Marée Noire
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Pour les centaines des années
Le sud de la Louisiane était
Le paradis, mais aujourd’hui
La marée noire est arrivée
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Les trolleurs et les pêcheurs
Ont récolté le marécage
Les chevrettes et les huîtres
La marée noire les a noyées
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D’habitude des ouragans
Rebâti apres dévasté
Capoté mais on se lève
La marée noire est un mauvais rêve
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Les clos d’huile après flotter
Pendant les mèches après noyer
On croyait la voir jamais
Mais la marée noire est arrivée

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Added by: linuxdude, November 29, -0001 at 07:00pm
Reviewed by: FrancisMorin
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linuxdude 9 years ago
For hundreds of years
South Louisiana has been
Paradise, but today
The black tide has arrived

The trollers and the fishermen
Have harvested the seafood
Shrimp and oysters
The black tide drowned them

Used to hurricanes
Rebuilt after devastated
Knocked down, but we get back up
The black tide is a bad dream

The oilfields are floating
While the marshes are drowning
We thought we’d never see it
But the black tide is here
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