"One World" as written by Joseph A. Bellardini, Frank Joseph Bello, Charlie L. Benante, Scott Ian Rosenfeld and Daniel Alan Spitz....
Stop it!
There's been too much debate
We could save ourselves from holocaust
Or is that just our fate
Start now
But we continue to balk
We let the genie out of the bottle
But we still hold the cork

One, two - not! three, four - die!
One, two - not! three, four - die!

Ignorance, is no excuse
For violence
No one wins

One world! one world!!
One world! - welcome to it
One world! - don't abuse it
One world! - to live out your life
One world! - total schism
Tunnel vision.
One world - taming the beast
Fighting for peace

You pushed a button, that's all you did
It's much harder to kill a man
If you've seen pictures of his kids
And what are all our lives worth?
What kind of sentence would you serve
For killing the earth

They're only people like us
Do you really think they'd blow up the world
They don't love their lives less
Stop singing hail to the chief
Instead of thinking s.d.i.
He should be thinking of peace

One world!!!

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"One World" as written by Daniel Alan Spitz Charlie L. Benante

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    My OpinionA song written near the end of the Cold War between Russia and the United States to remind us that total war or even nuclear war is not the answer. Flips the script a little at the ends and tries to tell us we're all human. In the US the Russians were always painted as the "bad guys" but most of them were just people like us trying to get on with their daily lives.
    GiveMeHamon September 01, 2014   Link

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