The band Flyleaf dedicated this song Cassie in remembrance of the accusation that she said yes when asked if she believed in God before getting killed by Eric and Dylan. Christian rock band Superchick wrote the song "Hero", referencing to school bullying and a boy coming to school with a gun. He slapped the top of the table twice with his left hand and said to the two frightened girls: "Peek-a-boo!". He then bent down, pointed his sawed-off shotgun under the table and fired once, shooting Cassie in the right side of the head. Christian ska band Five Iron Frenzy wrote a song called "A New Hope" about what happened at Columbine.
The band is from Denver CO and band member Micah Ortega's sister was one of the students trapped in the choir room during the massacre. Members of KMFDM, one of the bands to which Harris and Klebold were avid fans, had formed a group called MDFMK and wrote a song called "Witch Hunt". The massacre inspired Finnish symphonic metal group Nightwish to write "The Kinslayer" for their Wishmaster album (1999).
She started sneaking out late at night, drinking, and experimenting with drugs.Because of her destructive ways, her mother, Misty Bernall, moved the family to a different area, discontinued Cassie's contact with Mona, and started making Cassie go to a Christian youth group. The song references the victims (9 men, 4 women) and shooters and contains a conversation between Nightwish singer Tarja Turunen and guest singer Ike Vil that are supposed to be a conversation between one of the killers and one of his victims.
Underground Rapper Denace (also knowing as "Nasty" ) wrote the song "Change The Road" inspired by the massacre.
She found a way to appreciate and care for herself, find healthy hobbies, love her family more, and find a belief to guide her through her life.
The song tells the story of two the killers both from different worlds but both commit the crime due to being bullied.
She was a big supporter of her Christian faith and wether she was even question by the duo, and if so responded, her story influenced many young adults and parents around the world. Rapper Eminem references the massacre in his 2000 album The Marshall Mathers LP, in songs "Remember Me?", "I'm Back", and "The Way I Am". Napoleon referenced it at the end of a Outlawz song "The Good Die Young" on Still I Rise, not to be confused with the D12 song released on D12 World approximately 5 years later. In 2000 the Insane Clown Posse and fellow label mates Twiztid wrote the song "Bad Rep" for side project Dark Lotus.

In 2004, shots of surveillance footage of the Columbine shooting spree appeared in the music video for "Alert Status Red" by Matthew Good. Filter's 2002 album, The Amalgamut, is social commentary with one song "Columind" displaying a portrayal of the Columbine shooting. Smith released This Is Your Time in 1999, which was inspired by the Columbine massacre; especially the title track "This is Your Time", which is about the mistaken belief that Cassie Bernall was asked if she believed in God. Christian songwriter and artist, Brad Richardson wrote "A Colorado Columbine" featured on the Lullaby for Columbine CD released in 1999. The song was inspired by a blanket of snow that fell on the morning after the Columbine shooting.
He had taken a maintenance job at a golf club to save up to buy a fishing boat with a friend.
The song evokes a spirit of cleansing and hope in the aftermath of America's deadliest school shootings. Because he always wanted to be in the Marines, in honor of that desire, at his funeral he was named an honorary Marine.
Nu-metal band Limp Bizkit made reference to the Columbine shooting in their song "Head for the Barricade". The band The Calling has a song called "One By One" was inspired by many school shootings, including The Columbine Massacre. The band Flyleaf has a song entitled "Cassie", which is about the mistaken belief that Cassie Bernall was asked if she believed in God. The band Korn has a song about a bullied teenager who dreams of killing his tormentors called "Thoughtless" on the 2002 album Untouchables. Frank Ticheli visited the school after the massacre, and wrote an alma mater for the school after discovering that the school did not have one.
Kelly had always been a shy person, until about two months before the shooting when she came home and told her mother that she wasn't shy anymore. Marilyn Manson put out an entire record that incorporated reflections concerning the shooting of Columbine: Holy Wood (In the Shadow of the Valley of Death).
Her hobbies were songwriting, writing her auto-biography, reading books (especially about vampires), and entering writing contests. The album focuses on America's celebrity culture, its obsession with guns and its fascination with death and martyrdom, and especially the fame - driven by the national media - which violent death can bring.

Songs such as "Disposable Teens" and "The Fight Song" were directly written about the Columbine incident.
Alice Cooper's Brutal Planet album, released in 2000, includes a song "Wicked Young Man" which explicitly refers to the Columbine massacre. In the Chumbawamba song, "Everything You Know Is Wrong", the lead character (the song is from the point of view of the man in the background of conspiracies) makes reference to both Columbine and the two semi-associated events, the Waco Siege and the Oklahoma City bombing. The Chumbawamba song "We Don't Want to Sing Along", was based on the Columbine incident with the protagonist first learning how to make a bomb in an internet chat-room and is abandoned by a friend who dismisses the idea of action.
In the song "Loyal To the Game (Remix)" on the Tupac album Loyal To the Game, rapper DJ Quik refers to the event. The song was pressed to CD, with the proceeds benefiting families affected by the massacre, and over 10,000 copies were ordered. Shortly following the release of the CD single, the song was also featured on the Lullaby for Columbine CD.
Amanda Palmer, one half of The Dresden Dolls, performed "Strength Through Music" during the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
The song "Teenagers" by the band My Chemical Romance is partly based upon school shootings and teen violence. Mindless Self Indulgence make reference to Columbine in their song "Mastermind" from their 2008 album, If.
Swedish punk band "Atlas Losing Grip" reference the shooting in their 2008 song "All In Vain" off their Shut The World Out album.
In the last half of the song the clip of Patti Nielson's 911 call can be heard in the background of the music and the song ends with a gunshot. French black metal band "Nocturnal Depression" recorded a song entitled "Bonus (Hidden Track)" dedicated to the tragedy on their album Soundtrack for a Suicide - Opus II.

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