"Warhead" as written by Jody Gray and Jean Baptiste Bocle....
Soldiers of Islem are loading their guns
They're getting ready
but the Russian tanks are mowing them down
They're getting ready
There's children in Africa with tommy guns
Getting ready
While the Islam armies are beckoning on
They're getting ready

There's a burning sun
And it sets in the western world
But it rises in the east
And pretty soon
It's gonna burn your temples down

While the heads of state are having their fun
Are they ready?
We're looking at the world through the barrel of a gun
Are we ready?
And you stand there beating on your little war drum
Are you ready?
And it won't be long before your time has come
Are you ready?

[Chorus: x2]

Warhead, warhead, warhead
Warhead, warhead, warhead
Warhead, warhead, warhead
Warhead, warhead, warhead

Well I don't know what it is but i feel something coming
Stuck in the middle of the Yankees and the Russians
Better get moving guns are getting loaded
Fast to the border where the tanks are a rolling
There's a nation in fear another nation crying
One nation killing and another nation dying
Talk about guns and escalation bye bye planet let alone a nation

Lyrics submitted by horrorpunker

"Warhead" as written by Paul Martin Slack Charles Harper

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    My InterpretationIn my opinion, this is arguably one of the most prophetic songs ever written. Released in 1980, barely one year after the start of the Soviet-Afghan War, this song seems to predict that the war will be the crucible for Islamic jihad against the West. It even seems to deliver a "reap what you sow" message (You stand there beating on your little war drum...but it won't be long until your time has come), which is a theme found in some people's post-9/11 analysis of the CIA's support for the mujahadeen during the Soviet-Afghan War. While the rest of us are seeing clearly in hindsight, the UK Subs' foresight, I would argue, is uncannily accurate in this song, and, in my opinion, it's a shame this song does not get more credit and appreciation for its dark and accurate prophecy.
    SouthPhillyHooliganon March 02, 2009   Link

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