"The Groan of Wind" as written by Antti Johannes Kokko, Pekka Tapio Kokko, Janne Tapani Kusmin, Timo Juhani Lehtinen, Marco Sneck, Antti Johannes Kokko and Pekka Tapio Kokko....
The groan of wind
A hiding deadly disease
A killer that hides in the wind
And cannot be seen
A powerful enemy a threat that truly exists
By a hair hung our lives
We see that but we're blind

Ever-transforming, reproductive, worldwide pandemic

Our time is running out
The clock is striking on
And in spite of our drugs
We'll stay powerless

The groan of wind
A silent killing machine
There's no place we can breathe
Deep down in our lungs symptom breeds

H5N1 Lethal time bomb

Maybe we have earned our urns
We cannot endlessly breed
Our scientific achievements
Nature simply will beat
The groan of wind a hiding deadly disease

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"The Groan of Wind" as written by Janne Tapani Kusmin Antti Johannes Kokko

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  • +2
    General CommentVery obviously about the bird flu (H5N1) and mankinds inability to do anything about global pandemic.
    Brat Mojon July 24, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI like the way H5N1 is portrayed as "A power enemy". Makes it seen as if it almost alive, with a mind and a motive to kill us all. Quite daunting really.

    Another genius piece of work by Kalmah,
    Flameenixon October 29, 2006   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthis is basically sayin that no matter how far we advance in technology, mother nature always has the trump card. We hadn't seen a major outbreak of a pandemic in yewars and we thought we were safe. We dropped our gaurds and payed the price.
    If we dont watch what we do, were doomed.
    Anarchy Is Orderon April 24, 2007   Link

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