‘Think of the Trees’ by Ben Lawrance

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What is the feeling behind your song and how does it link to climate change?

I’m a big fan of walking in many of the lovely woodlands in Reading and the surrounding areas with my two canine companions. The song is a homage to our wonderful woodlands and the preservation of this beautiful areas.

What is your link to Reading?

I’m local born musician and have played in many bands in Reading over the years. In the last five years I’ve been regularly attending open mic nights around Berkshire and South Oxfordshire.

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Summarise the mood of the song: Lament

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