With similarly stunning vocal harmonies as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, this song asks the question "What's become of the promises and dreams of the Baby Boomer Woodstock Generation?" Cleverly sound alike the original Woodstock song, important political and societal questions are raised. Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Neil Young
Description: With similarly stunning vocal harmonies as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, this song asks the question "What's become of the promises and dreams of the Baby Boomer Woodstock Generation?" Cleverly sound alike the original Woodstock song, important political and societal questions are raised.
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CHORUS I'm protesting woodstock nation How'd we stray so far away? Held a promise now forsaken Lost our vision, lost our way We were birthing new salvation We had the world’s complete attention I'm protesting Woodstock Nation We let the dream just fade away
Baby boomers, early bloomers built a miracle Yazgar's farm, a world of charm, became the oracle The air was sweet, with hope replete, the music so brand new Half a million sharing peace, the future in clear view
REPEAT CHORUS V 2: Say goodbye to reason, you’re either Left or Right Just pin a label, lay the blame, its all so black or white Fulfilled in our intolerance, it couldn’t get much worse, How could it be our brave new world’s becoming such a curse?
We came upon the child of God And took the other road We slipped into our parent's shoes To walk streets paved with fool's gold.
Can’t get back to the garden…
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