Hey There, Cold War

July 28, 2011
By B.Sayarath BRONZE, Portland, Oregon
B.Sayarath BRONZE, Portland, Oregon
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Favorite Quote:
Arguments are to be avoided; they are always vulgar and often convincing.


VERSE 1:
Hey there Nikita how are things over in Moscow
Listen dude we got to talk about the deal you cut with Castro
So not cool
Cuba is right across the pool
Don't be a tool
Hey there Nikita just do you think you're doing
Last time I checked this war was cold
You're trying to make it warm and gooey.
That wont Do
You know we have missiles too.
Pointed at you.

CHORUS;
Oh what you're trying to do to me
Oh what you're trying to do to me
Oh what you're trying to do to me
Oh what you're trying to do to me
Trying to do to me

VERSE 2:
What's that Nikita, you would pull out of Havana
And all we have to do is pull our nukes out of Ankara.
No can do.
Gotta have some kind of check on you.
The Czech do too.
Hey there Nikita I have got a counter offer
You pull out the nukes and in exchange we wont send in the bombers
What ya think?
Im not afraid to play the brink
I'll make you blink.

CHORUS:
Oh that's what I'll do to you
Oh that's what I'll do to you
Oh that's what I'll do to you
Oh that's what I'll do to you

VERSE 3:
A thousand miles seems pretty far
But our planes go the speed of sound
and your country's too big to run away
The Japanese didn't stand a chance and now we're even more advanced
Enough to blow your heads away
Nikita I can promise you
By the time that we are through
The map will never ever look the same...
And you're to blame..

BRIDGE:
Thank you Nikita for being so understanding
I don't think that Armageddon
Is what we were planning to pursue
As for those missiles down by you
I'll try to see what I can do
Hey there Nikita this one's for you!

Oh we've seen this crisis through
Oh we've seen this crisis through
Oh we've seen this crisis through
Oh we've seen this crisis through

This whole ordeal is through..

[Insert guitar solo]

The author's comments:
I wrote this song in APUSH. It is set to the tune of "Hey There Delilah" by the Plain White Tees.

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