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The song was written primarily by Ramones lead singer Joey Ramone in reaction to U.S. president Ronald Reagan's visit to a military cemetery in Bitburg, West Germany. Reagan visited the cemetery, where he laid a wreath, and then gave a public address at a nearby air base on May 5, 1985; the visit was part of a trip paying tribute to the victims of Nazism and celebrating West Germany's revival as a powerful, democratic U.S. ally. The phrase… read more


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  • Avatar for TheMally98
    Love this!
  • Avatar for srv_
    One of my absolute favorite Ramones songs!
  • Avatar for Lowbacca
    live version on LOCO LIVE (1991)
  • Avatar for Dean-Smith
    Not a Ramones fan, but absolutley love this song
  • Avatar for DeadKinks
    May not be the Ramones' most typical or even best song, but it's definitly one of the best songs of the 80's. By anyone.
  • Avatar for drlarrymitchell
    Poking Johnny over his backwards political leanings yet again... from Howling at the Moon (sha la la): Ships are docking Planes are landing A never ending supply No more narco No more gangster Conservatives can cry I took the law and threw it away Cause there's nothing wrong It's just for play Theres no law, no law anymore I want to steal from the rich and Give to the poor
  • Avatar for ravenpryde
    KaneRobot, Johnny had already stolen Joey's girl long before this song was ever written. So I'd say it was at least a small measure of revenge that Joey wrote a song criticizing Regan and had the devout Reganite play guitar on it.
  • Avatar for wrandyvelasquez
    Bake and Destroy
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  • Avatar for Elturtle
    So great

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