Where is your life you've been looking for
a hundred thousand years
You grieve, so just leave please
'cause you carry a lonely disease
Don't call me Shakespeare 'cause he was a
good friend of mine

I cringe at your name yet I can only smile at your face

Don't you put the drop on
Don't you drop the bomb on
Don't you put the drop on me
Don't you drop the bomb on
Don't you put the drop on
Don't you drop the bomb on me

Where is your life you've been drowning in
a hundred thousand tears
Unseen, you're a queen, but I don't care
for what you've been
Don't call me Shakespeare 'cause he was a
good friend of mine

I cringe at your name yet I can only smile at your face

Don't you put the drop on
Don't you drop the bomb on
Don't you put the drop on me
Don't you drop the bomb on
Don't you put the drop on
Don't you drop the bomb on me

Walk... I feel... my feet... lose ground
the rope, the rope... I swing, I choke... I
Shame I won't bow down and kiss the ground
Change I won't come around

I cringe at your name yet I can only smile at your face

Don't you put the drop on
Don't you drop the bomb on
Don't you put the drop on me
Don't you drop the bomb on
Don't you put the drop on
Don't you drop the bomb on me

Shame I won't bow down and kiss the ground
Change I won't come around


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Lady Shakespeare's Bomb song meanings
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