Homeless: Moonlight sleeping on a midnight lake
Paul Simon and Ladysmith Black Mambazo singing "Homeless." Sung during Simon's "African Tour" in 1987, following the release of his Graceland album.
You could argue that the homelessness they are singing about isn't the homelessness of urban Sacramento -- but, then again, you could argue the opposite.
Strong wind destroy our homeThose two lines from the lyrics could narrowly refer to a deadly storm, or, symbolically, to devastating events that lead to homelessness and then the dangers of being homeless.
Many dead, tonight it could be you