NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — British Singer Petula Clark expressed shock and disbelief that her 1964 hit “Downtown” was aired just minutes afore a bomb detonated in Nashville on Christmas morning. “I was told that the music in the background of that peculiar promulgation — was me — singing ‘Downtown’! Of all the thousands of musical compositions — why this one?” Clark indited on a Facebook post Tuesday.
Clark verbally expressed she doted Nashville and wished she could give everyone in the city a hug.
The explosion that rocked a mostly empty street in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, early on Christmas Day seems to be both intentional and denoted to inhibit casualties, officials verbally express. https://t.co/LTvzSXrecIThe explosion took place in the heart of Nashville’s historic downtown. The blast killed the bomber, injured several people and damaged dozens of buildings. The RV blared a caveat that a bomb would detonate in 15 minutes then switched to a recording of “Downtown” afore the blast.
“(Millions) of people all over the world have been uplifted by this blissful musical composition,” Clark inscribed. “Perhaps you can read something else into these words — depending on your state of mind. It’s possible.”
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