"Sunny Disposition" as written by and Zachary James Baker Matthew Charles Sanders....
We've been through hell. Sewn up our eyes
Found fuel in meds. Viewed through the narrow
Encouraged fear when so inclined
Bought peace through wars that doomed our children to die

Ego is sure to fix the world
Served up to happy boys and girls

I'd make a decision if granted the privilege
But I'm afraid my taste is unrefined
And no one likes cheap wine

When the clouds kiss your eye
Shadows stain on the high-rise
Raise your thumb to the sky
Fossilize

You own the burg. We sleep in streets
You dine then waste. We forage to eat
Well who pays the tab when you cross the line?
Who writes the check? Who's herding the swine?

Just takes a fence to rule the roost
As long as the scale has been reduced

How can we see the outside of the pen when survival has possession of our minds?
Calmly walk the line

When the clouds kiss your eye
Shadows stain on the high-rise
Raise your thumb to the sky
Fossilize
All good things come with time
When you know then you'll know
Such a marvelous find in an illusion

(Vlader Lauder sat in sorrow
For all his teeth had gone
He drank sweet rum
While fingering his gun
And eyeballed a feast
Not one bite he could eat
Somebody cut off his head!)

Dear radiation my sweet friend
Let agents dance upon my nerves
Let sunlight glow under my skin
Let toxins seep into my soul

When the clouds kiss your eye
Shadows stain on the high-rise
Raise your thumb to the sky
Fossilize
All good things come with time
When you know then you'll know
Such a marvelous time I will find in an illusion
It's an illusion


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"Sunny Disposition" as written by Zachary James Baker Matthew Charles Sanders

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    General CommentRaising your thumb to the sky, as Fallout has brought to many peoples' attention, is a tactic to test whether or not you are in the blast radius of a nuclear bomb. I think the song is about humanity looking at all the war and destruction it has caused in the name of peace, but only a few high up people are reveling in that peace, while the rest are left to rot away.

    "I'd make a decision if granted the privilege, but I'm afraid my taste is unrefined
    And no one likes cheap wine"

    The one's left to rot would like to have positions of power to fix the issues, but they are hopeless because they do not believe they have the skills to productively undo the issues... taste us unrefined.

    When the clouds kiss your eye
    Shadows stain on the high-rise
    Raise your thumb to the sky
    Fossilize

    Upon standing there, as the radiation blast hits you. Shadow stain: people's shadows where etched into building in Nagasaki and Hiroshima after the A-bombs dropped. Fossilize: this is imagery similar to Pompeii, people fossilized by the immediate destruction brought on by the volcano.
    E4Duckyon November 05, 2016   Link

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