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Ween – Transitions lyrics
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I think this is about nuclear war and how it has changed the world - . S few nautical references - ferry and riding the crest. It was in an oceanic area, japan, that the first nuclear weapon was dropped. Harry truman is the only world leader to use a nuclear weapon on another country, and since then, we have been living in a different world (a dimension that's just begun), one that could end at any time due to nukes, a nuclear explosion is made with a reaction much like the reaction that powers our sun, and a nuclear explosion resembles a sun (morning sun), in world war 2, months after germany, the country who "started it" had surrendered, the us was still fighting japan - the were the "odors that lie dormant," creosote is a cleaning agent - the nuclear bomb dropped on japan was the creosote that got rid of the "japanese threat"
"aesthetic universal saturation"- although it is destructive, a nuclear explosion is quite beautiful, and an impressive human achievement.
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