Petula Clark is upset her 1964 hit Downtown was chosen because the countdown anthem to the Nashville explosion on Christmas Day.
Anthony Quinn Warner, the alleged bomber who died within the Tennessee blast, attached explosives to a leisure car and warned passers-by of the explosion whereas blasting out Clark’s music, written by Tony Hatch.
The Second Avenue blast left three individuals injured and broken greater than 40 companies.
Now English singer Petula has damaged her silence after her music grew to become the soundtrack of doom.
“I really like Nashville and its individuals,” she mentioned in an announcement printed on Fb, including: “Why this violent act – abandoning it such devastation?”
“I used to be advised that the music within the background of that unusual announcement – was me – singing Downtown! Of all of the hundreds of songs – why this one?” she contemplated.
Citing the tune’s lyrics, Petula added: “If you’re alone and life is making you lonely/you may at all times go downtown. Maybe you may learn one thing else into these phrases, relying in your frame of mind.”
She concluded her message by stating: “I want to wrap my arms round Nashville. Provide you with all a hug.”
Police officers are nonetheless trying to find a motive.
Quinn Warner’s stays had been discovered within the wreckage of the RV.