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The Australian future generation sings for action on the protection of the Amazon Jungle.

All proceeds will be donated to Amazon Watch, and NGO that has protected the rainforest and advanced the rights of Indigenous peoples in the Amazon Basin.

Recipient of the Highly Commended Certificate - Youth for Peace Award presented by the Psychologists for Peace Interest Group of the Australian Psychology Society (APS).

This collaboration between Australian young people and Miss Colombia emphasises on the critical importance of the Amazon Jungle for our world's sustainability. All people around the world depend on the Amazon, and specially the younger generation, however, the Amazon rainforest is under siege like never before.

The song is tangible evidence that young people in Australia are aware of Australia’s direct involvement in the Amazon rainforest through mining concessions, and they want these companies to listen to their voice, their worries, protect the ‘lung of the world’, by putting the environment and the well-being of future generations on top of the list, as they make their daily decisions.

Know more about the importance of the Amazon Jungle, 'the lungs of the Earth':

The critical role that the Amazon rainforest plays for life-sustainability in the planet is due to it being the largest remaining tropical rainforest in the world, providing food, water, wood, and medicines, and helping stabilise the Earth’s climate, by regulating the world’s oxygen, water, and carbon cycles (Leman, 2019). It produces between 6% and 20% of the oxygen in Earth's atmosphere, therefore the Amazon is often referred to as the "lungs of the planet" (McFall-Johnsen, 2019).

According to WWF, the Amazon also houses at least 10% of the world’s known biodiversity, including endemic and endangered flora and fauna, and its river accounts for 15-16% of the world’s total river discharge into the oceans. The Amazon River flows for more than 6,600 km, and with its hundreds of tributaries and streams contains the largest number of freshwater fish species in the world.

According to the Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA), about 9% (2.7 million) of the Amazon’s population is still made up of indigenous people – 350 different ethnic groups, more than 60 of which remain largely isolated (WWF).


Amazong jungle,
A a a a a Amazon jungle (repeat)

Lemur, jaguar, toucan, piranha;
swimming, crawling, climbing the trees.
Frogs, flamingos, electric eels,
all surrounded by the tropical breeze.

Amazon is the biggest rain forest
20% of the world’s oxygen
South America from East to West
Everyone smells its beautiful air.

Fire’s burning, machines churning,
It’s the only one, the Earth’s lung.
It’s bigger than us, bigger than your brain,
so we must not let it die in vein.

The lung of the world caught in flames,
we’re burning it down it’s us to blame.
It’s the largest jungle in the world
and all of our minds are twisted and curled

Amazong jungle,
A a a a a Amazon jungle (repeat)

The Amazon’s dying ‘cause we’re not trying,
soon enough, we’ll be out of time.
All this mining is just so blinding,
look at us committing the crime.

So many fires so many wires,
generations are falling to pieces.
Say no to fires, say no to roads,
say not to mines so save us all

Coal mines spreading everywhere,
no one cares so be aware.
Save the world and the vegetation
or it might get hyperventilation

Say no to fires, say no to roads,
we’re getting you here to have a voice.
Say not to mines, the earth erodes,
this may be our only choice.

Amazong jungle,
A a a a a Amazon jungle (repeat)


released March 3, 2021
Lyrics written and choruses recorded by year 6 students from Reservoir West Primary School (RWPS):
Asmaa Ahmed
Frank Andrianakis
Sophia Ang
Hani Awo
Sienna Rankin
Tarkyn Bryant
Jay Cairns
Riley Carroll
Stella Cunningham
Daniel Gelsumini
Elyjah Glen
Jasmine Hemdan
Aylish Hoban
Jasmine Kang
Peter Kargas
Sienna Lagana
Alana Mandanici
Dominic Mantello
Emma Milis
Nathan Murer
Steven Petropoulos
Lachlan Rees
Harriet Salmon
Mikail Shakeri
Samuel Shapartanis
Ethan Tran
Aaryan Vohra
Dane Yiannaros
Cai Chetcuti
Anthony Clark
Andrew Colaidis
Christian Dellios
Misha Dench
Emma Dodsworth
Sonia El Baset
Zac El Idrissi
Haysam El-Halabi
Josephine Fennell
Tristan Fuller
Luke Georgiev
Christopher Giannakoulakos
David Jones-Lerdprakun
Alexia Kakris
Rose Little
Sophie Liu
Eve Meagher
Farooq Mohammed
Benedict Murer
Annabelle Muscara
Ava Singleton
Joseph Springham
Iris Thompson
Rothko Thrush
Aiden Turker
Charley Vear
Ava Vidakis
Vaishu Singaraju

Music by Jorge Leiva, Claudia Escobar Vega and Mat Robb

David Jones-Lerprakun: Vocals
Eve Meagher: Vocals
Emma Milis: Vocals
Aaryan Vohra: Vocals
Frank Andrianakis: Vocals
Vocals and choruses recorded at RWPS by David Badrick and Jorge Leiva

Jorge Leiva: Percussion, beats, sound effects and synths
Mat Robb: Guitars
Camila Gonzalez: Bass
Jay Scarlett: Trombone
Anthony Tropea: Trumpet
Danielle Anderson aka Dandelion Jackson: Saxophone
Ursula Paez: Operatic vocals
Mixed by Oscar Vargas and Jorge Leiva

Art by Frank Andrianakis and Josephine Fennell

Special thanks to all the RWPS community and the class of 2020 for supporting and participating on the development of Amazong.


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