Who knew that just one night
Could change a country, fill it with fright
With winds and waves one hundred feet tall
Tsunamis took buildings, took lives, took all

One quake, single quake stole thousands of lives
Separated brothers, sisters, husbands and wives
Changed skyscrapers to rubble, housing to ash
Sent Japan's thriving country down with a crash

With so much sadness, a good deal of sorrow
What kind of chance is there of a happy tomorrow?
But the rest of the world did all that they could
Proving after the rain comes the rainbow, the good

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