Goodbye Pangaea

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300 million years ago
Before the great landmass began to break and flow
The continents all were together
But it’s like they say, nothing lasts forever

After 150 million years had passed
Pangaea began to break apart at last
It broke into two large pieces of land
One was Laurasia and the other Gondwanaland

Singing so long, it’d be so good to see ya
But you’re long gone, goodbye Pangaea
You had your fun and you played your part
But now the time has come for you to drift apart
Singing so long, goodbye Pangaea

Plates were shifting, mountains were lifting
The pieces got smaller and they kept on drifting
Shifting boundaries, crumpling layers
India hit Asia and formed the Himalayas


After many years of drifting and grinding
The continents moved to where you now find em
But if you think we’re done with our driftin days
This is a just a stop along the way



from The Fossil Record, released May 10, 2019
drums: dustin jordan
bass: ryan mosley
guitars, vocals: ray hedgpeth

words and music by ray hedgpeth
2019 Improbable Futon Music ASCAP


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The Amoeba People Lakewood, California

The Amoeba People are musical ambassadors from the Planet Crouton, here to learn about our world, to unravel the wonders of its natural history, to study the life which inhabits it and to parse the mysteries of the human species by learning its dance moves. The band consists of Mr. Hedgpeth (captain), Mr. Jordan (navigator), and Mr. Mosley (engineer and technician). ... more

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