Boom Boom

Story Behind The Song

Song for a friend who has gone

Song Description

Song for a friend who has gone

Song Length 3:45 Genre Pop - Rock, R & B - General
Tempo Fast (151 - 170) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Troubled, Gloomy Subject General, Fools

Lyrics

Boom Boom

I'm in the best of your dreams,
My face is never what it seems
Your circumstance, you try hard to forget.
But with my spell, I've sucked you in,
Filled your head, and heart with sin
I'm that part of life, you'll live to regret.

So little man, you've grown tired of the grass
Dirty old reefers, and trusted old hash,
Someone, says hey, why don't you try some brown.
You'll inhale me one afternoon,
I'll be in your arms, real soon.
Just like a ticking bomb, boom boom

Yeah, my name is heroin, I won't let you down,
But lets be friends, and call me brown.
Lets get married and go on a honeymoon.
If you file for divorce, I'll even the score,
Make you sick like you've never been before.
Yeah turn you on, needle and spoon.

Well honey, you start fooling with me,
Just let me tell you., of how it will be.
I will seduce you ,and make you my very own,
Once I've entered deep in your veins,
I'll make sure I drive you insane.
Then I'll show you, the monster you've grown.

Yeah, my name is heroin, I won't let you down,
But lets be friends, and call me brown.
Lets get married and go on a honeymoon.
You'll inhale me one afternoon,
I'll be in your arms, real soon.
Just like a ticking bomb, boom boom

Yeah, my name is heroin, I won't let you down,
But lets be friends, and call me brown.
Lets get married and go on a honeymoon.
Chase the dragon in the afternoon
Use the needle, to shout at the moon
Just like a ticking bomb, boom boom
Just like a ticking bomb, boom boom
Just like a ticking bomb, boom boom


© Ronnie Dorman

Lyrics Ronnie Dorman Music Ronnie Dorman/Cyril Bouysse
Producer Ronnie Dorman Publisher Ronnie Dorman
Performance Ronnie Dorman

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