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Talkin‘ Battle for Libya – Talkin‘ Battle for the World; Michel Montecrossa Single Release

‘Talkin‘ Battle for Libya – Talkin‘ Battle for the World’: released by Mira Sound Germany on Audio Single and DVD, is Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song about mercy, forgiveness and change based on compassion and goodwill.

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Michel Montecrossa says about
‘Talkin‘ Battle for Libya – Talkin‘ Battle for the World’:
“The battle for Libya is a battle for the world when victory brings mercy and forgiveness and not hatred and revenge.
The whole world needs a rise of civilization and not downfall into a barbarian age. Every change must be based on compassion and goodwill to be worthy of the world.
Let the past be past and bring the future of love and freedom, then not only the battle for Libya will be won but also the much greater battle for the world.”

Michel Montecrossa' Single ‘Talkin‘ Battle for Libya - Talkin‘ Battle for the World’

Single Cover: Michel Montecrossa’s Single ‘Talkin‘ Battle for Libya – Talkin‘ Battle for the World’

SONG LYRICS

TALKIN‘ BATTLE FOR LIBYA – TALKIN‘ BATTLE FOR THE WORLD
Talkin‘ Battle for Libya – Talkin‘ Battle for the World: / Victory for Libya means victory for the world / if it doesn’t mean bloodshed and cruel revenge, / if it will not bring conflicts of dirty power games.
Listen to me children of the future world, / learn from history not to repeat it again. / I sing today of the now that you think about / your today and now and keep tyrants out.
The battle for freedom is the battle of the world. / Wherever it is, it’s the battle of the young. / The young are made by love and for love they are born. / They shall bring love that makes all the world one.
Battle for Libya and for the World: / nations united bring peace to the earth. / The battle for Libya must bring end of sorrow / to be the sign of love for the world of tomorrow.
Victory of Libya must be a victory of mercy / and the end of things that are crazy. / Forgiveness, kindness and cooperation / are the victory needed for the whole world.
The world then will remember Libya’s rebellion / as a step and action on the upward path. / Future world of true intelligence demands / freedom of soul for the life of all.
Battle for Libya and for the world: / Each victory of love is good for the earth. / Each victory of love is good for us all. / Listen to me children of the bright coming dawn:
“Victory of rebellion / is a victory for the world / when changes come / without hate and pain.”
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa © Mira Sound Germany

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Talking Lines Of Fire – Michel Montecrossa Single & DVD release about default from Europe to America and everywhere

‘Talking Lines of Fire’, released by Mira Sound Germany on Audio Single and DVD, is Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song about default from Europe to America and everywhere.

Michel Montecrossa says about ‘Talking Lines of Fire’:
“We, the people, stand in the lines of fire of the battle that rages between governments and banks. It is a terrible fight for who’s next in world domination. But the world is the people’s world and in the end the people will create the future world. True governments must serve the people and true banking must help the work of the people to be successful. The ‘default’ from Europe to America and to everywhere is just a lie and a bluff to keep the people quiet and consenting to the all-out stealing of their tax money by the governments for handing it over to the banks in exchange for gaining positions in the big power-game. But the people will not stay forever in the lines of fire. The day is coming when they will demand true governments and true banks and will refuse to be kicked around and exploited. The people want justice, freedom and a fair world worth living and working for.”

Michel Montecrossa's Single 'Talking Lines Of Fire'

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Song Lyrics:
TALKING LINES OF FIRE
We go to the streets all over the world. / Banka-Gangstas take away the little we have. / They feed their greed on our tax money. / Food, job and housing are the lines of fire.
Food prices are high and wages low, / we can’t pay the rent for our home any more. / Trouble is creepin’ into our minds. / The banka gang is grinnin’ unkind.
In the lines of fire we struggle everywhere, / in Greece, in Italy, in Portugal and Spain, / in England, Ireland, Iceland and the whole world. / We, the people, understand very well.
Bankas rob the people’s tax money / and governments must stop that. / Governments are there to serve the people, / they aren’t there to make us poor.
Governments must establish real value banking / that invests in real work and in real products, / shares risk and profit on equal terms / so that the working hand will be free again.
The lines of fire are there all over the world. / People must unite for action freedom. / People know what people need / and together can right what went wrong.
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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The Healing Power Concert – Michel Montecrossa Album and DVD release

