"Danger" as written by Vince Neil, Mick Mars and Nikki Sixx....
Had wild dreams
Walkin' the streets
Hell we were young
Never looked back
So we took our dreams
Ran like hell
Lived our youth
From a wishing well
Me and the boys
Made a pact
To love or die
No turning back
Scarred fr life
All my best friends died
I lost my mind
It made me hate
I can't escape I can't escape

(Pre Chorus)
I'm a wildcat
A shotgun blast
Madman
Strong as steel
Overkill
No more deals

(Chorus)
Danger
You're in danger
When the boys are around
Danger
You're in danger
And this is my town
This is Hollywood

I was blind
One step from the edge
Spin round and round
Out of my head
Lost in my gin
From riches to sin
Loose again
I've escaped
I've escaped

(Pre-Chorus)
Tatooed lies
Distant eyes
Hollywood
It's been ten long years
Tears and fears

(Chorus)
(Pre-Chorus)
(Chorus)


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"Danger" as written by Mick Mars Nikki Sixx

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    General CommentThis is the song that concludes my favorite Motley Crue record "Shout at the Devil"...
    I think they were in a gang... if they were than that explains the "Wild Cats" and "Shot-gun Blasts". I love this song so much along with the rest of the songs on the album...
    ozzmonkeyon September 24, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMick used to hang out with guys who were in a gang correct me if im wrong but eventually things started getting REALLY fucked up and such people went to jail all he ever did was go over there hang out with them play guitar and shit i think they were older too and they eventually found there wayinto gangs possibly about htat?
    oldskoolpunker23on July 31, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthey weren't in a gang they themselves were kind of their own gang and just were dangerous and crazy and care free!
    beautifulnightmareon September 25, 2008   Link

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