Where Mahogany Once Stood


Skyscrapers now stand tall
Libraries with their books
Teenagers in their malls
Where Mahogany once stood

Millions of trees
Ripped to shreds
To meet meet the needs
Of we men

Making plastic grass
Cause we misunderstood
What we once had
Where Mahogany once stood

So forests mourn their friends
Like the pack of a wolf
As its all ripped to shred
Where Mahogany once stood

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