I like the music production of the song. The subject matter was a good listen.Very Bob Dylan.
Clever lyrics , which is what I would expect from you Warren !
Especially loved the gospel type choir when it came in .
This song has a strong leaning toward the sounds of Donovan or the MOODY BLUES. I like how it sneaks into a nice Folk Rock groove. The drum slap adds a nice steady touch. It has a nice build as instruments are added. Cool reference to George Harrison. I like the gospel finish. A tune such as this one could easily be in a movie.
Good recording and good subject
When I glanced at the lyrics, I knew I had to listen to this song. We've gone past the "Eve of Destruction" and met its consequences and we are taken to a deeper level of introspection. Lyrically a stark landscape full of irony, pleading, contradictions, and asking us the meaningfulness of our religious values. This song demands that you really listen! The melody strains and stretches, and is composed so that it fits the mood of the lyrics. It culminates at the end with a choir that wraps up the song. I could really see this in an epic movie!
Very unusual song lyrics. Interesting to listen to to try to get the sense of the writers direction. Was almost like a revival type song, with a current twist. I like the voice quality, breathy and edgy. It worked for this song.
I really liked this...kind of an anti-religion song, huh? Lyrics are gripping and interesting through out...a little cliche'd but it was kinda needed to make the point e.g. "praise the lord and pass the ammunition" The choir toward the end really cinched this for me...credible singers...and I finally got the title thanks to them.
a unique and interesting song. really liked the lyrics on the verses . liked the gospel section which was a nice suprise.
has a theratrical feel to the melody. very different , great ending
Great song...very original.
Good vocal and arrangement. Good hook and a capella ending
Nice intro.I love the lyrics.Clever lyrics.LOVIN YOUR SONG!!! You gave me a surprise with your chorus.... totally unexpected
What the heck did I just listen to? A lyrical masterpiece I think. A dose of religion with a side of satire to make the medicine go down and come back up again. This is great great great. This is the kind of song writing that inspires.