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Tommy Turtle

The Lyrics

With deepest sympathy - and empathy - to those affected by this or any other natural disaster.
The most terrible storm that ever came
Katrina, Katrina, Katrina

All the terrible storms of the world in a single name
Katrina, Katrina, Katrina
Katrina, Katrina, Katrina!

My house just got struck by Katrina
And suddenly that name
Will never be the same
To me

We all got wiped out by Katrina
Much stronger than the norm
How horrible a storm can be!

Hear how loudly the storm winds are blowing
See how quickly the levees are going
Flood waters will never stop flowing

The most terrible storm that ever came
Naturally, the author, being a turtle, inhabits the warm waters of the Caribbean, Atlantic, and Gulf of Mexico, and is very familiar with these events. c 2006 Tommy Turtle

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Pacing: 3.2
How Funny: 2.6
Overall Rating: 2.6

Total Votes: 5

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2LD4U - January 30, 2006 - Report this comment
Very a sick kinda way!

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