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Atomic Bomb
William Onyeabor Lyrics


I want to realize, man
The way I feel in me (how do you feel?)
I want to realize, women
The way I feel in me (how do you feel?)
I'm going to explode
(You mean you're gonna to explode?)
I'm going to explode, watch out
I'm going to explode
Like atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb

Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb

Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb

I want to realize, oh man
The way I feel in me, how do you feel?
I want to realize women
The way I feel in me (how do you feel?)
I'm going to explode
(You mean you're going to explode?)
I'm going to explode
I'm going to explode
Like atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb
Atomic bomb

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Written by: WILLIAM ONYEABOR

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Victor Yakubu

I'm Nigerian, and I must say I grew up listening to William Onyeabor's music in the '70s. My aunt was a teacher east of Kaduna town toward Jos city, capital of Plateau State. She used to have a large collection of LPs from all over the world.

This track was the one she used to serenade herself to sleep, not because it was not good, but because it was excellently done to send you to Cloud 7. To think that this was the '70s makes me really appreciate Onyeabor's musical effort.

There was none like him at that time. He was well ahead of the musical game. Unfortunately, he went off the radar but my aunts LPs are stored in my village store. This track "ATOMIC BOMB" reminds me of many things.

Thanks for bringing him back to light, I mean lamplight. I must say, thanks.

Steflonc

Thank you sir

Vladimir Salo

This track crossed over my iTunes two days ago, since then I will keep in my most valuable collection!!!

Jimbo P

That's such a cool story. You must know that your aunt was the COOLEST to be into this music that long ago. The world is still not ready for William Onyeabor.

Blair Sadewitz

@adorno_gangI think it is important to note, though, that trade is not inherently exploitative. Keep in mind that these organizations are internationalist; they're just as happy to run roughshod over the population at home as they are abroad. Unfortunately, this seems to apply more or less equally to, for example, the US government and US corporations--including the internationalism.

Here is a paper that I had in my queue of things to read. It illustrates what I am trying to describe a lot better than I do. ;-)

https://academic.oup.com/jah/article/99/1/155/854916

"U.S. Oil Companies, the Nigerian Civil War, and the Origins of Opacity in the Nigerian Oil Industry"

adorno_gang

@Blair Sadewitz I'm afraid it's a matter of geopolitics rather than just Nigeria's own politics... As long as the world's foremost industrial powers exploit the Third World for profit, countries like Nigeria can't be independent or prosperous

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ASMR Relax

I was exploding on a toilet in Taiwan when I first heard this song. It helped calm me in the experience.

Amanda Hyler

That's beautiful

Michael Myers

😂

Heidy Alvarado

LMAO!

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