Use my body to keep you alive

Red, red kroovy
Red, red kroovy

Yeah, I'm on Durango, number 95
Take me to the home, kick boots and ultra live
See heaven flash a horror show
Knock it nice and smooth, step back and watch it flow, yeah

Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop

Red, red kroovy
Red, red kroovy

Yeah, the devil ride a dinosaur
He paint the monster red so the blood don't stain the floor
In out, real savage show
Skorry as a shot came sickness, and watch it flow, yeah

Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop

Scream if you want it
'Cause I want more
Scream if you want it
'Cause I want more

Red, red kroovy
Red, red kroovy

Yeah, I'm on Durango, number 95
Take me to the home, kick boots and ultra live
See heaven flash a horror show
Knock it nice and smooth, step back and watch it flow, yeah

Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop
Never gonna stop me, never gonna stop

Scream if you want it
'Cause I want more
Scream if you want it
'Cause I want more


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Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy) Lyrics as written by Rob Zombie Scott Humphrey

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    you're wrong about this song being nonsense...it is written in Nadsat though, which is the language from the movie A Clockwork Orange (which the video for the song is based)...the title of it Never Gonna Stop (The Red Red Krovvy) is even written in it..."The Red Red Krovvy" is blood. Here's what it's about, line by line...

    My Durango, # 95 In the book A Clockwork Orange the main character, Alex, and his droogs (friends) steal a car called a Durango 95.

    Take me to the home, kick boots and ultra live Inside of a house with a rock outside that reads "home", Alex and his friends beat an old man and rape his wife while he watches...I'm pretty sure after the "Take me to the home" part the lyrics are wrong.

    See heaven, flash real horrorshow Alex and his friends drink milk laced with drugs named Moloko which Alex discribes as being like seeing heaven. Real horrorshow means real good.

    Knock it nice and smooth step back and watch it flow I'm pretty sure this isn't really what he's singing either

    Yeah the devil, ride a dinosaur, he paint the monster red so the blood dont stain the floor I'm pretty sure this is wrong, but if it isnt, rob zombies probably the only person who knows what it means.

    In-Out, real savage show, skorry as a shot came sickness After he gets caught Alex signs up for an expiremental treatment where they hold his eyes open, drug him, and make him watch videos of violence and sex (in-out). the drug causes him to get sick. Skorry means "fast".

    So see, it's not meaningless. It's just you have to have read A Clockwork Orange or have seen the movie of it to get what it's meaning is.

    i_love_lianaon May 21, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    This song is like.. gahh.. lol. It's Edge's THEME music! When i hear the.. "scream if you want it" i hear.. in my head. "scream if you want edge" hahahah.. eDge is hot...

    RudeMinnesotanon February 09, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    such a great song. i don't even know what to say about it. it's great. :-p

    medusaon February 26, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    The video is inspired by "A Clockwork Orange."

    the Edgeon April 23, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    Anyone who hasnt read A Clockwork Orange shouldnt be claiming to know what this song is about. The meaning is really obvious.

    GoD-Likeon March 15, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    as its Edge's theme song it has to be something like this.though not so good lyrics if u listen it as urself but if u listen it with Edge in my mind,it surely is worth listening!

    undisturbedon March 29, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    if its edge's song it would have have been great i think it has great lyrics and tune good work keep it up!!!!

    deadman inc.on March 31, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    who the hell is edge?

    splitplugon April 05, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    huh

    Valorianton April 26, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    IF YOUR WONDERING WHO "EDGE" IS HES A WWF WRESTLER AND ONE OF THE SUCCESSFUL ONES ON TJE ROAD TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP , ANYWAYS BACK TO THE SONG IT NEEDS THE EDGE "YOU THINK YOU KNOW ME" AT THE BEGINING AND IT WOULD BE THE VERY BEST !!

    LIGERon April 26, 2002   Link

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