Mother Nature’s Done

(To the tune of “Mother Nature’s Son”)

Due to all the greenhouse gas – warming’s on the rise
All day long CO2 is heating things too much up in the skies

All of the utilities – going by the rules
Generating all the power they sell from fossil fuels

Find alternate energies – we’re under the gun
Get geothermal, nukes and solar pow’r everyone
Or Mother Nature’s done

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