Titanic

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The Titanic
Hundreds of hearts sank April 14th
Sank to the bottom of the Atlantic

As the ship Drowned and the children cried
One thousand five hundred two legends cane alive

The Titanic sent a cry for help
Fireworks and flares were put to doubt

So the Californian left with a party in mind
As the Titanic’s captain went down without whine

When the water, cold as ice, surrounded their bodies
The people in row boats heard shrieks of please

What a horrible night
They would never forget the site

Of the sinking,
Unsinkable ship





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