Power of nature will put everything in its place
Songs from all over dedicated “The forces of nature will put everything in its place!”
Songs were collected from countries: Russia, USA
Lyrics translated into English and Russian.
Russia: Atlantida Project & Noize MC / Jordan ”
Jamaica: Michael Jackson / Earth Song
Russia: Atlantida Project & Noize MC / Jordan
The song tells about the numerous conflicts of states and peoples, about how the “tower” of states regulates what is happening, creates imaginary goals and enemies, says that all problems are because of “them”, and we are good, although everything that happens is in the hands of that “happy ten” ”(A dozen, twenty, etc.) and it is calculated all this only with meat and zeros.
Interpretation options are quite numerous and the interpretation of the text is multifaceted. But if briefly and specifically on the issue, then the songwriters dream of peace.
Jordan is a huge metaphor for different people and religions that fight and fight for superiority among themselves. Once upon a time, the Jordan Valley was a tropical paradise and a flower garden of life. Today we can see a very small part of that nature, because wars of various kinds and, as a result, cataclysms drained the waters. The Jordan originates at the foot of Mount Hermon, on which those same glaciers should melt and give strength to the river. (By the way, filling the Sea of Galilee, and then also the Dead Sea, which also dried out significantly). If there is fresh water, then it means that everyone is “full” and there is no need and sense to wage a struggle for resources / territories / influence.
Russia: Michael Jackson / Earth Song
“Earth Song” (from the English – “Song of the Earth”) is a song of the American musician Michael Jackson. The third single from singer’s ninth studio album, HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I, was released on November 27, 1995 via Epic Records. The release in the USA and Canada did not take place. “Earth Song” – a composition designed in the style of a classic crossover and combining elements of blues and gospel. The text of the song draws the attention of listeners to human rights issues, poaching and environmental issues.