A Message to Scott Morrison

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This song is addressed to the Member for Cook, the 39th Treasure of Australia, the honourable Scott Morisson

Scotty put the coal down
And listen to this bold sound
I'm not happy with the bullshit that you're throwing 'round
I don't live in your electorate
But nevertheless I've got some issues that I'd like you to address
How are you creating a sustainable solution
By continuing to subsidise these dying institutions?
Even you should concede that some renewables are needed
Intervening in the free market?
I don't mean to sound conceited
But isn't that against your principles?
Don't be pressured by the right
Look into solar
See the light

Yo Scott
Here's some feedback from the next generation
New renewable energy isn't what we're afraid of
It's the idea that maybe there won't be another chance
That if we f*ck it up now we might be doomed
So take the right stance

Atoll nations like Tuvalu, Kiribati, the Marshall Islands, are already suffering the impacts of climate change and sea level rise
And are predicted by many of total extinction if nothing is done urgently
This cannot and must not be allowed to happen

Yeah you heard me right I'm really fuckin' scared
The ocean's coming for us fast and we need to prepare
If Polynesia sinks we've got a duty to be there
So tell your immigration minister he better beware
You better be thinking 'bout a future for your kids
'Cause if you keep this up we'll all be swimming in the shit
You can't deny it
I fear coal
And so does every kid I know
'Cause we gotta stand our ground
We don't wanna drown
So Scotty boy I got a question, man
You keep equating coal with economic turmoil
You gotta recognise the future needs a change of style
We need to do it now
No we can't just wait a while
The future's not just about getting re-elected
And with that in mind, your actions right now can't be defended
Take a look at this
Is this really where you wanna be
Think about it, man
Be on the right side of history

Yo Scott
Here's some feedback from the next generation
New renewable energy isn't what we're afraid of
It's the idea that maybe there won't be another chance
That if we f*ck it up now we might be doomed
So take the right stance

This is coal
Don't be 'fraid

And don't you pull that schtick about your jobs and growth
We're over it
We need a measured transition away from fossils
'Cause the repercussions are colossal
You can't have growth when your technology is archaic
So what needs to be done?
I'll say it
We need to slowly phase out fossils fuels including coal
And move toward our target set in the Kyoto Protocol
As a bare minimum
We really should do more
We've got commitments to our neighbours that we can't ignore
But a good start would be to not act like such a buffoon in parliament
That's the basis of my argument

Yo Scott
Here's some feedback from the next generation
New renewable energy isn't what we're afraid of

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