What On Earth Are We Doing To Ourselves? (And To Each Other)

As scientists publish the most extensive warning yet on the risks of rising global temperatures., we re-issue this anthem by The Sensational Alex Salmond Gastric Band featuring Armando Iannucci on the catastrophe of climate change…

 

Think of the rain forests sitting all empty
Think of the atmosphere – soiled like a panty
Think of the ozone, torn to shreds
And those baby seals with their concussed heads

A thousand species disappear
Around about once a year
A thousand more are very poorly
Can’t we stop it? Surely.

Our eco system’s falling down
Falling down, falling down
Our eco system’s falling down
We’re all crazy
Let’s do something about it

If only we got our finger out
And stuck it in the ozone
We’d stop our polar ice caps
Sloshing about unfrozen

There is hope, there is a chance
The earth can be better
If we switch to something like
A catalytic converter

A million lives are lost
Because man can’t be tossed
A million more can be secure
If we use organic manure

Our eco system’s falling down
Falling down, falling down
Our eco system’s falling down
We’re all crazy
But we really can do something about it

We kill cows and kudu to feed our mammon
And slay the meek and hairy for a hunk of gammon
Yet our population grows 50 times its size
And will get worse unless we compulsorily sterilise

One billion people from Mull to Mogadishu
Daily propogate enormous issue
Another billion accidentally spawn
By dry humping without their clothes on

Our population’s going up
Going up, going up
Our population’s going up
It’s so crazy
We must enforce a programme of mandatory birth control on a massive scale

What on earth are we doing to ourselves (and each other)
What, what, what
On a massive scale

 

from the album Imagine There’s No Album by The Sensational Alex Salmond Gastric Band featuring Armando Iannucci

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