Who took the bomp?

Every day and night
Every day and night
I can see your disco disco dick
Is sucking my heart out of my mind
I'm outta time, I'm outta fucking time
I'm a gasoline gut with a vaseline mind, but
Wanna disco? Wanna see me disco?
Let me hear you depoliticize my rhyme
(One, two, three, four)
You got what you been asking for
You're so policy free and
Your fantasy wheels and everything you think
And everything you feel
Is alright, alright, alright, alight, alright

I take you home, now watch me get you hot
Your just a parrot when you're screaming
And your shouting
"More crackers, please! More crackers, please!"
You want what you want but you don't wanna be on your knees
Who does your, who does your hair?

Who took the Bomp from the Bompalompalomp?
Who took the Ram from the Ramalamadingdong?
Who took the Bomp from the Bompalompalomp?
Who took the Ram from the Ramalamadingdong?
How are you?
Fine, thank you
How are you?
Fine, thank you

You bought a new van the first year of your band
You're cool and I hardly wanna say "not"
Because I'm so bored that I'd be entertained
Even by a stupid fuckin' linoleum floor, linoleum floor
Your lyrics are dumb like a linoleum floor
I'll walk on it, I'll walk all over you
Walk on it, walk on it, walking one, two

(Who? Who? Who? Who?)
Who took the Bomp from the Bompalompalomp?
Who took the Ram from the Ramalamading-dong?
Who took the Bomp from the Bompalompalomp?
Who took the Ram from the Ramalamading-dong?
See you later
See you later
See you later
See you later

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Deceptacon Lyrics as written by Kathleen M Hanna Johanna Fateman


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  • +6
    General CommentAaargh! I am so fed up with hearing assholes saying that feminism is a lost cause. Rape convictions are ridiculously low despite the fact that 1 in 3 women will experience sexual abuse in her lifetime, domestic abuse and rape myths still exists, the sex industry is considered the epitome of female empowerment and women still compete with each for male attention and that is not even half of the bullshit that we still have to fight.
    iknowmyusernamesuckson October 15, 2010   Link
  • +5
    General Commentthe other people who commented are stupid and ovbiously dont like le tigre. this song is obviously about lyrics- other band's crappy lyrics. le tigre has politically charged lyrics and they dont want them depoliticized. They compare other bands lyrics with linolium floors that they step all over. My god how did anyone think this was about posers or relationships?! you people should read the lyrics befor commenting on them.
    flameron August 31, 2002   Link
  • +4
    General Commenti don't think that anyone has addressed the pretty sexual lyrics yet. while i agree that this song could be a reflection of their frustration with being viewed as a "chick band" as someone else suggested, i think it could also be about being a guy's sex toy and staying with him out of boredom. (i take you home now watch me get you hot...)

    even though this particular song screams "angry feminist" and plays into the very negative stereotype that have been placed on feminists, precipitate is absolutely right...feminism advocates giving ALL people the space and respect that they need to be and become who they are / can be. it's not about women anymore, it concerns EVERYONE. (even kurt cobain was a self-proclaimed feminist)
    rita meteron December 09, 2005   Link
  • +3
    General Commenti love how the first two stanzas are kinda just saying "fuck you" to everyone who doesnt realize the politics of le tigre's songs and just still take them as a band of 'chicks' and nothing more.
    and i love how that other stanza is taking a jab at nofx. i love it all. the music + the lyrics.
    go_pete_goon January 10, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentI think it's about poseurs, plain and simple... when you go out with someone you think is going to be so cool and turns out to be shady and the being the worst thing you can be... dull....
    hereticeyeon June 10, 2002   Link
  • +1
    General CommentFlamer, don't go attempting to attack others when you yourself are hardly right. This song IS in retaliation the NOFX song "Kill Rockstars" which attacked Kathleen and Bikini Kill. Hence, Linoleum floor.

    Mind you, the entire song isn't about that, just the one verse.
    xRock_Revolutionaryxon April 20, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General CommentBACK OFF OF THE FRUMPIES.
    halmookyon January 24, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThat's pretty bitchin that you have that as your alarm clock. I wish I had high technology knowledge so I could get it into my phone.
    teenqueen22on January 08, 2009   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIronic, and lousy, that the DFA remix cuts out all of the lyrics up to and including "Let me hear you depoliticize my rhyme".
    IvanAliason April 07, 2010   Link
  • +1
    General Comment(Sorry if I spell to wrong or something, I don't speak english usually. But I hope you'll understand the things I whrite.)

    I think this song is about rape. Its KH's rage against rapers.
    "every day and night I can see your disco dick is sucking my heart out of my mind" = She's been raped and every day and night the memories of the rape passes her mind. Just one simple organ, a dick, fucked up her life. All the things she experiend with her mind suckes her heart out of her cheast.
    "Im out of time, Im a gasoline gut whit an vasoline mind but, wanna disco, wanna se me disco"= her time is out, lifes fucked up and ended. She feels like she's just some material thing, like something on gas, a organ you can fuck like when ever you want to. Her mind is fucked up, everything is just slipping around in her head like on vasoline. The rapist wanted to se her disco, se her in action, have sex with her.
    "Let me hear you depoliticize my rhyme" = This song is her revenge. He cant take it from her. He cant depoliticize her rhymes.
    Plasticflooron July 26, 2008   Link

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