The ‘Pulse of Europe Song’ is Michel Montecrossa’s New-Topical-Song dedicated to the future growth of the European Union as a great reality-creating Action Culture for building World Unity. He wrote the ‘Pulse of Europe Song’ apropos the 60th Anniversary of the Treaties of Rome which laid the foundations for the Europe we know today, ushering in the longest period of peace in written history in Europe. Michel Montecrossa sees Europe as a great progress-success of peoples and cultures on the way to find better solutions for changing the climate change, for changing racism, for changing social inequality and for changing war into peace.
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Michel Montecrossa about his New-Topical ‘Pulse of Europe Song’:
“My ‘Pulse of Europe Song’ is dedicated to the future growth of the European Union and its spirit of the Living Celebration of Humanity. Europe means Peace and Prosperity and means living the Free Identity of an Action Culture leading to World Unity. Therefore Europe must always grow in intensity and self renewing progress-energy of freedom and knowledge for all humanity.”
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PULSE OF EUROPE SONG
Pulse of Europe, Pulse of Time. / United Europe peaceful and kind, / a positive world of Freedom and Light / standing for all humankind.
Humanity, liberty, diversity smile / is Europe united, determined and wide. / A union of Peace and Prosperity, / a loving way to live Free Identity.
Let’s be the Pulse of Europe, my friends! / The Pulse of great progress-success / of peoples and cultures and expression free, / of wisdom and love and future feel.
Space Age is there and nature green. / Education is there that can make us see: / Europe is Action-Culture of you and me, / the cradle it can be of World Unity.
Pulse of Europe, Pulse of Time. / United Europe peaceful and kind, / a soulful world of Freedom and Light / standing for all humankind.
Lyrics & Music: Michel Montecrossa, © Mira Sound Germany