Hurricane Katrina - Tribute to the Gulf Coast
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Description: This video is a photo montage made by Joel Moore that is set to a song called "Class of '05" that he wrote during the Hurricane Katrina debacle. All photos used in the montage were taken from the public domain. The song is original. The song also feature guest performer Matthew Waer. Lyrics: Oh Katrina, please don't blow me down Oh Katrina, please don't come to town I got a family of four and I've seen it all before I don't need your trouble comin over to my door We saw it on the show when the governor said go but we had no way to go cause we're old and weak and poor So now your stingin' bitin' wind its a burnin' on my skin and I lost the grippin' hand of my surely dead best friend Well we thought we were OK until the levee gave away so now we're wadin' through each day prayin' a chopper'll come our way Now the city's all shut down house parts scattered round there ain't enough sandbags can be found to keep the lake from runnin' a ground So now the sun has said good night while the looters bring the fright theives & junkies, rape & blight lawless judgement homeless fight Freighters crashin' in from the sea left for dead neck deep in toxic flood debris water's still a risin' down on Bourbon St. world watchin' helpless on the color TV Thousands stranded wavin' babies rooftops survivors are hoping they find 'em a good cop before the skeeters breed the coming death pox & the August sun bakes & blisters 'em red hot What will we take away as a lesson from this day mans plans ...
Video length: 07:45
Added on: 2012-01-12 12:39:03
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