5.0 out of 5 stars Love that's not superficial By Jeffrey A Campbell on September 5, 2013 I love this song, mainly because of the humor...but also because it speaks to different types of romantic attractions. The boyfriend of the "environmental girlfriend" is attracted to the way that she recycles ( how novel) and their mutual mailings to Congress about environmental concerns. Who would ever think of this? - it's great! The whole thing is packaged in what I call the Cleveland sound...faintly reminiscent of polka, yet lively and contemporary. It's a winner all the way around. I recommend this song to anyone who loves humor, ponders why couples get together, and likes lively music!
We'll sit around and talk about
the ozone and how the world might end.
We'll separate and sort all our trash Right into the recycle bin.
But the way you sort through all that waste, I know we're more than friends.
It's not the way you look, or the way you cook, It's the way you think that nature spins.
It's an all natural love sent from above,My environmental girlfriend.
We will protect our habitat, But not because it's a trend.
We'll balance our checks in the balance of life, We'll watch what we spend,
We'll recycle our glass and our memories and The cycle will never end. (Chorus)
We'll read our mail from our congressman, From the letters that we send;
We'll take our stance with the plants And trees but we will never bend.
We'll speak for those who cannot speak - It's those we will defend. (Chorus)