• Artist: Stathakula
  • Title: The Flood
  • Genre: Rock - Roots Rock, Blues - Electric
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Aggressive/Edgy, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/26/2010
  • Lyric themes: Damnation, Other, Weather, Biblical Reference, Storytelling, Struggle Hardship
  • Lyrics: Now rain rain rain on my little window pain that don't bother me at all now cry cry cry till your eyes run dry every tear was made to fall well it's hiding behind the horizon line hoping no one knows how to swim better take my advice don't make me say it twice oh the flood is coming in now the sky sky sky is gonna loosen its sighs cast its burden down on the land and the storm storm storm is gonna drown all the worms soak the grasslands and the sands well God's elephants are coming you can hear their masses drumming they'll crush everything as they pass better take my advice, don't make me say it twice ah the flood is moving fast all my sins sins sins are carried deep within they'll sink me down in the murk they better burn burn burn before the seasons turn and the water takes over the earth well there's water round my feet maybe I'll start to sink maybe I'll stick right here in the mud can't you hear the shuddered screams of a thousand dying dreams ah the flood loves the taste of blood now the quiet quiet quiet fills my ears like a riot the rushing water is the only sound if you can't float float float you might as well slit your throat only the dead are sinking down but the air's so nice and fresh when you float above the rest even though you know you're bound to starve there's no truth in the night or a single human light oh the flood is raging hard
  • Keywords: lively, funky, punching, aggressive, rock, Bass, Bluesy, Bright, Guitar, Desire, punchy
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Stathakula


New Orleans, LA United States

If it takes a village to raise a child, George Stathakes must have had some really weird neighbors.

Raised in Gardendale, Alabama, a small conservative suburb of Birmingham, Stathakes was exposed at a young age to a blend of Cat Stevens and traditional Greek music by his mother and weaned on a steady diet of outlaw country singers like George Jones and Johnny Cash by his father. Stathakes has always had unique sensibilities, like his fascination ...

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