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Ranger Man stated before that he has an interest not only in survivalism, but in the history of survivalism. I showed you Cold War Era Survival Seeds, let me show you another piece of interest – Cold War sheet music! Scope this old school action – “Shelter Lullaby” – apparently this was music one would play to the little ones as the air raid sirens go off and everyone huddles inside the family bunker / shelter. Craaaaaazy! Look at the fear on the poor kids’ faces:
And the music:
Somewhere there are sleeping little children,
Where there are no pillows for their bed;
Tiny frowns are on their lovely faces,
Men with wings are rushing over head.
O dear God, please send to little children
Dreams where only angels softly tread;
For they were born in image of the Christ-Child,
Like Him who had no place to lay His head.
Bye, oh baby, bye, oh baby, bye;
Bye, oh baby, bye, oh baby, bye.
That’s whacked! Imagine having to sing the kiddos a bunker lullaby song as you sit in the dark underground waiting for the rumble of bombs . . . sketchy! Thank God I’ve never had to do that; hopefully I never will.
– Ranger Man