"Post-War Breakout" as written by and Patrick Bolling Woody Guthrie....
Breakout!
So we breakout!

I'm a post-war breakout (post-war breakout!)
And a post-war breakdown (breakdown! breakdown!)
I'm a post-war syndrome (post-war syndrome!)
And a post-war hero (yeah, yeah, yeah)

Just a post-war nerve case
In a pro-war age
And a post-war history face.

I've got a medal, I'm a hero (breakout!)
I've got an id, I've got an ego (breakdown!)
I've got pocketbook, no dough (no dollars, no!)
Just a post-war shock job!

I'm an evil-minded breakdown
I'm a vulgar, thinking crackdown
I'm a non-commie drifter
I'm an ex-gi for sure, oh sure
Just a post-war nerve case, in a pro-war age
And a post-war history face, let's face our history, now!

I've got a medal, I'm a hero (breakout!)
I've got an id, I've got an ego (breakdown!)
I've got pocketbook, no dough (no dollars, no!)
Just a post-war shock job!

Just a post-war shock job!
Just a post-war shock job!
Just a post-war shock job!

Post-war breakout!
Breakout!
So we breakout


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"Post-War Breakout" as written by Christopher Head Christopher Barker

Lyrics © BUG MUSIC OBO WOODY GUTHRIE PUBLICATIONS INC

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    General Commentthis song is amazing.
    a scar in the skyon April 24, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe whole cd is amazing dude!
    This song is an anti-war song and explains what war brings at an end for everyone.
    Juts a post-war SHOCKJOB!
    unity4peaceon May 23, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAF didnt actually write this song...it was written by someone else during the vietnam war era. But its still an awesome song.
    LV--Sloth--on November 02, 2004   Link
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    General CommentWoody Guthrie would be the original artist to these lyrics. AF did a great job with them, as well as The Terror State in general. AF's best album to date.
    Shikamaruon November 30, 2004   Link

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