Set The Water People Free 3


The song “Set The Water People Free” honors all of those who are helping protect the whales. Especially those who are on the open seas such as the Sea Shepherd crew. The Sea Shepherd pirates have put their lives at risk to save hundreds of these magnificent beings every year.

So we should all be taking a stand for the whale beings. Take the following actions that call on the IWC, our govermentment and other countries to stop commercial whaling.

Via Sea Shepherd: Take Action – Write Now!
Please take a moment to voice your opinion about the killing of whales. It is important that you write often to remind those in a position of power that the killing of whales is not acceptable in the 21st Century. Donate to them to the help keep whales happy. Take Action Now!

Via: Greenpeace: Whaling = Overexploit, cheat, deplete.
The International Whaling Commission has does what for the moratorium to commercial whaling that was established in 1986. Plus check out makingwaves/ archives/ whaling/ and Emergency-Oceans-Rescue-Plan/

Listen to SetTheWaterPeopleFree.mp3 here.

Set The Water People Free /stele c10
go little pirates be off to sea Am
may your boats tack swift and agile Em
to plead, entangle and stop big fiends Am
from hurting the whistling whales Em

set the water people free Dm
let them dive in oceans deep Am
set the water people free Dm
let them sing in oceans sweettt Am

go smart pirates be off to sea
to turn the murder ships around
take forth your honor and strategy
and compel their captains to run aground

set the water people free
let them play in oceans waves
set the water people free
let them kiss in oceans mistssss

go love pirates be off to sea
set sail into all human hearts
then yell a’hoy to the cetaceans
we’re gonna let the death ships rust apart

set the water people free
let them dive in oceans deep
set the water people free
let them sing in oceans sweet

Whale lovers are invited to donate a few dollars to help us get this environmental song polished up and out there. Substantial donors will get a copyright certificate for partial ownership of this eco song.

stele adds:
in the ocean
sonar sounds
screams in the ocean
then whales turn up drowned

Play> *SetTheWaterPeopleFree.mp3*
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*Whales Down* by Peter Adams. Peter sent this song to us. It calls on our govenment to stop the loud sonar that is hurting and killing the whales. Soul Men and Living Water are bonus songs in the mp3.

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in the ocean
electronic sound
sounds in the ocean
but the whales turn up drowned

in the waters dive deep down
whales our earth caretakers
stop the loud sound

so let life live – in the open sea
as nature gives – let it be
save the whales

waste of governments
find our life keys
resignation or harmful inclination
whales saved – where will they remain?
( break)
when you make love
it does feel good
know when you can
does it flow from the heart

(chorus 2)
so let life live as nature gives
let us be in the open sea
save the whales
(repeat first verse and chorus)

Sponsor this demo song with $1 – or more – so we can fine tune and record it so it will sound really nice. Then we’ll get it out there even more so it can help the people and the critters. Own part of the copyright and get your name on the by line. More info below.

Please pass this song around to friends and favorite musicians.

Musicians:: Arrange, record and remix a better version of this song. I may be able to share the copyright for your work.
Perform this song at your gigs to help our planet.
Fans:: Sponsor this song and get partial copyright — $44 can get you a copyright certificate showing your percentage of the copyright (the percentage varies depending on the song). By the way, $44 pays for a day of Stele’s life expenses including rent, food, guitar strings and other vitals). Plus, I will keep improving the song.
Artists:: Help us do a video for YouTube or do other multimedia goodies for the song.
Students:: Intern with Stele and help get this and other songs on the charts.

Sea Shepherd Whale Campaign

Sea Shepherd History / Dwarf Minke

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3 thoughts on “Set The Water People Free

  • SteleEly Post author

    Print these EarthE Awards to honor your friends for eco actions that they take to protect our oceans and the cetaceans, and for other eco actions.
    Paul Watson quote:
    The nature of the mass media today is such that the truth is irrelevant. What is true and what is right to the general public is what is defined as true and right by the mass media. Ronald Reagan understood that the facts are not relevant. The media reported what he said as fact. Follow-up investigation was “old news.” A headline comment on Monday’s newspaper far outweighs the revelation of inaccuracy revealed in a small box inside the paper on Tuesday or Wednesday.[28]

  • SteleEly Post author

    President Obama has imposed diplomatic sanctions on Iceland for its illegal commercial whaling. But that nation has resumed its slaughter of whales — and Icelandic companies tied to whaling should be targeted for tough economic sanctions.
    Pierce Brosnan, Actor and NRDC Member: Since 2006, Iceland has killed 280 endangered fin whales and more than 200 minke whales. In the last two years alone, it has exported millions of dollars worth of whale meat, blubber and oil to Japan, Norway, Latvia and Belarus. Iceland has not only flouted the ban on whaling, it has depleted whale populations at an alarming rate. It’s practically begging to be sanctioned.

  • SteleEly Post author

    Weighing up to 80 tons and almost twice the length of a school bus, the massive fin whale known as the greyhound of the sea for its swimming speed was the victim of decades of commercial slaughter that killed them by the tens of thousands each year. In 1982, with the species on the brink of extinction, the nations of the world agreed to a moratorium on commercial whaling, and this magnificent animal got a reprieve — except in Iceland, where the hunting and trading of fin whales has escalated in recent years.