140. Vera Lynn, “We’ll Meet Again” (1939), as featured in Dr. Strangelove (1964):
This song was never originally intended to be about surviving in government bunkers during a nuclear war, but thanks to Kubrick’s use of it at the end of his dark Cold War comedy, it’s difficult nowadays to think of it in any other connection:
141. Megadeth, “Hangar 18” (1990):
And this song is about life in one of those bunkers:
142. Leslie Fish, “Digwell Carol” (1989):
And this song – like Fish’s similarly themed “Hello! Remember Us,” featured in an earlier installment of this SciFi SongFest – takes the perspective of those left outside the bunkers. (“Hello! Remember Us” is better, though.)
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