After the war, Nena is "standing pretty, in this dust that was a city.""99 Red Balloons", Nena The Cold War Era, gave way to much hysteria about what "they" were doing, when "they" would attack, and how "they" would attack.
Radar technology was at its height, as it could detect anything in the sky..anything except a balloon; a balloon that could trigger nuclear war."Abacab", Genesis I was watching MTV unplugged or Pop-up video, and to hear Phil Collins tell it the title for this song had to do with the band members trouble playing the bridge.
S and she did not want to release the English version of the song!
"99 Luftbalons/99 Red Balloons", Nena The song is about someone letting 99 red balloons go flying into the sky in Berlin.
I'd heard both."99 luftbalons/99 red ballons", Nena It is correct that Both the English and German versions of the song tell a story of ninety-nine balloons floating into the air, triggering an apocalyptic overreaction by military forces.
They saw the red balloons and mistook it for an attack of some sort, and launched their weapons of mass destruction.Oh, he did everything right He brought the woman out of me, so many times, easily And in the morning when he woke all I left him was a note I told him I am the flower you are the seed We walked in the garden we planted a tree" then later in the song we hear the lyrics "Then it happened one day, we came round the same way You can imagine his surprise when he saw his own eyes I said please, please understand I'm in love with another man And what he couldn't give me was the one little thing that you can" this tell us that she is happy now and is pleading with him not to say anything. "Ana Ng", They Might Be Giants About the singer's dream girl being on the other side of the world, never to cross paths.The 1964 World's Fair was attended by both members of They Might Be Giants and represents confusion.If you read the lyrics with that thought, it does make sense.I've always loved this song and have oftentimes wondered what it's talking about."Angel of Death", Slayer This song is about the atrocities causes during WWII by a Nazi doctor named Josef Mengele.This is an offshoot of the web page about masturbation since a lot of people don't know what songs like "She-Bop" or "Turning Japanese" are really about.