Florida School Shooting Predictive Programming?

Nikolas Cruz, 19, massacred 17 people and injured dozens more in a bloody gun rampage at his former school in Parkland yesterday.

And many have noticed the tragedy is eerily similar to the track by the British rock legend – which is about a fictional school shooting.

The song – released on Bowie’s 2013 album The Next Day – includes lyrics like: “Valentine told me who's to go … The teachers and the football stars.”

Another line goes: “It's in his scrawny hands, it's in his icy heart.

“It's happening today.”

Producer Tony Visconti previously confirmed the song’s “scary” subject matter.

He reportedly said the song was “related to people who go postal – about people who acquire a gun and do awful things with it”.

There is no suggestion the song inspired the shooter to carry out the massacre.

But the tune’s eerie echo of yesterday’s events has not been lost on many.

The chilling lyrics to Valentine's Day by David Bowie

Valentine told me who's to go
Feelings he treasured most of all
The teachers and the football stars
It's in his tiny face
It's in his scrawny hands
Valentine sold his soul
He's got something to say
It's Valentine's day
The rhythm of the crowd
Benny and Judy down
Valentine sees it all
He's got something to say
It's Valentine's day


Valentine told me how he feels
If all the world were under his heels
Or stumbling through the mall
It's in his tiny face
It's in his scrawny hands
Valentine knows it all
He's got something to say


It's Valentine's day
Valentine, Valentine
Valentine, Valentine


It's in his scrawny hands
It's in his icy heart
It's happening today
Valentine, Valentine

It's in his scrawny hands
It's in his icy heart
It's happening today


Valentine, Valentine


The chilling similarities between the Florida shooting that left 17 dead and David Bowie’s 2013 song Valentine’s Day | The Sun



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