We can walk through the fields
And feeling nature's glow
But all the land is owned
There's none left for you or for me
This song is a lullaby written for his son Bingham. Bellamy is concerned about the planet and the effect that modern industrial society is having on it. In this lyric he is talking about how all land in the world is owned by someone, whether it be a government, corporation, or individual, and that there’s none left for the Bingham or anyone else for that matter.
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