Every man has a right to live Love is all that we have to give Together we struggle by our will to survive And together we fight just to stay alive
Struggling man has got to move Struggling man no time to lose I’m a struggling man And I’ve got to move on
As the sun lights the day and the moon lights the night Struggling man keeps reaching for the higher heights So we plan for tomorrow as we live for today Like a flower we bloom, and then later fade away
Struggling man has got to move Struggling man no time to lose I’m a struggling man And I’ve got to move on…….
From the high trees in Mexico; On the way back to this Mexico, The great-grand Monarch will stir As she, this same time and there Starts a migration of off-springs At times winters meets springs.
In flight onto the vastness of Texas, They will briefly settle in Texas; As did cows, boys and their wives, Like an established glow of lifes. Waving cloud of flickering beauty, Floating yellow specks, so mighty.
The first generation will here pupa, Here crops feed and protect proper. Well fed, they cover up and mutate. These Milk-weeds they do cultivate Dictates their site, flight and path; After it, the caterpillars had sought.
Another generation is alone and going, Together following meals and dying. Onward northeast with their destiny, Eighty kilometers a day their mystery. Their next route only goes on forth; The generation that returns is fourth.
They had congregated in far Canada, This generation is journey harder. Their numbers much as to boast, As they wait out storms at the coast. At last in the Augusts clear season, They sprint four thousand miles of ocean.
If Human restlessness keeps its place, Together like they left this place; With earth where it was again in orbit And nature its only possible culprit, Southwest this living cloud always returns, To the same trees the Monarch returns.