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Rated: E · Poetry · Children's · #574420
Want to teach children and teens how to recycle? Sing/chant the Pollution Rap.

The Pollution Rap

Pollution is a problem that we must repair
For everyone who lives here, it just ain't fair.
Recycling's the way that we must begin,
So let's toss those cans in a recycling bin.

I don't mean to sound like an old country hick,
But seeing all the plants die, makes me sick.
The animals are losing their fight to survive.
We gotta' do something to keep them alive.

Breathing is a sport I would like to try,
But smokers want to spoil it, I ask you why.
When I walk on the beaches, I step on trash.
Half of it is bottles that are good for cash.

So don't throw away that hardly used paper.
Use it again. Be a giver, not a taker.
Turn down the heater and wear an old sweater.
Let's all join in to make this world better.

Come on everybody, let's turn off those lights.
We'll save some power for our Saturday nights.
Pick up some litter, it's for you and for me.
It takes a whole world to be pollution free.


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