Wake me up when the iron bull comes crashing down
and them belly's full
I don't wanna, don't wanna be sleeping for that

Wake me up when Jack and Jill make the same amount of money luggin' water up the hill
I don't wanna, don't wanna be sleeping for that.

Wake me up when the drunk is sober when the never end and the story's over
I don't wanna, don't wanna be sleeping for that

If you wanna ride you ride and your suit and tie
if you really wanna rid eyou'll need a suit and tie on an iron bull yeah yeah
iron bull yeah yeha

If you wanna ride, you'll ride in your suit and tie
If you really wanna ride you'll need a suit and tie
I'll just ?? all your quarters here. (unsure)

Wake me up when the war is ended and when amendments of amendments have all been amended
I don't wanna, don't wanna be sleeping for that.

Wake me up in the black of the night when the series is blown for the Fourth of July them slow motion fireworks, I don't wanna be sleeping for that.

I came out swinging
and now I'm ready for a night
I'll spend like money, empty like the gas tank
Dry as a canyon gap
And I'm hopeful, I'm hopeful
for the rain to wash away the bees

But I'm tired, yeah I'm tired
and I'll sit down on my knee.

So wake me up when you slipped under the rug
when the back of your mind comes runnin' to the front
I don't wanna, don't wanna be sleeping for that

If you wanna ride, you ride, in your suit and tie
and if you really wanna ride you'll need a suit and tie
On an iron bull yeah yeah
iron bull yeah yeah

If you wanna ride, you'll ride in your suit and tie
If you really wanna ride you'll need a suit and tie
I'll just spend all your quarters here.

Wake me up when the iron bull comes crashing down in them bellies of food
Now wake me up when the iron bull comes crashing down and their belies are full
Don't wanna
Don't wanna be sleepin'.


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Iron Bull song meanings
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