‘The Healing Power’ Climate Change Concert with New-Topical-Songs on Audio-CD and DVD for strengthening love as the basis of the future world

The Healing Power’ Climate Change Concert with new topical songs, released by Mira Sound Germany as Double Audio-CD and DVD is Michel Montecrossa’s ninth concert of the Future World & Climate Change Concert Tour 2011.
Performed in the Omnidiet Music-Hall in Mirapuri on 18th June 2011 the concert features 30 acoustic and electric songs for strengthening love as the basis of the future world including the title song ‘The Healing Power‘ and more up-to-date acoustic songs like ‘Germany Is Green For The Future Of Europe‘, ‘Die Vereinigten Staaten Des Planeten Erde‘, ‘Willy’s Song‘, ‘Ballad Of Lost Dreams‘, ‘Shakti Ballad‘, ‘When I Think Of Your Tomorrow‘ and ‘Way To The Well‘ as well as great electric songs like ‘How Many Oceans‘, ‘I Just Met A Soul‘, ‘Sweet Blessings‘ and 17 more acoustic and electric songs.
Mirakali and Diana Antara contribute heartfelt songs like ‘HealthyWorld‘ and ‘Happiness Is Our World‘.
Michel Montecrossa says about ‘The Healing Power’ Concert:
“Future World is the healing power. Future can heal wounds of today. The core of future’s healing power are sound human relations. From there love spreads into all activities of real world. Love shared by all humanity is the future world we need.”

 

‘The Healing Power’ Concert preview with selected songs:

The Songs, Disc One (Click the song title to read the lyrics):

  1. The Healing Power
  2. Germany Is Green For The Future Of Europe
  3. Die Vereinigten Staaten Des Planeten Erde
  4. Willy’s Song
  5. Healthy World
  6. Ballad Of Lost Dreams
  7. With A Greater Understanding
  8. Shakti Ballad
  9. Happiness Is Our World
  10. Give
  11. Mysterious
  12. On One Summer’s Morn
  13. Wonderspell
  14. Just Being With You
  15. When I Think Of Your Tomorrow #2
  16. Way To The Well
  17. Dream Of Love

The Songs, Disc Two (Click the song title to read the lyrics):

  1. How Many Oceans
  2. Hidden Well
  3. Love
  4. Greatest Power
  5. Unwinding Roads
  6. Love Is The Best Medicine
  7. I Just Met A Soul
  8. Living The Moment
  9. What A Night, What A Day
  10. True Light
  11. When I’m With You
  12. Love You
  13. Sweet Blessings

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release – Michel Montecrossa’s Single ‘In The Street’ dedicated to the Real Democracy Protests in Spain and the Young Europe Awakening

In The Street‘, Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song-Movement Audio Single and DVD released by Mira Sound Germany is dedicated to the Real Democracy Protests in Spain and the Young Europe Awakening.

Listen to the song ‘In The Street’ –  click here
Michel Montecrossa says about ‘In The Street’:
“Politics is cheap, you can’t trust a top thief. ‘In The Street’ is dedicated to the Real Democracy Protests in Spain and the Young Europe Awakening.”

Democracy Real Ya says:
“We are ordinary people. We are like you: people, who get up every morning to study, work or find a job, people who have family and friends. People, who work hard every day to provide a better future for those around us … We are all concerned and angry about the political, economic, and social outlook which we see around us: corruption among politicians, businessmen, bankers, leaving us helpless, without a voice… But if we join forces, we can change it. It’s time to change things, time to build a better society together… We need an ethical revolution. Instead of placing money above human beings, we shall put it back to our service. We are people, not products.”

