You and I, we’re nuclear

Two atoms intertwined

A vivacious ripped scar

Energetic and fully alive


Let’s go and get nuclear

And paint this world red

Bounding in near and far

Until we are all but dead


And our nuclear resonance

They’ll taste our contagion

Catching radiating defiance

Into massive nuclear fission


We are a nuclear family

The perfect combination

Yet an unorthodox trinity

Nothing but dysfunction


Our house of nuclear reactor

Fill with too much resistance

Wafted stank chemical ardour

Vats of industrial contrivance


The hidden nuclear weapons

That we’re wielding into divide

And clash in perpetual motion

Lay ruin upon the other’s lives


But those nuclear warheads

Will be to our self-destruction

Biohazard and contaminated

Result to our own decimation


And this coldest nuclear winter

A chilling climate to last forever

Mushroom clouds block the sun

In dusty high-altitude cremation


We are a giant nuclear disaster

This planet’s final ending harm

When we split apart even faster

And ignite that final deadly bomb


We’re nothing but a nuclear fallout

The wrongful radioactive explosion

Left in rubbles of the last battlefield

Left wounded in chaotic pandemonium.

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