Bonfire

Bonfire

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Pop - General | York, England, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,377   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 11/26/2019

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Plays:

21

Song Description

Relationships and attractions are in turmoil, everyone is looking at her. The whole place shakes under her spell, love takes fright and flight.

Story Behind the Song

A beautiful young woman appears on the scene. Perhaps in a block of apartments, at a company, a new job.all teh men are attracted. All the women are jealous, she is perfect; they even wonder if she could be an android, a sex-bot.

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.

Sky falls down, sky falls down,
hits our town, hits our town,
pack the car, pack teh car,
drive quite far, drive quite far

Move your desk, move your desk,
which viiews best, which views best,
angels cry, angels cry,
scramble high, scramble high

Of all the places to appear,
a doll came in -in fancy gear,
all wired up and set to show,
when you pressed buttons,she would go

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.

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
4:19
Genres
Pop - General, Unique - Soundtracks
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Duet Female
Moods
Worried, Frenzied

Subject Matter
Love at First Sight, Jealousy


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Sandra Robinson.
Music Credits Sandra Robinson. Mark Hopwood on guitar.
Producer Credits Ken Torr
Publisher Credits Boo Designs Ltd.
Performance Credits Bonfire
Label Credits Boo Designs Ltd.