Friday, December 20, 2013

Afternoon Matinee: Protest - Hiroshima

Performed by David McWilliams





One morning in June a noise shook the ground
And the people all trembled on their faces lay down
And the sound on the lips, of the world all around
Was the name of Hiroshima

The people lay wrapped in their darkening shroud
The last resting place of a people once proud
And the town that lay under that great mushroom cloud
Was the name of Hiroshima
Now the days passed away and the years they flew by
And those left remaining wished that they too could die
For the people left here are still living lie
In the shame of Hiroshima

So take heed to my words, put your weapons away
Make friends with your foes , let all have their say
Or we have once again, what happened that day
We'll have another Hiroshima
One morning in June, a noise shook the ground
And the people all trembled on their faces laid down
And the sound on the lips, of the world all around
Was the name of Hiroshima
~ from Lyric Wiki ~

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