Songs About Nuclear War from the Eighties, Songs Beginning with J
During the eighties, the topic of nuclear war seemed to come up a lot. It was
on the news frequently due to the arms build up under the Regean era. At one
point I think there was enough fire power to destroy the world 100 times over
(it's probably still something ridiculous like that though). With the end of
the cold war all seemed fine, although recent events in India and Pakistan
does help remind us that it could be triggered by almost any mad man who is
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"Janitor," by Suburban Lawns
"Underwater, does it matter, antimatter? Nuclear reactor, Boom boom boom boom."
"There's Life Underground... I had a dream last night The World was set on fire Everywhere I ran There wasn't any water The temperature increased The sky was crimson red The clouds turned into smoke And everyone was dead! It's just another It's just another day It's just another It's just another day But there's a smile on my face For everyone There's a golden coin That reflects the sun (a way to get sunlight underground, hmm?) There's a lonely place That's always cold There's a place in the stars For when you get old... Just a thought.
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