"Tapioca Sunrise" as written by Colin Latter, Kevin Biscoe, Derek Birkett and Simon Middlehurst....
your hateful nuclear weapons
are mere props for your aggression
more tools for further oppression
die with your..... possessions
the blatant colonel gave the command
and millions died in a far away land
the atom bomb was dropped
just as he had planned
and the whole city
was reduced to sand
innocent animal and people of towns
slaughtered as the bombs poured down
we won't fight your war
we've seen it all before
millions dying in anguish and pain
we don't wanna see war repeated again

another man dead is one less to fight

you use military might
as proof of what is right
they've got atom bombs on the land
part of the military strategy they've planned
they've got atom bombs in the air
part of their deterrent - it's difference through fear
they've got atom bombs at sea
just another pawn in their nuclear artillery
it becomes very plain to see
that i can't get away from the threat
that continually hangs over me
soldiers on opposing sides
both prayed to the same god in the sky
hoping he would protect them
so they wouldn't have to die
but praying eased only minds
and didn't save anyone
the bombs still fell
killing millions of innocent men women and children

war is governments arguments they have failed to control
war is bloody, war ain't fun, war is painfully stupid
and war can never be won
war does not pay
war does not pay
war does not pay



Lyrics submitted by horrorpunker, edited by mattpunk

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