"Bombs" as written by Rollo Armstrong, Harry Stephen Laird Collier, Ayalah Deborah Bentovim and Maxwell Alexander Fraser....
He's building bombs in the bathroom
The man who lives right next door
Why don't you go round and ask him
If that's what all this noise for.

He's building bombs in the bathroom

Right next door to me
His bomb factory
'Not how this country used to be'
It seems like years ago
When everyone you know
Would live the good life
Just like you and me

The time of my first suspicion
When I first became aroused
Well the smell that came from his kitchen
Almost made me call the council round

He's building bombs in the bathroom

Right next door to me
His bomb factory
'Not how this country used to be'
It seems like years ago
When everyone you know
Would live the good life
Just like you and me

Right next door to me
His bomb factory
'Not how this country used to be'
It seems like years ago
When everyone you know
Would live the good life
Just like you and me


Lyrics submitted by sakuramayoke

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