking me if I could sing a Bob Dylan song in my next concert. I fulfilled his wish. After that I was asked ever more to include Bob Dylan songs in my concerts, as people said they like my way of singing Bob Dylan songs and they like to hear them together with my own songs as a positive and stimulating experience. Out of that the ‘Michel & Bob Dylan Fest Series’ evolved, beginning in 2001 and the ‘The Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2012′ is the 12th time that it happened. It includes my own new songs as well as Bob Dylan songs from 1961 till 2012. The opening song ‘Talking Big Festival Waves’ I wrote for celebrating in 2012 the 20th birthday of the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri, the City of Peace and Futureman in Europe, Italy. It is followed by a Bob Dylan song from 1961 ‘East Orange, New Jersey’, of which I only found the lyrics so that I composed my own tune for it. Some of the other Bob Dylan songs are co-written by Bob Dylan with other musicians like Bono from U2 (‘Love Rescue Me’), Helena Springs (‘Coming From The Heart’, ‘The Wandering Kind’), Michael Bolton (‘Steel Bars’), Tom Petty (‘Jammin’ Me’) and George Harrison from the Beatles (‘I Don’t Want To Do It’). ‘You Belong To Me’ is a 1952 monster hit by Chilton Price with some participation of Pee Wee King and Redd Stewart which was covered by Bob Dylan and used for the soundtrack of the 1994 movie ‘Natural Born Killers’. ‘The Love That Faded’ is a song composed by Bob Dylan for the lyrics with the same title by Hank Williams. The other tracks are Bob Dylan originals including rarities like ‘Jesus Is The One’, ‘Trouble In Mind’, ‘I Will Love Him’ and more. My own brands include New-Topical-Songs like ‘Don’t Cheat’, ‘Bouncin’! (With Gangsta Bankas And Corrupto Politos)’, ‘Try It Harder All Ye Helpless Leaders! Try It Harder!’, ‘Damn Hot – The Vision Of Balance’, ‘Cyberrocker Morfin’ U’, ‘Love & Unity Dance’, ‘Coffee And Sandwich Blues’ and many more.”

Talking Big Festival Waves (Michel Montecrossa)

East Orange, New Jersey (Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan)

Love Rescue Me (Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan)

Coming From The Heart (Michel Montecrossa sings Bob Dylan)

Movie: Michel Montecrossa’s Michel & Bob Dylan Fest 2012 at the Spirit of Woodstock Festival in Mirapuri (Preview)

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