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“Money don’t grow on trees, but really, money don’t mean a thing. Money, it comes and goes, just like the tide and the way the wind blows.”
Take a look at your lives. The way we live. Are you in a constant cycle of sleep, work, eat, sleep? We all feel that way at one or many points in time, but what’s it all for?
Our lives, they are a blessing, not a curse. We always look at some days could be better, but some days, they definitely COULD BE WORSE.
The truth from Sunshine Coast roots outfit, Bearfoot - all rolled into a sunny roots/reggae jam, urging you to lose yourself for four minutes and 36 seconds, let a smile grow upon your face, and stick it to the man.
Following on from the July release of ‘Dreamer’, the award-winning ‘Impolite’, and their first single, ‘Babylon’, ‘Could Be Worse’ represents the lighter side of Bearfoot, and will welcome in the next stage for the band.
I woke in the morning such a beautiful day
Had a swim in the ocean now I’m feeling okay
Can’t believe I’m already late for work
Betta slip on some shoes and put on a shirt
Rolling around now I’m picking up time
Smile on my face as I’m cruising by
Our lives are a blessing and not a curse
But some days could be better
And some days could be worse
Heard a man say
Money don’t grow on trees but really
Money don’t mean a thing
Money it comes and goes
Just like the tide and the way the wind blows
Said now money don’t grow on trees so ya
Make money where ya can
Give thanks to the most high
while sticking it to the man
released October 25, 2016
Produced & Mastered by Paul Bromley at Tanuki Lounge (2016)
Music by Bearfoot (A. Chapman, R. Fox, S. Keenan, R Nitschke, D. Khoury, S. Heywood)
Triptych Artwork by Awkward Chat
Bearfoot Paw Logo by R. Fox