"Dynamite Road" as written by and Tommy Denander Alice Cooper....
Yeah, life is just a party, man, we're just looking for a thrill
We got rock 'n' roll and Detroit soul and plenty of blood to spill
My life is cruisin' with my band man in my tricked out Cadillac
We're always looking death right in the eye and never ever looking back

See the night is full of nitro and we just might explode
'Cause we're running like the devil up on dynamite road

For the moon is makin' trouble, man, and the road is dark and long
Hell, we're all seeing double and we know nothing could go wrong

Hey, there's a limo full of party girls and a pick-up full of goons
All fueled with hearts of perfidy, alcohol and Skynyrd tunes
My car is breathin' hot and heavy, man, with a viscous evil growl
It's enough to wake the devil, man, it's enough to make him howl

See the night was full of nitro and we thought we would explode
When that limo hit a hundred and he ran us off the road

I woke up chokin' at the smell of burnin' hair and gasoline
Twisted chrome, melted glass and broken bodies at the scene

Now the boys are up in heaven, man, I'm more likely down in hell
And I'm all wrapped up in bandages in a lonely holdin' cell
My memory might be kinda blurry man, but one thing I know for real
That slick black limo full of ladies had the devil at the wheel

See the night was full of nitro and man did we explode
We were racing with the devil up on dynamite road

I can understand why he forced the band to take their final breath
But did he have to trash my Cadillac? Man, I loved that car to death


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"Dynamite Road" as written by Tommy Denander Alice Cooper

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