"The Bomb" as written by Rex K. Rideout and Jeffrey H. Lorber....
Read my lips
Be all that you can be. Make a difference, give your dreams to me
Just like the television says, join the army, get ahead, oh please
No time for sleeping.
There's too much to do
Don't you forget that we do what they want us to

Let's get nuts. Let's spend some money
Take your shirt off honey
Let's freak out, life's just a party
You'll be sorry Charlie

Taste all your hearts desires. Take a boat ride through the sky and play
Go where it is you want to go, see the world on a float someday
They can be lazy or have some real fun
Nothing's too crazy, those politicians can't get done

Let's get nuts. Let's spend some money
Take your shirt off honey
Let's freak out, life's just a party
You'll be sorry Charlie

Rose colored glasses seem to be the rage
Oh, in bed with terrorists again ?

Let's get nuts. Let's spend some money
Take your shirt off honey
Let's freak out, life's just a party
You'll be sorry Charlie
Let's get nuts. Let's spend some money
Take your shirt off honey
Let's freak out, life's just a party
You'll be sorry Charlie


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"The Bomb" as written by Rex K. Rideout Jeffrey H. Lorber

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    General CommentThis song is so catchy, so positively vibed - and I don't even know if I spelled it right!
    Anyway, I like the song because of it's jazzy sound, and as I said, positive vibe, and I must say that the voice of the lead singer is absolutely gorgeous! And the meaning behind the song is simple - be all that you can be, be your own hero and enjoy every little thing you do, because in the end Life is just a party!
    pxhymnon December 21, 2010   Link

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