They’re Not Making Land Anymore

In the realm of music, where melodies meet messages, songwriter Richard Lepinsky has taken up social commentary to address a pressing issue of our time—the shortage of housing and soaring prices that have left many dreaming of a place to call home.

They’re Not Making Land Anymore is the title track of Richard’s fifth album.

The Song’s Essence

The song, aptly titled, They’re Not Making Land Anymore, talks about the housing crisis, encapsulating the sentiment that the very foundation of our homes—the land—is a finite resource. Through carefully crafted lyrics, the songwriter weaves a narrative that delves into the struggles faced by individuals and families as they confront the stark reality of a housing market that seems to be spiralling out of reach.

The Unyielding Landscape

The song sets the stage by addressing the undeniable truth that land, unlike many other commodities, cannot be manufactured or replicated. It speaks to the irreplaceable nature of real estate and the challenges posed by a growing population against the backdrop of limited space.

Dreaming of a Place to Belong

The chorus becomes a rallying cry for those who find themselves yearning for a place to belong. The title refrain, They’re Not Making Land Anymore, it serves as a poignant reminder that underscores the struggle for affordable housing.

Watch the video here.


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