In The Street -Michel Montecrossa's Single dedicated to the Real Democracy Protests in Spain and the Young Europe Awakening

Song Lyric
IN THE STREET
In the street I hear the song of understanding, / the fighting instinct of misunderstanding. / I’m standin’ at the corner rockin’ guitar wild, / I’m in the street seein’ people passin’ by.
I’m a-cryin’ with the window, nobody in sight. / I’m a-cryin’ with a job lost, livin’ I must and not die. / I’m a-cryin’ without tears, I have seen too much.
In the street there are the ladies, there are the gents. / You can decide if you call them the queens and the kings. / In the street there are the voices and there is the sin. / In your heart there is the answer and the angry scream.
They sell you and your work for a soulless price. / They know no mercy, you have a child and a wife. / Politics is cheap, you can’t trust a top thief.
Fight your way through, be tuffer than all lies. / You know you’re in the jungle – it’s no surprise. / If you kill enough you belong to the right. / You are the good if you give up your life.
No, I’m in the street, / I won’t lose my right to battle and to win, / to come out of the night, / to be with my loved ones and know the right side.
In the street it is rumblin’, it is underground. / The pavement is a-shakin’ and suddenly it comes: / the obvious difference between right and wrong, / the revolution of love and the moment to be strong.
The hunger is there to be unbound, / the hunger and the thirst to be young / with union and power to move on.
People must unite, for that they are born. / Shakin’ hands is not enough: Workin’ hands are strong. / People unite! Act as one! / Be the strength and not the weakness, get things done!
In the street you can’t hide, you have a face. / In the street it is simple and the way is straight. / In the street it is whatever you can do best.
In the street I hear the song of unrest. / The fighting instinct of the entire mess. / I’m standin’ at the corner, rockin’ guitar wild, / I’m in the street seein’ people passin’ by / and I see, yes, I see the morning light.
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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In The Street – Michel Montecrossa’s video dedicated to the Real Democracy Protests in Spain and the Young Europe Awakening

Watch here Michel Montecrossa’s video and song In The Street – dedicated to the Real Democracy Protests in Spain and the Young Europe Awakening

Michel Montecrossa says about ‘In The Street’:
Politics is cheap, you can’t trust a top thief. ‘In The Street’ is dedicated to the Real Democracy Protests in Spain and the Young Europe Awakening.

Democracy Real Ya says:
“We are ordinary people. We are like you: people, who get up every morning to study, work or find a job, people who have family and friends. People, who work hard every day to provide a better future for those around us… We are all concerned and angry about the political, economic, and social outlook which we see around us: corruption among politicians, businessmen, bankers, leaving us helpless, without a voice… But if we join forces, we can change it. It’s time to change things, time to build a better society together… We need an ethical revolution. Instead of placing money above human beings, we shall put it back to our
service. We are people, not products.”

Song Lyrics
In The Street
In the street I hear the song of understanding, / the fighting instinct of misunderstanding. / I’m standin’ at the corner rockin’ guitar wild, / I’m in the street seein’ people passin’ by.
I’m a-cryin’ with the window, nobody in sight. / I’m a-cryin’ with a job lost, livin’ I must and not die. / I’m a-cryin’ without tears, I have seen too much.
In the street there are the ladies, there are the gents. / You can decide if you call them the queens and the kings. / In the street there are the voices and there is the sin. / In your heart there is the answer and the angry scream.
They sell you and your work for a soulless price. / They know no mercy, you have a child and a wife. / Politics is cheap, you can’t trust a top thief.
Fight your way through, be tuffer than all lies. / You know you’re in the jungle – it’s no surprise. / If you kill enough you belong to the right. / You are the good if you give up your life.
No, I’m in the street, / I won’t lose my right to battle and to win, / to come out of the night, / to be with my loved ones and know the right side.
In the street it is rumblin’, it is underground. / The pavement is a-shakin’ and suddenly it comes: / the obvious difference between right and wrong, / the revolution of love and the moment to be strong.
The hunger is there to be unbound, / the hunger and the thirst to be young / with union and power to move on.
People must unite, for that they are born. / Shakin’ hands is not enough: Workin’ hands are strong. / People unite! Act as one! Be the strength and not the weakness, get things done!
In the street you can’t hide, you have a face. / In the street it is simple and the way is straight. / In the street it is whatever you can do best.
In the street I hear the song of unrest. / The fighting instinct of the entire mess. / I’m standin’ at the corner, rockin’ guitar wild, / I’m in the street seein’ people passin’ by / and I see, yes, I see the morning light.
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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Singin’ Future World – new Michel Montecrossa album and DVD release

