"Wiseman's Warning" as written by John Van Deusen, Robert Krueger, Anthony Ruland and Eric Sturgeon....
(Concept: In a predetermined meeting, our hero is warned of Earth's immanent destruction. Meanwhile, war is declared and the first nuclear rocket is launched, killing millions of innocents.)

Hello, how are you dear?
Work was long and tiring.
I hear they started mobilizing for the war
Missiles, bombs and soldiers,
Prepare for detonation
We must strike before they
Figure out what's wrong

How long must they die for god?
How long must we fight?

We know they're wrong, they'll burn in hell
Let's fuck them they don't matter.

Here we stay at standstill
Waiting patiently for
News of mass invasion,
We are safe inside?

How long must they die for god?
How long must we fight?

We know they're wrong, they'll burn in hell
Let's fuck them they don't matter.
They don't matter.

Here me, please listen well,
I tell you in confidence, all I know.
The earth, is dying young,
Slowly she suffocates, disintegrates.
Our world, approaches a war,
I see in the distance, a mighty wave.
If we, don't change our ways, we'll surely disappear.

I wonder, I wonder,
How much can we take?
I wonder, I wonder,
Do we approach the end?

Here me, attention I need,
Please take this seriously, it's urgent news.
You must leave at once, take only your family!

And I wonder, I wonder,
How much can we take?
I wonder, I wonder,
Could we attempt to fly?
I wonder, I wonder,
To moons and stars on high?

(Oh-Oh-Ohhh)

I heard on the news that we dropped the bomb
(Oh-Oh-Ohhh)
I heard on the news that we dropped the bomb
(Oh-Oh-Ohhh)
And the war goes on!


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