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originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: gortex
She loved animals too. "What's in your hay, in your hay? Brumby, brumby, brumby." One of the best horse-related songs of the early 1990s.
What's in your head, in your head Zombie, zombie, zombie-ie-ie, oh
originally posted by: robbeh
ira loving scum....
Colin Parry's 12-year-old son Tim was killed alongside three-year-old Jonathan Ball in 1993 when two IRA bombs detonated in Cheshire. The Cranberries recorded the single Zombie in 1994 in memory of the two boys. Mr Parry told BBC's Good Morning Ulster programme he had been touched by the lyrics but had not known their significance until after the singer's death.
"The words are both majestic and also very real.
"The event at Warrington, like the many events that happened all over Ireland and Great Britain, affected families in a very real way and many people have become immune to the pain and suffering that so many people experienced during that armed campaign.
"To read the words written by an Irish band in such compelling way was very, very powerful.
"I likened it to the enormous amount of mail expressing huge sympathy that we received in the days, weeks and months following our loss.
"Proportionately a very high total of that total came from the island of Ireland," he said.
"It was a shock that a lady so young should die so unexpectedly," he added.