Columbine, flower blue, tenderly I sing to you.
Columbine, rose blood red, heartbreak overflows my head.
Columbine, flower blue, Columbine there's hope for you.
Columbine, friend of mine.

Turn our pain to your gain,
Keep our hearts on the mark
Comfort us with your love again

Comfort, Peace and sweet release,
Must come from you,
Where it's true, I hide myself in you.

Columbine, friend of mine.
Peace will come to you in time,
Columbine, friend of mine.

Columbine, flower blue, tenderly I sing to you.
Columbine, rose blood red, heartbreak overflows my head.
Columbine, friend of mine.
Peace will come to you in time.
Columbine, friend of mine.


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    General Commenti can't listen to this song without crying and remembering

    we are columbine
    rabidpenguinon April 20, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis song makes me cry almost everytime i listen to it. This should be a song where alot of other people can hear it. It is so sad and touching it would make anyone cry. The Columbine is something that no one should forget about and this song definately makes it mark it my heart.
    Punk_Princess828on July 25, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThe Columbine shooting was a terrible thing that happened to the 12 students, one teacher, and two gunmen. I will never forget watching the news on April 20th, 1999, and wondering why God would let such a thing happen. That day I cried so hard I couldn't sleep. I saw tapes of security footage from the library and cafeteria and was horrified by the things shown. But I had to remember that God made things happen for reasons, even the ones we can't even try to understand. I'm just glad there are people out there talented enough to make music that grasps onto the feeling that we all feel when we see things like this happen. Thank God we have those people, because I don't know if any of us would get on better without songs like these to comfort us through the hard times. To the 12 who died that day, I told you we'd make it to the sunshine some day, you just got there a little quicker. The good die young. To the one teacher, may God bless you and your suffering students. To Eric and Dylan, I'm sorry you couldn't open your eyes and see how much Christ loved you. And to all of those who felt the same pain and suffering I felt, remember that God is with us forever.
    Punk_Princess828on August 25, 2002   Link
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    General CommentAnd just to let everyone know, this song was written and performed by two brothers who went to Columbine High at the time.
    Punk_Princess828on August 25, 2002   Link

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