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A song/story inspired by the tragic story a Mother named Glenda Moore whose two boys were swept out of her arms in superstorm was left screaming on street for 12 hours by neighbors who refused to help her Police find bodies of Glenda Moore's sons Connor, 4, and Brandon, 2

Mrs Moore battled to hold on to the boys but they were sucked away
She knocked on door but was told: 'I don't know you. I'm not going to help'. Another neighbor refused to answer and she spent night crying on street

he boys were about 20 yards apart from each other, under water, buried by trees and debris, law enforcement sources told the New York Post.
After the storm cleared on Tuesday morning, officers, dogs and other searchers - armed with shovels, sticks and pitchforks - had been scouring those marshlands off Father Capodanno.

A team of scuba divers were also there to search the marshy area.
At 10:15am today, police in wetsuits found Brandon waist-deep in water. His brother was found close by shortly after.

After the boys disappeared, Mrs Moore knocked on a nearby door for help but was told: 'I don't know you. I'm not going to help you.'
Mrs Moore then tried another neighbor near her Staten Island home, but when she rang the bell they turned off the lights and refused to answer.

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November the 2nd
Is nothing like last spring
we didn't see you coming
we underestimated your strength
your strength

Lord, help this nation
Bless all creation
That mother that lost her child
Bring her back her sweet smile

don't forget about Sandy
met your sister Katrina
2 years ago + 5years ago
and we're still standing

We don't have any power
seems like the days have turned into weeks
I'm dying for a shower
I need a place to wash my feet

Lord, bless this nation
ohhh, bring us all restoration
that husband that lost his wife
let him know everything will be alright

don't forget about Sandy
don't forget about Sandy
we met your Katrina a few years ago
and I don't like your family


released November 6, 2012
Written by
A.Williams (Nureau Ink Music SESAC)
A. Frappier (Sagnasty ASCAP)



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B.Slade Los Angeles, California

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