"Wonderfully Colored Plastic War Toys" as written by and Rodney Linderman Joseph Genaro....
I said "Let's do it man,
Let's torch the whole village!"

We went down to look at war toys
Wonderfully colored plastic war toys
We went down to look at war toys
But all the war toys were gone

We went down to look at war toys
Wonderfully colored plastic war toys
We went down to look at war toys
But all the war toys were gone

All my life I've always wondered
What it would be like to fire off a bazooka
All my life I've always wondered
What it would be like to fire off a ballistic missile

We went down to look at war toys
Wonderfully colored plastic war toys
We went down to look at war toys
But all the war toys were gone

We went down to look at war toys
Wonderfully colored plastic war toys
We went down to look at war toys
But it seems that we were wrong






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"Wonderfully Colored Plastic War Toys" as written by Dean Sabatino David Schulthise

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    General CommentWritten in reaction to the Iraq invasion of 1990, this tune mocks all the happy-go-war mentality of the time.
    quampon October 18, 2016   Link

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