Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink/
soon to be, reality, we’re sitting on the brink-of-the, disaster thats unthinkable/
kitchens full of liquid that’s undrinkable/
while others have no sink at all/
we dont blink, we turn blind eyeball at the squall/
thinkin that the rain will fall/
sipin on the pain thats bottled, causing us to thirst and quarel/
waring over water woes, worse than whitey versus navajo’s/
when the wells are worthless/
and were working just to quench our thirst/
the underground is brought to the surface/
enough to make my tear ducts burst, dry eyes, now crying hurts/
then squeez out all my strenghth, I’m pissed/
that this problem does exist/ but we dont listen to the list of worries/
bliss is not what im infering, opposite -my visions blurring/
see mirage, change is not occuring/
bird brains dying/ all red herrings/

A red herring is an idiom referring to a device which intends to divert the audience from the truth or an item of significance.