‘Singin’ Future World’ Climate Change Concert with new topical songs, released by Mira Sound Germany as Double Audio-CD or DVD is Michel Montecrossa’s sixth concert of the Future World & Climate Change Concert Tour 2011.
Performed in the Omnidiet Music-Hall in Mirapuri on 23rd April 2011 the concert includes 22 forward looking acoustic and electric songs including the title song ‘Singin’ Future World‘ and more hot spot acoustic songs like ‘The Best Thing For America‘, ‘Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7‘, ‘Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song (Dedicated to the Fukushima Nuclear Plant)‘, ‘The Dream Of The People‘, ‘Talkin’ Sign Of The Future‘, ‘Beauty And Love Are Another Song‘ as well as great electric songs like ‘World Love Song‘,’We Are Beautiful When Our Hearts Are One‘, ‘Welcome Song‘, ‘Honey Sweet, Let’s Blow That Horn‘,’Find Your Own Way‘ and ‘Reflection‘.
Mirakali and Diana Antara contribute futurist songs like ‘Future Earth‘ and ‘Peaceful Heart‘.

Michel Montecrossa says about the ”‘Singin’ Future World’ Concert’:
Future World is movement in the making. Future World is like a song moving from tone to tone, from word to word. Actually it is always moving in the present. It’s tune is that of movin’ toward love or movin’ away from love.
You have to look and see in what directions leaders, governments and systems go: Toward love or away from love.
Always know your direction and let it be the direction toward love. Let your life be a song of love, it’s the best you can do for Future World in the making.”

Singin' Future World - Michel Montecrossa album

watch the ‘Singin’ Future World’ Concert preview with selected songs:

The Songs, Disc One (Click the song title to read the lyrics):

  1. Singin’ Future World (With The Girl From The Other Side Of The Street)
  2. The Best Thing For America
  3. Nuclear Power Saves Up To Threat Level 7
  4. Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song (Dedicated To The Fukushima Nuclear Plant)
  5. The Dream Of The People
  6. Talkin’ Sign Of The Future
  7. Beauty And Love Are Another Song
  8. Future Earth
  9. World Love Song
  10. Peaceful Heart
  11. We Are Beautiful When Our Hearts Are One
  12. Coming Home Into The Future

The Songs, Disc Two (Click the song title to read the lyrics):

  1. Man Of The Golden Star
  2. Children Of The Earth
  3. Welcome Song
  4. Glorious Heroes
  5. Honey Sweet, Let’s Blow That Horn
  6. Dreamflight
  7. Smile Of Light
  8. Dreambirth
  9. Find Your Own Way
  10. Reflection

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We Want Work! – new Michel Montecrossa song lyric

Here’s the song lyric of Michel Montecrossa’s song ‘We Want Work!’ (from the album ‘The Need Of The People’ Climate Change Concert). Further information about this album you find here

Listen to Michel Montecrossa’s song ‘We Want Work!’ – click here

Song Lyrics

We Want Work!

“We want work!” is the battle cry
all over the world, all over the sky.
So long as the world is run for the profit of a few
the cry will always be heard and be true.

The battle cry is singin’ along with you
and is showin’ what’s wrong and what to do,
and is singin’ the song of gettin’ together
and fixin’ the world for doin’ things better.

The profit grabbers are robbing you.
Fight and work hard against the mess of trouble surrounding you.
Your battle cry song is the weapon that makes you dare.
The right for work is the right of the people everywhere.

Speak your mind, your heart and soul.
Don’t get drowned in: “Everything goes!”
Your enemy is weakness that always says: “Don’t worry!
It’s good to go ragged, dirty and hungry!”

You want to work and I want to work.
We want to live the life we know we ought to.
We don’t want to be lonesome and empty and cruel,
miserable, starving, in debt and uncool.

Wall Street won’t do anything to cure you.
They laugh at you and tell you to live like dogs,
to live in scum holes, waiting and not thinking at all.
But the battle cry is there demanding work for all!

It rolls around in us like the seven seas.
It sings in all of us like the four winds
in slums and alleys and barren fields
and we march and we work until we win.

Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Here you can watch the DVD preview with selected songs of Michel Montecrossa’s ‘The Need Of The People’ Climate Change Concert ( including ‘We Want Work!)

‘Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song’ – New Michel Montecrossa song dedicated to the Fukushima Plant disaster

Cover - Michel Montecrossa's 'Talkin' End Game: It's The Radioactive Song'

Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song‘ Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song-Movement Audio-CD and DVD released by Mira Sound Germany is dedicated to the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster.


