"There was a black rainbow
That rose up and covered the town!"
Exclaimed Howard Blue, 22
"I never even had a nightmare
Or a beautiful dream about this," He said
As he watched the warehouses burn

The hurricane pilot
Swoops into the 25-mile-wide eye
And he gasps 'cause the size of it was astounding
The towering columns of cumulonimbus stretched six miles high

Two friends remembered
A wooden leg
With a shoe
Detached from its owner while he slept
Twenty-two bodies found tied together in Violet

Living in a mausoleum
Making governments of our own
As the sky turned pink, four horses emerged from the water
Led by a stallion, they
Start grazing on neutral ground

We are the ones
The ones who stay behind, we stay behind
We are the ones
The ones who stay behind, we stay behind

Lyrics submitted by Cris925

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    General CommentAbout/inspired by the people who stayed in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina.

    evil_laugheron July 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWith allusions to the end of the world, "four horses emerged from the water led by a stallion".
    Rozhestvenskyon February 28, 2009   Link

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