LionDub - Working Class Zombie The Thirty Years War 4 months ago   04:51

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Marko Kattilakoski
Words and music: Marko Kattilakoski. Actors: Henry Arousell and Dennis Åhs. Camera: Johan Karlsson. Directed and Edited by Marko Kattilakoski.

Lyrics: Working Class Zombie

Monday morning, just cant get out of bed
Feeling som weak, I didnt know I am dead
Monday morning, late for work again
Voices from the crypt, rest in peace my friend

My life is just Monday Friday
My time is sold to the devil

I am a dread, I am undead, I am a zombie
I never eat, never sleep, I am a zombie
I am a dread, I am undead, I am a zombie
I never eat, never sleep, I am a zombie

Friday evening sweet as whine
Thinking killing time cant be a crime
Friday evening, drinking last week pay
Bury my sorrows, tomorrow is Monday

My life is just Monday Friday
My time is sold to the devil
My life is just Monday Friday
My price is seen on payday

I am a dread, I am undead, I am a zombie
I never eat, never sleep, I am a zombie
I am a dread, I am undead, I am a zombie
I never eat, never sleep, I am a zombie

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Ema Ba
Great lyrics & music! Why I not heard this before...
Marko Kattilakoski
Then I'm happy that it was you who found it. Many thanks Dihezowy
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The Thirty Years War LionDub - Working Class Zombie 4 months ago   15:55

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The Thirty Years' War was fought from 1618-1648 (Thirty Years!) in the Holy Roman Empire. It began as a conflict between Catholics and Protestants in Bohemia, but grew to involve Denmark, Sweden, and France. After the French began helping Gustavus Adolphus, the Protestant king of Sweden, the lines became blurry and the war became more about the balance of power in Europe than about religion. The Peace of Westphalia paved the way for France to become the dominant power in Western Europe and for the permanent decline of the Holy Roman Empire as a political institution.

If you like this lecture, check out my other lectures for AP European History and Western Civilization!