"Midway" as written by and Joakim/sundstr�m Broden....
Send them over the waves our sentinels
They report in the news
Position of our foes

This battlefield's been chosen tactically in advance
Time to alert our fighters
We're soon in range

Midway
We'll meet at midway, Naval war

Calling all men to deck, got to be airborne
Head out into the sun
Descending on our foes

This is a crucial moment in the heat of the war
To fly and hit our targets
Down in the waves

Midway (Display their mind, ordering carriers, admirals at war)
We'll meet at midway (To win the fight, tactics are crucial) Naval war
Far from shore, a Pacific war
Bombs are falling from the skies
It's a bomb-run day, it's the naval way
A blood-red sun is on the rise

Far from shore, a Pacific war
Bombs are falling from the skies
It's a bomb-run day, it's the naval way
A blood-red sun is on the rise

Midway (Display their mind, ordering carriers, admirals at war)
We'll meet at midway (To win the fight, tactics are crucial) Naval war
Midway (Display their mind, ordering carriers, admirals at war)
We'll meet at midway (To win the fight, tactics are crucial) Naval war
Midway


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"Midway" as written by Paer Sundstroem Joakim Broden

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    General CommentAs the title says, about the Battle of Midway in June 1942 between the US and Japan.
    ViktorCrowfordon August 17, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationI believe "A bloodred sun is on the rise" is a play on words. As the day after the conflict there was hundreds of wounded, but also Japan's flag is the rising red sun, maybe meaning the Japanese navy is on the rise (horizon).
    Stickymealon April 27, 2013   Link
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    General CommentTHIS SONG IS MY COCAINE!!
    fartoonyon December 17, 2015   Link

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