"Blast Off Baby" as written by and Carla Bozulich....
Look out sugar, look out love,
The sky is falling from the heavens above.
Your socks are swinging from the clothesline,
Got no time for that now
And your eyes so big and black...
That's a little lamb, that's a big black bug,
Got your 50 cent fortune tucked under your rug.
You got your zoot suit body bag ready to blast off.
I'm in a milk crate by your bed,
With my head untucked to see your pretty feets.
Blast off baby. Baby blast off.
Come on honey, come on doll,
I wanna see you on fire, come on fly fire-ball.
What you're leaving behind,
Well it ain't nothing at all.
That's a little lamb, that's a big black bug,
Got your 50 cent fortune tucked under your rug.
You got your zoot suit body bag ready to blast off.
I'm in a milk crate by your bed,
With my head untucked to see your pretty feets.
Blast off baby. Baby blast off.
Blast off baby. Baby blast off.


Lyrics submitted by mattd23

"Blast off Baby" as written by Carla Bozulich

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    General CommentI think this song is either about commiting suicide or doing drugs. My bet is on suicide. "Blast off" = shoot yourself. Plus there is mention to a body bag. Actually, after rereading the lyrics, I think this song is about the different ways of commiting suicide. In the first stanza, she says "your socks are swining from the clothes line" which could mean the person hanged themselves. She also says "your eyes so big and black" which could be a result of suffication. Then in the third stanza she sings about lighting yourself on fire "I wanna see you on fire, come on fly fire-ball. " Then blast off could mean shoot yourself.
    mattd23on April 09, 2005   Link

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