"Gangbusters" as written by John Martin Connor, Brandon Finley, Sean Kilkenny and Dave Neabore....
Back in the old days when gangsters were all the rage
And crime was the front page of news and TV....
A group known to no one who's blows were all low ones
The cops had shit to go on they had no leads....

Drive by shootings
Murders at will...
Pay for protection
Or have yourself killed...

Gangbusters...

Guys like Al Capone who loved being unknown
Made themselves at home and still got away...
The law couldn't catch him or none of his hit men
So he died in prison for taxes unpaid...

Screw prohibition
Crimes go unsolved
Elliot Ness
Couldn't wrap up the mob...

Hey Ho- Who the gangbusters
Hey yo- You the gangbusters
That's Right- We the gangbusters...

Some say crime don't pay but they didn't feel that way
And so I would have to say that I do agree...
The gangbusters in the past proved they were there to last
By knife or shotgun blast for the world to see


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"Gangbusters" as written by Dave Neabore Brandon Finley

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