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Song from The Great Southern Trendkill

"Floods" is a song by Pantera from their album The Great Southern Trendkill. It also served as the last single from the album. The song is about a flood that destroys mankind.

Guitar World magazine voted Dimebag Darrell's guitar solo in "Floods" as the 15th greatest of all-time. The solo was originally a riff written by guitarist Dimebag in the late 1980s. This is revealed in the first Dimevision DVD, which features a video from 1988 of the then 22-year-old Darrell playing what would later be the ending of the solo to "Floods".

ApearancesEdit

VersionsEdit

  • "Floods"
  • "Floods (Radio Edit)"

TracklistingEdit

CD SingleEdit

  1. "Floods"
  2. "Floods (Radio Edit)"

LyicsEdit

A dead issue, don't wrestle with it, deaf ears are sleeping
A guilty bliss, so inviting (let me in), nailed to the cross

I feel you, relate to you, accuse you
Wash away us all, take us with the floods
Then throughout the night, they were raped and executed
Cold hearted world
Your language unheard of, the vast sound of tuning out
The rash of negativity is seen one sidedly, burn away the day

The nervous, the drifting, the heaving
Wash away us all, take us with the floods
Then throughout the day mankind played with grenades
Cold hearted world
And at night they might bait the pentagram
Extinguishing the sun
Wash away man, take him with the floods

TriviaEdit

  • Floods is the longest song on The Great Southern Trendkill.

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