"Laughing In The Hiding Bush" as written by Roger J. Ramirez, Austin Dickinson and Bruce Dickinson....
There's a sinister game that children play
Hey, hey, hey, hey
When they get to the end of each schoolday
Hey, hey, hey, hey

They spend their lives getting ready for the kill...Ha!
Laughing in the hiding bush
The joker is back
Laughing in the hiding bush
The joker is back

Who remembers the names of fallen heroes
Hey, hey, Hey, hey
Who remembers today to fly their flags
Hey, hey, Hey, hey

I couldn't say I loved you like I did before...Ha!
Laughing in the hiding bush
The joker is back
Laughing in the hiding bush

It's the laughing attack
The joker is back
He's wild in the pack
The joker is back
Laughing in the hiding gonna kick him in the bush, yeah

Laughing in the hiding bush
The joker is back
Laughing in the hiding bush
The joker is back

Laughing in the hiding bush
He's wild in the pack
Laughing in the hiding bush
The joker is back


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"Laughing in the Hiding Bush" as written by Bruce Dickinson Austin Dickinson

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    General Comment"Laughing in the hiding gonna kick him in the bush, yeah " i'm SURE that's supposed to be "laughing and a-hiding and a-kicking in the bush, yeah!" maybe i'm wrong but it seems to make more sense...
    Xenimmeon May 12, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Laughing in the Hiding Bush" was a song Bruce dedicated to his son. According to Bruce, when his son was young, he would say that he was "laughing in the hiding bush" instead of "hiding in the laughing bush". As a result, the "laughing bush" was a nickname for a bush in their home.
    RainbowDemonon December 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentWhat is the hiding bush? Is that what God uses to talk to moses with... lol
    lawofthetrapezoidon March 26, 2007   Link

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