"Nuclear" as written by and Michael Gordon Oldfield....
Standing on the edge of the crater
Like the prophets once said
And the ashes are all cold now
No more bullets and the embers are dead
Whispers in the air tell the tales
Of the brothers gone
Desolation, devastation
What a mess we made, when it all went wrong

Watching from the edge of the circus
For the games to begin
Gladiators draw their swords
Form their ranks for Armageddon

I'm nuclear
I'm wild
I'm breaking up inside
A heart of broken glass
Defiled
Deep inside
The abandoned child

Standing on the edge of the underworld
Looking at the abyss
And I'm hoping for some miracle
To breakout, to escape from all this
Whispers in the air tell the tales
Of a life that's gone
Desolation, devastation
What a mess we made, when it all went wrong

I'm nuclear
I'm wild
I'm breaking up inside
A heart of broken glass
Defiled
Deep inside
The abandoned child

I'm nuclear
I'm wild
I'm breaking up inside
A heart of broken glass
Defiled
Deep inside
The abandoned child


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"Nuclear" as written by Michael Gordon Oldfield

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    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
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    General CommentOoops! Sorry...internet problems!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -2
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -2
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -3
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -3
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -3
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -3
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -3
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link
  • -3
    General CommentA hauntingly beautiful song that I've just discovered thanks to the E3 2014 trailer of the game, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

    It is beautifully arrangement and mixed, with a memorable guitar solo and an amazing vocal performance.

    As for the meaning, I think the anti-war message is pretty obvious, though it may have other significances.

    Nevertheless it is a very strong and captivating song. Kudos!
    Behzadon July 28, 2014   Link

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