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Melt The Guns by XTC
programmes of violence as entertainment 
brings the disease into your room 
we know the germ which is man-made in metal 
is really a key to your own tomb 
prevention is better than cure 
bad apples affecting the pure 
you'll gather your senses I'm sure, then agree to 
melt the guns melt the guns 
melt the guns and never more to fire them 
melt the guns melt the guns 
melt the guns and never more desire them
children will want them mothers supply them 
as long as your killers are heroes. 
and all the media will fiddle while Rome burns 
acting like modern-time Neros. 
prevention is better than cure 
bad apples affecting the pure 
you'll gather your senses I'm sure then agree to 
melt the guns melt the guns 
melt the guns and never more to fire them
melt the guns melt the guns 
melt the guns and never more to desire them.

I'm speaking to the justice league of America 
the U.S of A, hey you, yes you in particular! 

when it comes to - the judgement day 
and you're stood at the gates with your weaponry 
you dare clasp your hands in prayer
and start quoting me' cos we say.... 
our father we've managed to contain the epidemic
in one place now
let's hope they shoot themselves instead of others 
help to sterilize the race now. 
we've trapped the cause of the plague 
in the land of the free and the home of the brave 
if we listen quietly we can hear them shooting 
from grave to grave. 
you ought to melt the guns melt the guns 
melt the guns and never more to fire them 
melt the guns melt the guns 
melt the guns and never more desire them.
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Video XTC French Spotlight thing 1982 (1/3)

XTC French Spotlight thing 1982 (1/3)

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