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Manhattan in January

One of the more pleasing moments at TED a couple of weeks ago was singer Jill Sobule's poppy tongue-in-cheek celebration of global warming, Manhattan in January. Written in a matter of just a couple of days in response to Al Gore's powerful depiction of the current and potential state of global climate disaster, the song manages to be both amusing and very dark.

TED is now hosting an MP3 of a studio version of the song, free for the download.

Is this the first pop song about global warming?


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