"Cain and Abel" as written by and Homer Flynn....
Blood drowns the ground
Blood drowns the ground
Yes, blood drowns the ground, 'cause
You didn't need me

The wind blew his hair as I looked up to see
The shadows of birds as they flew over me
Standing in silence, I watched how the blood
Turned into a puddle of crimson and mud
Like the dirt by the river my brother was cold
But the sunset was scarlet and purple and gold

I needed you
I needed you
Yes, I needed you, but
You didn't need me

Now I must wander away
Now I must wander away
Now I must wander far away
But when he looked up at me
And cried
I wasn't thinking, not thinking that soon
I will be alone


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