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Fallout Shelter

This song is by Billy Chambers and appears on the compilation Atomic Platters: Cold War Music From the Golden Age of Homeland Security (2005).

I'd rather die with you than live without you
And I hope that you feel the same

Mom and Dad and I were getting ready for the game
I couldn't play tonight, you know, my leg's still kinda lame
And then I heard my mother call out our Savior's name
I looked to the east and the sky was filled with flames

Then Dad said don't worry, we don't have to be scared
We've got our new fallout shelter waitin' for us there
When I told Dad I'd go get you, he said don't you dare
There's no room for your girl, son, that just wouldn't be fair

I'd rather die with you than live without you
And I hope that you feel the same

Then I thought of all the happy times that we had spent together
And the way we pledged our love to each other forever
Could I be there in that shelter with you out here
Rather than hold you in my arms? No, my darlin', never

Old Uncle Ben, everybody's friend, sits in there with his gun
The streets are all deserted now, did you see those people run?
You hold my hand, I understand the sickness has begun
And if we live or if we die our hearts will beat as one

I'd rather die with you than live without you
And I hope that you feel the same