"Lunchmeat" as written by Justin Andrew Harris, Daniel Frederic Seim and Brent Knopf....
Animals were heading north
When we heard the news report
There were tremors in Japanese ocean trenches
There were devils in the sand

Sirens sing in monotone
Harmonized in deathly drone
Leave the tables, the curtains, the computer's useless
Leave the lunchmeat for the sharks

(I roam)


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"Lunchmeat" as written by Daniel Frederic Seim Brent Knopf

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    General Comment"Sirens SANG in monotone."

    I think they sing "I row back" in the end. There are definitely three syllables there.
    digitauxon September 10, 2010   Link
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    My OpinionWhile earthquakes and the like are not uncommon in Japan, just hearing this song now, and knowing it came out before the quake and tsunami, it's chilling.
    Jarathenon October 05, 2011   Link

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