"Pacific Bray" as written by and Justin Wayne Ringle....
Through the walls, and the floors, and the streets,
There's a wave that came crashing down to beat,
All of the life from the coast,
In a poem where a bragging god boasts.

Well I read how this spell's been cast,
All the eyes looking up to the heaven's to ask.
Why is the sea on the shoal?
Well the sea it is coming to take its toll.

All the stories, we've heard them been preached,
Now there's bodies, there's bodies, they're found on the beach.

Who calmed the sea of Galilee?
Is it his father that caused this?

Through the walls, and the floors, and the streets,
There's a wave that came crashing down to beat,
All of the life from the coast,
In a poem where a bragging god boasts.


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    My OpinionI think this song is about a tsunami or hurricane. Maybe specifically the tsunami that hit Japan or Hurricane Katrina.
    carisueon October 05, 2012   Link

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