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Beautiful & Haunting Song “Elephant in My Heart” Brings Attention to the Desperate Situation Our Elephants Are In

You may not be familiar with “Elephant in My Heart”. But once you hear Soleil Dakota’s sublime song the message and the haunting melody will shatter your heart.

It’s all the more haunting just knowing that time is running out for our elephants.

"Ivory Looks Best on It's Maker" "Say No To Ivory"

“Ivory Looks Best on It’s Maker” “Say No To Ivory”

 

Click here for the video “Elephant in My Heart

“I have an elephant in my heart, in my heart. I hear the elephant crying out. Stop the killing. No more killing. I don’t need no ivory in my home, in my home.

Long live the elephant, long may she roam.

Do you have an elephant in your heart, in your heart? Can you hear the elephant crying out? Stop the killing, no more killing. I don’t need no ivory in my home, in my home.

Long live the elephant, long may she roam.”

Song: “Elephant in My Heart” written by and copyright by Soleil Dakota

Don't Let Elephants Disappear Forever

Don’t Let Elephants Disappear Forever

 

Soleil Dakota asks: “Do you have an elephant in your heart? Would you like to help the elephants and protect other wildlife?

Here are some ways for you to do that.

Spread the word

Boycott ivory

Volunteer

Adopt a wild animal

Donate to wildlife organizations

 

Watch the official “Elephant in My Heart Music YouTube Video here. All copyrights of the sound recording, video, and quoted material belong to Soleil Dakota

Watch the YouTube video of an excerpt from the San Francisco March For Elephants and Rhinos (the performance of Elephant in My Heart by Soleil Dakota)

To see the full video of the San Francisco GMFER, learn more about GMFER and get links to other videos read : Before It’s Too Late: Global March For Elephants and Rhinos

 

photo credit: All B&W elephant photos Creative Commons Flickr by Arati Kumar-Rao in this album

 

 

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