Songs About Nuclear War from the Eighties, Songs Beginning with Q
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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Quite Unusual The sun went down and the ground started sort of grinding A blinding light tore across the sky A cyclone swept the landscape out and left it completely flattened out And several twirls of smoke unfolded like gigantic flowers The way the morning broke was quite unusual I should have woken up at once, but this was no concern of mine, so I kept on dreaming My eyes roamed over the burning ruins In less time than it takes to tell And I felt like And I felt like being numbed, I felt like mesmerized The way the morning broke was quite unusual More than words can say In less time than it takes to tell
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