Can't You Feel The Curve of the Earth?

by Jeff Beam (NCPEA)

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This is a song originally found on Jeff Beam's album "Venus Flying Trapeze" (jeffbeam.bandcamp.com). This version features new lyrics pertaining to elder abuse awareness, recorded especially for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2011.

This song is sponsored by NCPEA, the National Committee for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (preventelderabuse.org). The mission of NCPEA is to prevent abuse, neglect, and exploitation of older persons and adults with disabilities through research advocacy, public & professional awareness, interdisciplinary exchange, and coalition-building.

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lyrics

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LYRICS
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You know the world keeps going 'round
It's getting older every year
You know the world keeps going 'round
No one should have to live in fear
We have to speak up far & wide
We can't leave anyone behind
You see we're young so we don't know
But one day you will too be old

You know the world keeps going 'round
It's getting older every year
You know the world keeps going 'round
No one should have to live in fear
Well we as people are defined
By how we treat our weakest kind
We have to keep this all in mind
So we can keep our heads held high
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credits

released 15 June 2011
- Jeff Beam (vocals, guitars, bass, drums, keys, xylophone, autoharp)
- Naythen Wilson (trumpets)

Recorded & mixed by Jeff Beam
Mastered by Chris Cambra

Original version appears on the album VENUS FLYING TRAPEZE.

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