Electric Funeral, by Black Sabbath (music video)


“Electric Funeral” – By Black Sabbath.  Lyrics:

Reflex in the sky warn you you’re gonna die
Storm coming, you’d better hide from the atomic tide
Flashes in the sky turns houses into sties
Turns people into clay, radiation minds decay

Robot minds of robot slaves lead them to atomic rage
plastic flowers, melting sun, fading moon falls upon
dying world of radiation, victims of mad frustration
Burning globe of oxy’n fire, like electric funeral pyre

Buildings crashing down to a cracking ground
Rivers turn to wood, ice melting to flood
Earth lies in death bed, clouds cry water dead
Tearing life away, here’s the burning pay

Electric Funeral
Electric Funeral
Electric Funeral
Electric Funeral

And so in the sky shines the electric eye
supernatural king takes earth under his wing
Heaven’s golden chorus sings, Hell’s angels flap their wings
Evil souls fall to Hell, ever trapped in burning cells!

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And while in Black Sabbath land, here’s another one, Into The Void, from a playlist :

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Enjoy the weekend. ;-)

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One Response to Electric Funeral, by Black Sabbath (music video)

  1. thefoolonthehill says:

    I had an incredibly vivid dream a few nights ago – one of the most real and terrifying visions I’ve had for years.
    I was in a cathedral when the bombs started going-off in the distance. As the shockwaves went through, the stained glass windows blew-in and the bells fell into the hall through the roof as the tower was destroyed. I experienced the noise, the dust, the panic, the screaming, the blood.
    The few of us in the building weren’t badly hurt apart from cuts from the flying glass and deafness, but the sensation of going from ‘before the bombs’ to ‘after the bombs’ and awaiting the waves of fallout was profound and desparate.
    Everything changed – all hope evaporated in an instant.
    I woke knowing that no amount of potassium iodide, gasmasks and bottled water would make any difference to survival – either mine or anyone else’s.
    The end result would be the same.

    It was very similar to how I felt when I watched Unit 3 at Fukushima blow live on TV in 2011, but more so. Life has been very hollow since then and shows no sign of lessons having been learned or any change for the better in the world.
    Nuclear technology is the work of the criminally insane.

    I’m strangely not particularly depressed or scared of what the future might bring, but I hold little hope for humankind.
    I’ve lived each day as if it were the last since Fuku blew and try to find something positive, no matter how small.
    Today you pointed me at Steve Hughes, who made me laugh.
    Thanks, man.

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