 
Michel Montecrossa says about ‘Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song’:
“Nuclear disasters, human disasters, natural disasters are all warnings and strong calls to turn to a higher evolution of consciousness.
In the emergence of a knowing instead of an ignorant humanity would be the hope for a more harmonious and less desctructive evolutionary drive on terrestrial world.”

Song Lyrics:
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song (Dedicated to the Fukushima Nuclear Plant)

Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / Push away the dark thoughts, see, yes, see the light of the One. / Latest news spreads the threat to this heart of mine: / Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant brought the demon time.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / It’s bad to feel alone with eyes like glittering’ holes. / My head aches from contaminated ham and eggs and juice. / Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant did it to you too.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / Italian clothings and recycled Japanese paper: / I will leave them on the floor and am a-runnin’ faster. / Yeah, man! Fukushima plant poses as the Endzeit master.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / The texture of vision changes. / Evolution in me is a-goin’ on. / We tube in to the city for a mega overthrill. / Like freak winds we are something’ / that can not be killed.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / Push away the dark thoughts, see, yes, see the light of the One. / Latest news spreads the threat to this heart of mine: / Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant brought the demon time.
Music & Lyrics by Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

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‘Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song’, Michel Montecrossa’s neueste Veröffentlichung der Topical Song Bewegung ist dem Fukushima Atomkraftwerk Desaster gewidmet.

Michel Montecrossa sagt über ‘Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song’:
“Nuclear disasters, human disasters, natural disasters are all warnings and strong calls to turn to a higher evolution of consciousness.
In the emergence of a knowing instead of an ignorant humanity would be the hope for a more harmonious and less desctructive evolutionary drive on terrestrial world.”

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Songtext:
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song (Dedicated to the Fukushima Nuclear Plant)Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / Push away the dark thoughts, see, yes, see the light of the One. / Latest news spreads the threat to this heart of mine: / Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant brought the demon time.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / It’s bad to feel alone with eyes like glittering’ holes. / My head aches from contaminated ham and eggs and juice. / Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant did it to you too.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / Italian clothings and recycled Japanese paper: / I will leave them on the floor and am a-runnin’ faster. / Yeah, man! Fukushima plant poses as the Endzeit master.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / The texture of vision changes. / Evolution in me is a-goin’ on. / We tube in to the city for a mega overthrill. / Like freak winds we are something’ / that can not be killed.
Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song. / Push away the dark thoughts, see, yes, see the light of the One. / Latest news spreads the threat to this heart of mine: / Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant brought the demon time.
Music & Lyrics by Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

CD Cover Talkin’ End Game: It’s The Radioactive Song (Dedicated to the Fukushima Nuclear Plant)

Cover - Michel Montecrossa's 'Talkin' End Game: It's The Radioactive Song'

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Maxi-Single Release ‘Solidarity With The People’ – Michel Montecrossa presents 5 New-Topical-Song-Movement Songs

‘Solidarity With The People’ – 5 New-Topical-Song-Movement Hits

Solidarity With The People - Michel Montecrossa's New-Topical-Song-Movement Maxi-Single

‘Solidarity With The People’ Michel Montecrossa’s new-topical-song-movement maxi single released by Mira Sound Germany presents the thrilling solo acoustic performances of the 5 Hit songs ‘Solidarity ‘, ‘I Have A Vision’, ‘The Government Is Out’, ‘Ruby Gate 17′ and ‘Tree On The Hill ‘.

Listen to Solidarity : ‘Solidarity

Listen to ‘I Have A Vision’ : I Have A Vision‘,

Listen to ‘The Government Is Out’ : The Government Is Out!‘,

Listen to ‘Ruby Gate 17’ : Ruby Gate 17

Listen to ‘Tree On The Hill : Tree On The Hill

Michel Montecrossa says about the songs:

Solidarity
A folk-rockin’ song for the people and a world where we all vote, eat, work, talk, plan, think and love together so that your people will know my people and we don’t lose the peace and the world along with it.
This song is written as a gesture of solidarity with the people of Egypt and all people who fight and work for a better tomorrow.

