Lyric discussion by thefukkistuppist 

I think of this song as an audio version of Death's holiday brochure.

References to trouble and strife are rich within the song, some include:

"Holidays are dirt-cheap in the Costa del Malvinas " - refers to the Argentinian invasion of the Falklands

"Now dead Italian tourists bodies litter up the Broadway" - either the Achille Lauro Hijacking, October 7, 1985 or Airport Attacks in Rome and Vienna, December 27, 1985

"They wear hoods and carry shotguns in the main streets of Montgomery" - referring to the Rosa Parks incident.

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