Bombay Beach (Salton Sea)

from The Struggle by DynamoMin

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In the 1950s and '60s, Bombay Beach in California was a thriving resort. Guests swam, water-skied, and golfed during the day, then headed to the yacht club to party into the night.

Now, Bombay Beach is a bleached, rusted, abandoned wasteland. The water smells of salt, petrol, and rotting fish. The shores, once lined with sunbathers, are covered in green sludge and desiccated fish carcasses. It's an apocalyptic landscape.

Symbolism: We could be in a spiritual Bombay Beach


Bombay Beach
(Salton Sea)

Drove down to Bombay Beach
Once paradise full of decay
Beneath its beautiful waves
Fish are dying rotting away

Bombay Beach - Toxic waste
Beautiful with rotting decay

Around the lake a forgotten place
Forgotten people midst dyer and waste
Trapped in time - No escape
Turned to rubble on this dying lake

Bombay Beach - Toxic waste
Beautiful with rotting decay
Bombay Beach - Toxic beach
Water goes in - Nothing escapes
Bombay Beach - Toxic waste
Beautiful with rotting decay

Gotta get me out of this dying place. (REPEAT)
Bombay Beach stuck in Bombay Beach
Lord get me out ……………..


from The Struggle, released June 1, 2019
Bombay Beach
(Salton Sea)
Remixed & Remastered July 1 2019
Written by Vincent Leone
Copyright © July 19 2019
Recorded at Dynamo Ministry Studios
released April 3, 2019


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