A new song from a local water company in Colorado was the inspiration for the video.

The song, entitled, “Diabetes Drinking Water,” is about the plight of people in the country’s diabetic emergency.

The song is by the Colorado-based Watermark Foundation, which provides drinking water for people in Colorado who need it.

The Watermark Fund has been operating for almost two decades and relies on donations from the public.

But it’s still not a large enough operation to provide a reliable supply of drinking water to everyone.

For instance, there are just over 40,000 households in the U.S. who are at risk of being hospitalized for type 2 diabetes, and that number is expected to rise, according to the U-M Department of Public Health.

The new song was written by musician and artist Nick Mancuso.

The story was told in his songs, including “It’s a Shame to Die in Diabetes,” “I’m Sorry I’m Sorry,” “Sleeping on My Own” and “I Don’t Want to Die Like You.”

“It’s such a shame to die like you, but it’s also so cool,” Mancusa said.

“You have to listen to this song and appreciate what it takes to get this message out to people in need.”

Mancusa said the song is part of a larger project that aims to make water safe and accessible to people with diabetes.

He said that’s why he chose the Watermark song.

“If I had to give the answer, I would say, I think that if you have diabetes, you can have the best of all worlds, and then you can’t have the worst,” Mampuso said.

“It would be a lot easier if we had just a water supply, but the water supply is what we have now.

So I think we have a responsibility to use it well.”