"Love Bomb" as written by Angelo T. Petraglia and Robert Ellis Orrall....
I met her on a Monday down at the blue star
Where we all hang out
I picked her up at work Tuesday afternoon
That night we were rockin' the town
Wednesday, Thursday-- time sure flies when you're havin' a ball
A perfect match no strings attached
By Friday we'd done it all

Saturday night under the stars
Huggin' and a kissin' in the back of her car
I said ain't this the life, what could go wrong
When all of a sudden she dropped the love bomb

Those three little words
Set off a chain reaction like I'd never seen
I was shakin' in my boots
When she lit the fuse I was blown to smithereens
5,4,3,2,1- it hit me like a ton of bricks
She's got a mind to cross that line
I shoulda known it would come to this

Saturday night under the stars
Huggin' and a kissin' in the back of her car
I said ain't this the life, what could go wrong
When all of a sudden she dropped the love bomb

I was keeping it loose, taking it slow
Playing it cool, but wouldn't you know

Saturday night under the stars
Huggin' and a kissin' in the back of her car
I said ain't this the life, what could go wrong
When all of a sudden she dropped the love bomb



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"Love Bomb" as written by Robert Ellis Orrall Robert Orrall

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