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Thread: Songs that remind us of the attacks on 9/11/01

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    Here's another 9/11 thread that's earned five stars. This web site's home base is in Scotland.

    Popular Media Events That Seem to Predict 9/11 @ Unexplained Mysteries

    Can you think of any art, movies, cartoons or music made prior to 911 that seem predict it.
    Started by Elsupremo, March 9, 2016

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    Page 1 has many eye openers pics, posters, & 1 brief 27 second German video! Then page 2 begins with the Lone Gunman TV series show synchronous to the WTC posted by Dr. Powerfun. It's found in the last post in the thread below this one. Below that top post it's just back and forth exchanges not so much on topic.

    http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com...o-predict-911/


    MK II
    "So if you're tired of the same old story! Oh, turn some pages!" sung by Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon of Champaign - Urbana, Illinois

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    The last post, coupled with the 4 pages, has had no luck luring in a comment. So moving on let's keep the British Rock Music invasion theme going here.


    Here's the only Pink Floyd song from 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason', circa 1986-87, that most Classic Rock radio stations play every day. Coast to Coast AM chose it once again on Friday night and Charlotte, NC's "John Boy and Billy Big Show" aired it loudly at sunrise yesterday morning.

    It's one of just two songs from their album that 2 You Tube members have chosen as the sound tracks for WTC's 1, 2 & 7 tribute videos of the sad day. Their other choice, with views numbering in the millions, was "On The Turning Away".

    Taken as a whole AMLOR must have 70% of it's lyrics capable of sadly syncing so easily with September 11, 2001 specifically with *** **** ****. Some lines will take the aid of your old "thinking cap" with it's chin strap snugged tightly :!:

    Seldom will you hear another rock song come on the air with more of a "There it is!", easily recognized, surprise factor, as The Floyd's "Learning to Fly".

    So check it out to read lines that sadly fit and there'll be just a few that don't. The title itself gave American citizens many sleepless nights following 9/11 inside *** **** ****. :cry:



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    NO INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT IS INTENDED FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF A "JUNGIAN EDUCATION"!



    MK II :hourglass Maybe those two imojies will switch places one of these days.


    :wink: I'm still hoping a dedicated Pink Floyd fan will arrive someday that will exchange on topic posts with me about that old "British Invasion" album so heavily criticized ops: by those inept UK rock music critics. :P
    "So if you're tired of the same old story! Oh, turn some pages!" sung by Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon of Champaign - Urbana, Illinois

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