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don rasmussen


nuclear craze


theres a nuclear craze and its comming our way
whats killing our tommorrows what they are building today
theres nowhere to go theres no way to get away
theres no way to escape from a nuclear craze

we are heading for sadness we are heading for suffering
its all total distruction cant escape the corruption
theres nowhere to go no way to get away
theres noway to escape from a nuclear craze

theres nowhere to
theres noway to get away
theres noway to escape from a nuclear craze

we are all living like slaves heading for early graves
theres no hope for tommorow no place for today
theres nowhere to go noway to get away
theres noway to escape from a nuclear craze

Submitted: Friday, August 20, 2010

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