On the Eve of Being Atom

“It is an awesome feeling to know you are about to change someone’s life forever.” Tomorrow, When the War Began ~ Will it be for better or worse… not talking happily ever after but that moment between two people; “On the Eve of Being Atom”.

See Me Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qq5DGocjHcU

You’d think she never walked before
But she would go anywhere… but where she’d been
with him… yes again and again
From her head down to her toes, she thinks that she knows
“Oh darn”

An atom bomb baby wasn’t meant to fly
“Now I’m a believer”
A million times hotter than TNT, a uranium fever
So she stayed but why
Because every man should be armed

And she was a nuclear payload
He wanted to push her buttons
How she was comin’
undone “I’m gonna dig myself a hole”
“I lie here charmed”

She thought, she said, she survived
Because here they were together
No fallout shelter last forever
Only this love was alive
Lying in his arms

Like he’s the only man in town
Thirteen women don’t say I love you
Yet she whispers “love me like you do”
Holding on like a uranium rock falling down
When three little words cause such harm

“I love you”
Who said it to who?
Is this love or maybe a false alarm

Copyright © 2015 Second Circle Creations, Will A. Bradford Jr. All rights reserved.

Inspired By: Mystique, Raven Darkhölme, Jennifer Lawrence, Five Stars “Atom Bomb Baby” (1957) Cold War Classics (Atomic Platters), Smash Mouth “I’m a Believer” (The Monkees and Eddie Murphy) Shrek (2001), Elton Britt “Uranium Fever” (1955) Cold War Classics (Atomic Platters), Arthur ‘Big Boy’ Crudup “I’m Gonna Dig Myself A Hole” (1951) Cold War Classics (Atomic Platters), Placebo “Every You, Every Me”, Dore Alpert “Fallout Shelter” (1962) Cold War Classics (Atomic Platters), Edwin McCain “I’ll Be”, Bill Haley and His Comets “Thirteen Women” (1954) Cold War Classics (Atomic Platters), Ellie Goulding “Love Me Like You Do” Fifty Shades of Grey Soundtrack, Warren Smith “Uranium Rock” (1958) Cold War Classics (Atomic Platters), AC/DC “Who Made Who”, Whitesnake “Is This Love”, “CivilDefenseSpot” (YouTube), and a great many thanks to “Fallout 4”


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