my favorite song on Revolver

Two Wars to End all Wars
Ended in US victory
Then into Korea
A war without Resolution
Still in disarray
Onto South East Asia & Vietnam
Star crossed from the start
Ended in misery
The fifty-year Cold War
By sleigh of hand
Suddenly ended peacefully
That Wall came down
Raising hopes for the future
By everybody
Middle Eastern Chickens planted in the 50’s
Came home to roost in the 70’s
Iranian complications
Cause & effected by unseen interventions
Gave us today’s media fascination
Invented Islamist Extremisms
Thirty years later
We are fighting the phantom Al-Ki-A-Da
Didn’t know an invention of the CIA? Duh?
Conflicts take a long time to resolve
Hate takes more than time to dissolve
As my favorite song on Revolver goes’
Tomorrow Never Knows
Everything seems to be a whitewash – For a brainwash
All information is jumbled into a mish-mosh
Money Junkies getting there fix at the Government Troth
Doing the biddings of their corporate boss
Pulling strings to make record profits – Calling it a loss
Conflicts for convenience of profits
From the inside out may surly rot us
As my favorite song on Revolver goes
Tomorrow Never Knows

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