||[May. 1st, 2009|03:25 am]
The Question Club
|||||1991, by...I don't know||]|
Does anyone know anything about this song? Like the real lyrics, or who sang it? I remember finding the lyrics a looong time ago, but now I can't find anything on the internet about it. Not a single damn thing. All I find is junk about various songs written in the year, which coincidentally is also the title of the song, 1991. No, Google. When I say I want "1991 lyrics," I don't want Tim McGraw (1991) lyrics, I want the lyrics to the song called 1991! It's rock, not country! Aaargh! Anyways, somebody please tell me I'm not crazy and that this is a real song written by a real band. Here are the lyrics (brackets mean I don't know the lyrics):
"In 1991, the big war had begun/(speaking people?) (lived their lives?) in the heat of a manmade sun/Although the people tried/to keep the world alive/(the whole world was warring from the rioting that was done?)
Chorus: Nineteen ninety one...Nineteen ninety one...Nineteen hundred and ninety one...
(Something, skipped around?) They say the minions that survived, and the entire population left with the children from the sky! Now was the time, their journey had begun, they left the earth forever, for the kingdom of the sun!
Chorus: For the kingdom of the sun...Now their journey has begun...
(Musical interlude involving weird sound effects, an organ, and guitar)
All the fathers love their daughters/All the world your time has come/They left the planet earth forever/for the kingdoms of the sun..."