• Artist: Majors Junction
  • Title: Katrina
  • Genre: Country - Classic, Folk
  • Mood: Down/Dark/Melancholic
  • Speed: Slow (45-63)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin)
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/1/0001
  • Lyric themes: Weather, Struggle Hardship, Sympathy, Accidental Death, Despair Misery, Courage
  • Lyric hook: Shreveport swelled and houston's full houses are all gone and mortgages still there and we don't know when it will come again
  • Lyrics: And the poor people are pouring out Of their flooded houses and there's no doubt That it will come again But we don't know when Just build that wall and build it high So New Orleans can survive And Lake Pontchartrain Won't spill again Shreveport's swelled and Houston' full Houses are all gone mortgages still there And we don't know when It will come again So the vein that runs through our great land Ends in a hell not wished upon any man So give'..so give The best and the worst in people you see Remember that could have been you or me So hope'..so hope Chorus
  • Keywords: sad, simple, acoustic, americana, Nashville, Organic
  • Ending type: End Sustain

About Majors Junction

Majors Junction

Chicago, IL United States

Heather, Mike & Kiley

Rich textures created by the band have been described as “Plush Lonesome Western Blues”. Attracting a listener base whose musical taste transcends different genres, Majors Junction produces a diverse meld of country honky-tonk blues with folk undertones and hints of bluegrass pickin’ and good old rock & roll. It is a unique sound that celebrates individuality and hard work, two qualities the band shares with its hometown of Chicago.

The band came onto the scene ...

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