SOLIDARITY
Come on, pretty baby, listen to me, / do you know what’s a-goin’ on? / Storm and thunder are on the road, / the world is a-goin’ wrong!
The people are frightened, life’s goin’ down the drain, / too many families know too much pain. / Come on, pretty baby, give me your embrace: / The world is goin’ insane!
I need solidarity and you need it too. / I need your love to make it through. / You don’t want to suffer, don’t want to be killed. / You want my lovin’, want to feel the place.
You know, pretty baby, waterboardin’ ain’t cool. / In the neighborhood there is electroshockin’ too / and fingerbreakin’ nowhere is taboo. / But nobody can stop the freedom move,
the call for the better, for the change of all. / Nobody can silence the people who are all. / The people are we and we want to be free. / Governments are thieves, but we defend the real.
Our solidarity is the clue, / the clue of love to make it through. / We don’t want to suffer, don’t want to be killed. / War is not lovin’, makes us ill.
Come on, pretty baby, listen to me, / I give you my kiss for the way of peace. / I give you my body, give you my soul, / Let’s live the life of heaven and nothin’ will go wrong.
The people will rise, no horror is endless. / We are here for the future, are the future indeed. / No more brainwashin’ slavery and poverty. / Let us fight and work for tomorrow free!
You need solidarity and I need it too. / You need my love to make it through. / I don’t want to suffer, don’t want to be killed. / I want your lovin’, want to feel the peace.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

I Have A Vision
Is an intense bluesy song written with heartblood telling about the ideal of human unity manifested as the united states of planet earth. (U.S.E.)

I HAVE A VISION
I have a vision / of the United States of Planet Earth.
I have a vision / Of the u.s.a. taking the lead on this way.
I have a vision / of the U.N. changing into the world government.
I have a vision / of the united humanity moving into space age.
I have a vision / of the living celebration of humanity / in a world of peace and love / and joy unending.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

The Government Is Out!
A Topical Hit Song calling for freedom and end of totalitarian regimes, liberation of human rights, end of fear, apathy and prejudices.
It says: Pay attention and listen to the young. They need good education in a truthful society to make their own way.

THE GOVERNMENT IS OUT!
The government is out / it has played its role / and turned things upside down.
The government is out. / It has little to say / ‘cause change is coming from below.
The government is out. / The children chose another road / leading to the goal.
The government is out. / Daddies are no longer in / nor the mummies of forgotten wars.
The government is out / and its dying history / and I only trust the young.
The government is out / ‘cause courage from below / joins the vastness from above.
The time is now for  that to be. / The time it is for you and me, / for future free.
The government is out / and the message from the grave. / Green is the adventure.
The government is out / and its horror-terror. / Green is our tomorrow.
The government is out / and its brainwash-spell / and its politics of hell.
The government is out / and its killer-shit / and arguments of death.
The government is out / and its banka-gangstas / and their ways of greed.
The government is out, / strength of soul is in / and high light of truth.
The government is out, / time it is for future / and new earth to be.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Ruby Gate 17
A hot spot song about being 17 in the political and erotic turmoil of survival and emotions 21st century style.

RUBY GATE 17
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ when she’s not writin’ an E-mail, / has no one except the warden of the local jail?
Bunga bunga is one way, another her friend / with a good heart, helpin’ like every true man. / The warden is surprised, hears about the niece / of a far off president and sets her free.
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ when she’s not on the computer / or studyin’ the science of fat-removal?
Or cryin’ ‘cause her loved band went messy? / Is she in bed with her favorite teddy? / Or enjoyin’ peanut butter? / Or is she watching crazy soaps with her mother?
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ when she’s lost her iPhone / and is dinin’ with another president at home?
Her uncles fucked her when she was younger. / She likes pink and some things make her wonder. / She finds her iPhone under her bed / where she met a boy, for the first time had sex.
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ to a runaway / down paths where many runaways go astray?
A wild child she is for wild party life. / She escaped from a difficult site. / She is a girl worth lying for. / She is the chance to see a beautiful woman.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Tree On The Hill
Dedicated to the Unesco International Year of Forests. It is a strong reminder that we live through nature and can only survive with her.
It is an activist song by Michel Montecrossa who finances large scale afforestation in Mirapuri, the European Peace and futurist Eco-City in Italy. Mirapuri is a dynamic humanistic-spiritual community project founded by Michel Montecrossa.

