"Jungle" as written by Curtis Anthony Cuomo, Paul Stanley and Bruce Kulick....
JUNGLE
Here I go
Down below
The sun is goin' down
A Jungle comes alive
The beast is waking up
To take another life

I can't sleep
In too deep
The man with nothing left
Without a place to hide
Will take a final breath
And tumble in the night
Yeah

Someone's safe at home
Someone dies alone
Someone's fallen prey
Yeah

Some will take their fill
Like lions to the kill
Livin' day to day
Whoa,
The Jungle

Mothers mourn
Fathers groan
The child takes a hit
And then he starts to cry
A mother never hears
Her baby's last goodbye
Yeah

Someone's safe at home
Someone dies alone
Someone's fallen prey
Yeah

Some will take their fill
Like lions to the kill
Livin' day to day
Whoa,
The Jungle

The sun is coming up
A city comes alive
The lamb will never see
A Jungle in the sky
Yeah

Someone's safe at home
Someone dies alone
Someone's falling prey
Yeah

Some will take their fill
Like lions to the kill
Livin' day to day
Yeah

Someone dies alone
Someone's safe at home
All is flesh and bone
Whoa,
The Jungle


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"Jungle" as written by Curtis Anthony Cuomo Bruce Kulick

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    General CommentCan someone tell me what this song is about? I think it might be about child abuse. And the song is called Jungle, not The Jungle.
    schwingrockeron January 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSEX BABY!
    Popcorn_adleron May 09, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think it's about rape, cuz it says someone's safe at home someone dies alone, and a mom will never hear her babies last good-bye Hence: being raped and killed, for once i don't think Paul is singing about having sex with something XD, but i think i have a good idea of the meaning
    SonofSimmons1994on September 03, 2009   Link

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