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"'''99 Red Balloons'''" (1983) is a pacifist pop song from German singer Nena. The red balloons symbolize many things such as air force pilots in high tech jet fighters (each one a superhero or "[[Captain Kirk]]") or the singer's poignant wishes after her city is destroyed. The original German title is "99 Luftballons" which is translated as 99 air balloons.
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"'''99 Red Balloons'''" (1983) is a [[antiwar]] pop song from German singer Nena. The red balloons symbolize many things such as air force pilots in high tech jet fighters (each one a superhero or "[[Captain Kirk]]") or the singer's poignant wishes after her city is destroyed. The original German title is "99 Luftballons" which is translated as 99 air balloons.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.eightyeightynine.com/music/nena-99luftballoons.html lyrics in German and English]
 
*[http://www.eightyeightynine.com/music/nena-99luftballoons.html lyrics in German and English]
 
[[Category:Popular songs]]
 
[[Category:Popular songs]]

Revision as of 21:35, 16 December 2008

"99 Red Balloons" (1983) is a antiwar pop song from German singer Nena. The red balloons symbolize many things such as air force pilots in high tech jet fighters (each one a superhero or "Captain Kirk") or the singer's poignant wishes after her city is destroyed. The original German title is "99 Luftballons" which is translated as 99 air balloons.

External Links