TREE ON THE HILL
Tree on the Hill, I see you waiting still. / Tree of the knowledge, branching far beyond. / The fascists are hungry and time is running out. / The system is dangerous and you too. / Tree on the Hill, I’m a-waiting still.
The cops get payed and the criminal too. / The president likes money and the churchmen too. / All are running blindfold, why not you? / The rough road and the naked child, my Lord: Tree on the Hill, I’m a-hangin’ ‘round still.
The desert is hot and the lifeless street. / The dirt is rollin’ into the waters, if you please. / Light is shining, I live this dream. / Words are good only if power they give. / Tree on the Hill, standing in the wind. / Tree on the Hill, standing so still.
Let’s gather round the tree on the Hill.  Truth is the key ‘cause Love is so real. / Gather in the city for a better world. Tree on the hill, I see you waitin’ still, / and my dream is active Will, / and my dream is active Will.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Michel Montecrossa – all information: www.MichelMontecrossa.com

‘Solidarity With The People’, die neue Maxi-Single von Michel Montecrossa’s Topical Song Bewegung präsentiert 5 packende Akustik-Performances, aufgenommen während einem Solo-Konzert von Michel Montecrossa: ‘Solidarity‘, ‘I Have A Vision’, ‘The Government Is Out’, ‘Ruby Gate 17′ und ‘Tree On The Hill‘.

Hier Solidarity anhören: ‘Solidarity

Hier ‘I Have A Vision’ anhören: I Have A Vision‘,

Hier ‘The Government Is Out’: anhören: The Government Is Out!‘,

Hier ‘Ruby Gate 17’ anhören: Ruby Gate 17

Hier ‘Tree On The Hill anhören: Tree On The Hill

Solidarity With The People - Michel Montecrossa's New-Topical-Song-Movement Maxi-Single

Michel Montecrossa sagt zu den Songs:

‘Solidarity’ ist ein Folkrock Song für die Menschen und eine Welt, in der wir alle wählen, essen, arbeiten, reden, planen, denken und uns lieben und so eure Leute die Leute von uns kennenlernen und dadurch der Frieden – und die Welt gleich mit dazu – nicht verloren geht. Dieser Song ist eine Geste der Solidarität mit den Menschen in Ägypten und allen Menschen, die für eine bessere Zukunft kämpfen und arbeiten.

SOLIDARITY
Come on, pretty baby, listen to me, / do you know what’s a-goin’ on? / Storm and thunder are on the road, / the world is a-goin’ wrong!
The people are frightened, life’s goin’ down the drain, / too many families know too much pain. / Come on, pretty baby, give me your embrace: / The world is goin’ insane!
I need solidarity and you need it too. / I need your love to make it through. / You don’t want to suffer, don’t want to be killed. / You want my lovin’, want to feel the place.
You know, pretty baby, waterboardin’ ain’t cool. / In the neighborhood there is electroshockin’ too / and fingerbreakin’ nowhere is taboo. / But nobody can stop the freedom move,
the call for the better, for the change of all. / Nobody can silence the people who are all. / The people are we and we want to be free. / Governments are thieves, but we defend the real.
Our solidarity is the clue, / the clue of love to make it through. / We don’t want to suffer, don’t want to be killed. / War is not lovin’, makes us ill.
Come on, pretty baby, listen to me, / I give you my kiss for the way of peace. / I give you my body, give you my soul, / Let’s live the life of heaven and nothin’ will go wrong.
The people will rise, no horror is endless. / We are here for the future, are the future indeed. / No more brainwashin’ slavery and poverty. / Let us fight and work for tomorrow free!
You need solidarity and I need it too. / You need my love to make it through. / I don’t want to suffer, don’t want to be killed. / I want your lovin’, want to feel the peace.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

I Have A Vision
Ein intensiver Blues Song geschrieben mit Herzblut, der vom Ideal menschlicher Einheit in Form der Vereinigten Staaten des Planeten Erde erzählt (die U.S.E. stehend für United States of Planet Earth)

I HAVE A VISION
I have a vision / of the United States of Planet Earth.
I have a vision / Of the u.s.a. taking the lead on this way.
I have a vision / of the U.N. changing into the world government.
I have a vision / of the united humanity moving into space age.
I have a vision / of the living celebration of humanity / in a world of peace and love / and joy unending.

