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Lyr Req: The 12 Days of Peacetime

GUEST,HootenannyGuy 16 Dec 07 - 08:09 PM
Peace 17 Dec 07 - 10:05 AM
GUEST,Mike 22 Dec 17 - 04:01 PM
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Subject: The 12 Days of Peacetime?
From: GUEST,HootenannyGuy
Date: 16 Dec 07 - 08:09 PM

Surely someone out there in Mudcatland can help with this query:

Back in the 1960's I heard a song called "The Twelve Days of
>Peacetime." I am trying to find the lyrics to it. It was sung to
>the tune of The Twelve Days of Christmas. It Began, "On the first
>day of peacetime, my leader said to me, There'll be no world war
>three." Other lines were "Bigger better bombs", "Don't sign the
>test ban", and at the point where you'd hear "Five Gold Rings" it
>was "Rearm Germany!" It was a satirical political hoot sung at the
>National Music Camp at Interlochen, Michigan by one of the
>Counselors there named Ira Kaufman.
Thanks in advance

Hootenanny Guy

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Subject: RE: The 12 Days of Peacetime?
From: Peace
Date: 17 Dec 07 - 10:05 AM

That's all I could find. Updated I guess.

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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: The 12 Days of Peacetime
From: GUEST,Mike
Date: 22 Dec 17 - 04:01 PM

On the first day of peacetime my government said to me There wont be a world war three
On the second day.... said to me Save your Uniforms..
On the third day .... said to me: Atom Bombs for peace...
On the fourth day.... said to me: Fallout doesn't hurt...
On the fifth day .... said to me: Re-arm Germany! ...
On the sixth day .... said to me: Build a fallout shelter...

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