File:Jill Sobule sings 'Warm and Happy'.jpg

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To introduce Al Gore, Jill Sobule wrote “a happy song about global warming”. Chris Anderson served as podium.

She sang about all of the happy people sunbathing and having fun in the sun, in Manhattan, in January.

I think this ditty might rival her earlier hit, “I kissed a girl”.

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Author Steve Jurvetson from Menlo Park, USA

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