The Government Is Out!
Ein Topical Hit Song, der ein Ruf nach Freiheit und der Beendigung von totalitären Regimen ist und dazu auffordert, die Menschenrechte frei zu setzen und Angst, Apathie und Vorurteile zu beenden.

Die Aussage des Songs: Sei aufmerksam und hör den jungen Menschen zu. Sie brauchen eine gute Bildung in einer wahrheitsliebenden Gesellschaft, um ihren eigenen Weg zu gehen.

THE GOVERNMENT IS OUT!
The government is out / it has played its role / and turned things upside down.
The government is out. / It has little to say / ‘cause change is coming from below.
The government is out. / The children chose another road / leading to the goal.
The government is out. / Daddies are no longer in / nor the mummies of forgotten wars.
The government is out / and its dying history / and I only trust the young.
The government is out / ‘cause courage from below / joins the vastness from above.
The time is now for  that to be. / The time it is for you and me, / for future free.
The government is out / and the message from the grave. / Green is the adventure.
The government is out / and its horror-terror. / Green is our tomorrow.
The government is out / and its brainwash-spell / and its politics of hell.
The government is out / and its killer-shit / and arguments of death.
The government is out / and its banka-gangstas / and their ways of greed.
The government is out, / strength of soul is in / and high light of truth.
The government is out, / time it is for future / and new earth to be.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Ruby Gate 17
Ein Hotspot Song über Leben als 17-Jährige in dem Geflecht von politischem und erotischem Tumult, von Überleben und Gefühlen im Stil des 21. Jahrhundert.

RUBY GATE 17
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ when she’s not writin’ an E-mail, / has no one except the warden of the local jail?
Bunga bunga is one way, another her friend / with a good heart, helpin’ like every true man. / The warden is surprised, hears about the niece / of a far off president and sets her free.
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ when she’s not on the computer / or studyin’ the science of fat-removal?
Or cryin’ ‘cause her loved band went messy? / Is she in bed with her favorite teddy? / Or enjoyin’ peanut butter? / Or is she watching crazy soaps with her mother?
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ when she’s lost her iPhone / and is dinin’ with another president at home?
Her uncles fucked her when she was younger. / She likes pink and some things make her wonder. / She finds her iPhone under her bed / where she met a boy, for the first time had sex.
Ruby Gate 17: How is the life / of a young girl runnin’, both day and night? / What’s happenin’ to a runaway / down paths where many runaways go astray?
A wild child she is for wild party life. / She escaped from a difficult site. / She is a girl worth lying for. / She is the chance to see a beautiful woman.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Tree On The Hill
Ein Song, der dem Internationalen Unesco Jahr der Wälder (2011) gewidmet ist. Der Song soll ins Gedächtnis rufen, dass es die Natur ist, die unser Leben ermöglicht und dass wir nur mit ihr überleben können.
Es ist der Song eines Aktivisten: Michel Montecrossa finanziert großflächige Aufforstung in Mirapuri, der europäischen Friedens- und Öko-Stadt in Italien. Mirapuri ist ein dynamisches humanistisch-spirituelles Gemeinschaftsprojekt, welches von Michel Montecrossa gegründet wurde.

TREE ON THE HILL
Tree on the Hill, I see you waiting still. / Tree of the knowledge, branching far beyond. / The fascists are hungry and time is running out. / The system is dangerous and you too. / Tree on the Hill, I’m a-waiting still.
The cops get payed and the criminal too. / The president likes money and the churchmen too. / All are running blindfold, why not you? / The rough road and the naked child, my Lord: Tree on the Hill, I’m a-hangin’ ‘round still.
The desert is hot and the lifeless street. / The dirt is rollin’ into the waters, if you please. / Light is shining, I live this dream. / Words are good only if power they give. / Tree on the Hill, standing in the wind. / Tree on the Hill, standing so still.
Let’s gather round the tree on the Hill.  Truth is the key ‘cause Love is so real. / Gather in the city for a better world. Tree on the hill, I see you waitin’ still, / and my dream is active Will, / and my dream is active Will.

– Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany

Michel Montecrossa – alle Infos: www.MichelMontecrossa.com