"Nuclear Sunrise" as written by and David/hamilton Schroeder....
His shadows the blanket that couldn't keep you warm if it tried
So would you like to take a ride?
On the last free standing thought in my mind
And I hope it won't get old
I highly recommend you bring an end to what you're feeling inside

You don't scare me
I'm wide eyed mouth dried in a nuclear sunrise
Stay here and burn with me under the sun
Lay me here underneath the California sun

There's a sea of children playing in the streets with no friends
So here's to the faithless, get off you ass and start a revolution

You don't scare me
I'm wide eyed mouth died in a nuclear sunrise
Stay here and burn with me under the sun
Lay me here underneath the California sun

I will die here
(The sun)
And without fear
(The sun)

I hold everything
(The sun)
Laying here under the sun
(Under the sun)

I'm wide eyed, mouth dried in a nuclear sunrise
Stay here and burn with me under the sun
There's a sea of children playing in the streets with no friends
So get off you ass and start a revolution


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"Nuclear Sunrise" as written by Joseph R. Hamilton David Schroeder

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