"Dynamite Lady" as written by and Stuart/butler Adamson....
I'd better be leaving
She said then she whispered
They're waiting for me at the fairground tonight
I'll never be back and I'll never be missed
But I leave something here
And that doesn't seem right
All of the time I just travel and travel
Am I running away or am I running home
There's a man and a family
Somewhere in the suburbs
I forget his name and I can't find the town
Boom goes the world of the dynamite lady
Making her way with a flash and a bang
Boom goes the life of the dynamite lady
Picking up the pieces wherever she can
All of my days hang on one fiery moment
A hushing of crowds and a dimming of lights
And I lie curled up like a child in the darkness
I die if its wrong I'm reborn if it's right
Boom goes the world of the dynamite lady
Making her way with a flash and a bang
Boom goes the life of the dynamite lady
Picking up the pieces wherever she can
I walk through the clouds and I don't hear the cheers
There's a sound in my head that you almost could see
And the look in their eyes says I might as well live
It was already over before the dust cleared
Boom goes the world of the dynamite lady
Making her way with a flash and a bang
Boom goes the life of the dynamite lady
Picking up the pieces wherever she can
Boom goes the world of the dynamite lady
Making her way with a flash and a bang
Boom goes the life of the dynamite lady
Picking up the pieces wherever she can
Boom goes the world of the dynamite lady
Making her way with a flash and a bang
Boom goes the life of the dynamite lady
Picking up the pieces wherever she can
Making her way with a flash and a bang
Picking up the pieces wherever she can


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"Dynamite Lady" as written by Stuart Adamson

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