I don't have to wait until I'm in my early 60s, it's too slow to change jobs and too soon to die. As soon as the eastern whitening sun came out with ten thousand whips, the buildings in Taipei City stood up against the sky. I think my life is about to be useless, but this time I will not be useless. Today I must go and tell the government of this longevity: If the reservoir is made, the excrement will also be eaten. The lyrics are from a first-person perspective, describing the mood of the protesters going north overnight. Facing the future of being forced to change jobs after the construction of the reservoir, the old farmer roared indignantly with "if the reservoir is built, you can eat shit."
The riot police in front of the Legislative Yuan are old picture restoration like a wall, and the dark and wrinkled hands of the old farmers who have never been here still clenched Mr. Da Da, even though they trembled slightly, making the Hakka "folk song tune" sadly cross the wall. They believe that a high wall may be indestructible, but it can be shaken. Zhong Yongfeng paid tribute to the peasants who sang folk songs in front of the Legislative Yuan with a song "I'll Sing Folk Songs". From 1993, Jiaogong Band produced "I'll Sing Folk Songs" with "Anti-Meinong Reservoir" as the core. Later, the band disbanded and formed Shengxiang Band. In 2016, they released the album "Wei Zhuang" focusing on "Anti-Petrochemical Movement".
Zhong Yongfeng and Lin Shengxiang have always insisted on singing their own songs and telling the story of the land. The album is not only a sports documentary, but also marks the unique characteristics of the orchestra. Stand on the side of the egg and shout with a voice. Songs born from the environmental movement, marking the transformation of agricultural and industrial patterns and changes in energy development, in the light and warm, or heavy and solemn voices, nuclear energy, stamina five light, Guoguang Petrochemical, Meinong Reservoir and other issues Gotta be stared at.