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VIDEO: Seattle enviros implore city council with ‘Tree Murder Song’ to combat ‘climate change’

In 1970, Joni Mitchell released the timeless classic “Big Yellow Taxi,” with the famous words, “They paved paradise, and put up a parking lot.”

Fifty years later, a new and improved version made its debut at the Seattle City Council’s Land Use and Neighborhoods Committee, where a mob of tree-huggers sang their hearts out to implore officials to “pass the tree ordinance, now!”

Nathalie Graham posted a video of the group performing the “Tree Murder Song” during the public comment portion of Wednesday’s meeting.

“There’s an unwelcome sight in the neighborhood, a developer is being greedy,” a white hair woman led the chorus. “There’s a hole in the sky where a tree once stood.

“Such a lack of light and sound, all that’s left is bare money ground. A magnificent tree was murdered. The mighty dollar cut it down,” she continued.

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