Bonfire

Bonfire

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Pop - General | York, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,379   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 12/11/2019

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Plays:

30

Song Description

The song-setting story and scene of the office. The new arrival, the tension, the storms, the fireworks of love taking flight.

Story Behind the Song

A large office or call centre. A new exotic woman, (or is she an android), appears and starts working. All of the men are looking, staring, fixated. The women, colleagues, girlfrinds, wives are horrified and angry. Love takes flight, disappears through walls, explodes like fireworks in the bonfire.

Lyrics

Looked at her, looked at her,
why just there, why just there,
became a stare, became a stare,
don't compare, don't compare..

Who is she, who is she,
above the knee, above the knee,
she isn't free, she isn't free,
buy her tea, buy her tea.

Of all the places to appear,
the only place she chose was here,
while thunder shook all walls and windows,
love took fright and disappeared.
You came back to a grey sky,
foundations cracked and overgrown,
love's earthquake split whole time zones,
and you find yourself alone.

Looked at her, looked at her,
why just there, why just there,
became a stare, became a stare,
don't compare, don't compare..

Who is she, who is she,
above the knee, above the knee,
she isn't free, she isn't free,
buy her tea, buy her tea.

Of all the places to appear,
she parachuted far too near,
and set off bangers in a fire
scorched love's wings and burnt desire.
Love drove and danced and wore red shoes
to rock and disco and the blues,
while fireworks whizzed around her ears,
she fluttered eyes and mopped her tears.

Looked at her, looked at her,
why just there, why just there,
became a stare, became a stare,
don't compare, don't compare.

Who is she, who is she,
above the knee, above the knee,
she isn't free, she isn't free,
buy her tea, buy her tea.
Looked at her, looked at her,
who is she, who is she?

Song Length
2:26
Genres
Unique - General, Unique - Avant garde
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Mood
Enraged

Subject Matter
Breaking Up

Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Sandra Robinson.
Music Credits Sandra Robinson & Ken Torr on Piano
Producer Credits Sandra Robinson & Ken Torr
Publisher Credits Boo Designs Ltd.
Performance Credits Bonfire
Label Credits Boo Designs Ltd