A Paradise of Life (Episode 8 – Adventure to the Amazon)

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on reddit
Share on email
Share on telegram




From the The Seekers Podcast. Episode 6 – Volcanoes

Music, Production by Jack Drewry
Lyrics by Ben Vardy
Vocals Jesse Meadows, Jack Drewry and Ben Vardy.

Brought to you by The Wardrobe Ensemble and The Wardrobe Theatre with the support of Arts Council England.

The Seekers Podcast is available here:

seekerspodcast.carrd.co/

www.thewardrobeensemble.com/podcast

Follow The Seekers here:

twitter.com/TheSeekersTWE

INTRO

Gammo: Trees so high, seems they could touch the sky, the air is
filled with sounds
(animal sounds)
Betty: Keep your EYES both open wide, cos there are creatures all around
(different animal sounds)
Alph: Oh we have to count the rare ones, which are written on our list,
(the sound of scribbling on a notebook)
Gammo: To make SURE they’re safe and sound,
All: because we’re conservationists,

Gammo: Up among canopy, and under lumpy logs,
looking for 2 legged humming-birds, AND four-legged frogs,

Alph: We’re seeking, we’re searching, we’re creepy crawly finders,
looking for 6 legged insects and 8 legged spiders

Gammo: Oh look, a baby Ocelot, a fierce forrest cat
With a streaky, stripey tail, and a sleeky, speckled, back

Betty: A see-through butterfly, with hints of black and pink,
Flying past, a sleepy sloth, catching 40 winks

The amazon is huge
It almost seems unreal
A paradise of life
In the heart of Brazil

200 INCHES – of rainfall each year
and never under 20 degrees (STAB)
More than half of the animals on earth
Live between these trees

Up among the canopy, and under lumpy logs,
looking for 2 legged humming-birds, AND four-legged frogs,

We’re seeking, we’re searching, we’re creepy crawly finders,
looking for 6 legged insects and 8 legged spiders

Betty: Woah, look at that huge colony of Carpenter ants, they look like a living carpet

Alph: Betty, we’ve already seen ants, let’s try and find something new

Betty: But, we haven’t seen THIS kind of ant yet

Alph: Huh?

Gammo: It’s true there are thousands of different kinds of ant species in the
rainforest, like:

Bullet ants, and turtle ants, and orange ants, and army ants,
honey coloured, trap jawed, long spined soldier ants
acrobat ants, leaf-cutter ants, Anderra Ants, Inundap ants,
Reddish brown, craggy bodied, hunchbacked worker ants

The amazon is huge
It almost seems unreal
This paradise of life
In the heart of Brazil

200 INCHES – of rainfall each year
and never under 20 degrees (STAB)
More than half of all the animals on earth
Live between these trees
Live between these trees
Live between
these
trees


Source by Jack Drewry

Leave a Replay

About MDX

MDX integrates management, production, distribution, digital media and business development, offering artists and institutions a comprehensive management alternative for all verticals

Recent Posts

Follow Us

Get in to the inner circle

Join our online realtime community at Discord

Meet artists, producers, fans. Get access to great industry knowhow from experts and more…