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Russians | Sting 1985

In Europe and America There’s a growing feeling of hysteria

Conditioned to respond to all the threats In the rhetorical speeches of the Soviets

Mr. Khrushchev said we will bury you I don’t subscribe to this point of view

It would be such an ignorant thing to do If the Russians love their children too

How can I save my little boy From Oppenheimer’s deadly toy?

There is no monopoly in common sense On either side of the political fence

We share the same biology Regardless of ideology

Believe me when I say to you I hope the Russians love their children too

There is no historical precedent To put the words in the mouth of the President

There’s no such thing as a winnable war It’s a lie - we don’t believe anymore!

Mr. Reagan says we will protect you I don’t subscribe to this point of view

Believe me when I say to you I hope the Russians love their children too

We share the same biology Regardless of ideology

What might save us - me, and you Is if the Russians love their children too

Songwriters: Sting, Prokofev Sergej S

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