Coldplay included on their latest album “Everyday Life” an anti-gun anthem which laments the fact that children “make pistols with their fingers and their thumbs.”
The track, simply titled “Guns,” is a folk song and the released portions of it are acoustic. NME published a summation of the political song’s lyrics thusly:
“Everyday Life” reveals an anti-gun anthem which laments the fact that children “make pistols with their fingers and their thumbs.”
Genius.com posted song lyrics that come later in the track:
Take it from the playgrounds and take it from the bums
Take it from the hospitals and squeeze it from the slums
All the kids make pistols with their fingers and their thumbs
Advertise a revolution, arm it when it comes
We’re cooking up the zeros, we’ve been doing all the sums
The judgment of this court is we need more guns
Meltdown all the trumpets, all the trombones and the drums
Who needs education or A Thousand Splendid Suns?
Poor is good for business, cut the forests, they’re so dumb
Only save your look-alikes and fuck the other ones
It’s the opinion of this board that we need more guns
Listen to the track below:
The British band promoted “Guns” on social media.
Earlier this week Breitbart news reported that Coldplay was refusing to schedule a concert tour for the new album unless they were convinced it would not negatively impact the environment. The band’s lead singer Chris Martin explained, “Our next tour will be the best possible version of a tour like that environmentally. We would be disappointed if it’s not carbon neutral.”
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