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Boom Boom
John Lee Hooker Lyrics


Boom, boom, boom, boom
I'm gonna shoot you right down
Knock you off of your feet
And take you home with me
Put you in my house
Boom, boom, boom, boom

Ow ow ow ow ow
Hmm hmm hmm
Hmm hmm hmm hmm
I love to see you strut
Up and down the floor
When you're talking to me
That baby talk
I like it like that
Oh yeah

Talk that talk
Walk that walk

Won't you walk that walk?
And talk that talk
And whisper in my ear
Tell me that you love me
I love that talk
When you talk like that
You knock me out
Right off my feet
Ho ho ho ho

Well, talk that talk
And walk that walk
Oh yeah
Oh yeah
Talk that talk, babe

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Written by: John Lee Hooker

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John Cena Playing Starcraft

@metallord69 popular music, that is.

There are countless great underground bands. Like Greta Van Fleet evolved their sound recently

And Hell, my chemical romance is one of the best bands from the 2000s, if you like alternative rock and concept albums. Each of their albums is distinct but unique, with dark, melancholic lyrics with a more aggressive sound and a religious undertone, with messages of death and that life is worth living, even when it's shit, just to see the future.

Hell, My Chemical Romance is a band that kept me alive through high school with my depression, anxiety, and PTSD (I was roofied by two male childhood friends; I don't want to elaborate further). And Hell, ever since a siezure last week, I've been strong enough to actually give a damn about myself, to appreciate what I have

I know, rambling, but there are plenty of great modern bands and artists, just don't look in the pop sphere, especially female rap, especially female club rap, especially female club rap by women who rape men.

Like, hell, I hate most modern rap, but Lil Altoid has a fucking classic sound, it mimics old school rap but incorporates modern flows

Believe me, rock will make a comeback. It will be psychedelic blues. Hell, bonus if it has a Halloween theme of spookiness and the beauty of death (like autumn trees or omen animals like ravens and Crows)

I mean, my destiny is rock music.



John Cena Playing Starcraft

@micky gotta agree. Blues originated from nowhere, blues has always been, but in different forms. Ain't no first bluesman

But African Coptic Churches are a good origin for a first formal "bluesy" style.

But blues truly came into its own in the 1800s and 1900s. The electric guitar and recording is what made blues break free from it's shackles of formality. No longer was blues stuck to live, small groups with guitars, banjos, and pianos, nor did it have to be formalized into a rare classical "sampling" (using blues motifs in marches and composed European music). To me, blues became unmistakable when it first got recorded, especially Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, and the lore of Deals with the Devil; but that might be more rock canon to some.

That's the thing about blues, it's beautiful yet striking; unmistakable yet undefinable. Has influence worldwide and from religious song, But it is distinctly American and dark.

I mean, hell, rock canon stretches from people like Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters to Chuck Berry to Hendrix to Nirvana to MCR; and those are just one of the famous ones from their day, there are countless other underground, indie, and lost records by other amazing artists



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[Verse 1]
Boom, boom, boom, boom
I'm gonna shoot you right down
Right off your feet
Take you home with me
Put you in my house
Boom, boom, boom, boom
Mmmm hmmm
Mm hm hm hm

[Verse 2]
I love to see you walk
Up and down the floor
When you talking to me
That baby talk
I like it like that
You talk like that
You knock me dead
Right off my feet
A haw haw haw haw
Whoa!

[Guitar solo]

[Verse 3]
Once you walk that walk
And talk that talk
And whisper in my ear
Tell me that you love me
I love that talk
That baby talk
You knock me dead
Right off my feet
A haw haw haw haw
Yeah, yeah!



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Andreas Bäumler

Rock and Metal would have never appeared without the blues, the blues gave birth to Rock. And it's people like John Lee Hooker, B.B. King and Muddy Waters who made the electric guitar speak long before Rock'n'Roll became a mass phenomenon. And there's no better music than that real old blues to kick off the weekend. Honest music full of each kind of emotion. Who could ever be as cool as the great JLH and all the other blues heroes? Listening to this song I get lifted, and still I wonder what has become of music these days....?

John Cena Playing Starcraft

@metallord69 popular music, that is.

There are countless great underground bands. Like Greta Van Fleet evolved their sound recently

And Hell, my chemical romance is one of the best bands from the 2000s, if you like alternative rock and concept albums. Each of their albums is distinct but unique, with dark, melancholic lyrics with a more aggressive sound and a religious undertone, with messages of death and that life is worth living, even when it's shit, just to see the future.

Hell, My Chemical Romance is a band that kept me alive through high school with my depression, anxiety, and PTSD (I was roofied by two male childhood friends; I don't want to elaborate further). And Hell, ever since a siezure last week, I've been strong enough to actually give a damn about myself, to appreciate what I have

I know, rambling, but there are plenty of great modern bands and artists, just don't look in the pop sphere, especially female rap, especially female club rap, especially female club rap by women who rape men.

Like, hell, I hate most modern rap, but Lil Altoid has a fucking classic sound, it mimics old school rap but incorporates modern flows

Believe me, rock will make a comeback. It will be psychedelic blues. Hell, bonus if it has a Halloween theme of spookiness and the beauty of death (like autumn trees or omen animals like ravens and Crows)

I mean, my destiny is rock music.

John Cena Playing Starcraft

@micky gotta agree. Blues originated from nowhere, blues has always been, but in different forms. Ain't no first bluesman

But African Coptic Churches are a good origin for a first formal "bluesy" style.

But blues truly came into its own in the 1800s and 1900s. The electric guitar and recording is what made blues break free from it's shackles of formality. No longer was blues stuck to live, small groups with guitars, banjos, and pianos, nor did it have to be formalized into a rare classical "sampling" (using blues motifs in marches and composed European music). To me, blues became unmistakable when it first got recorded, especially Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, and the lore of Deals with the Devil; but that might be more rock canon to some.

That's the thing about blues, it's beautiful yet striking; unmistakable yet undefinable. Has influence worldwide and from religious song, But it is distinctly American and dark.

I mean, hell, rock canon stretches from people like Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters to Chuck Berry to Hendrix to Nirvana to MCR; and those are just one of the famous ones from their day, there are countless other underground, indie, and lost records by other amazing artists

1st Name Basis

Include Bo Didley my friend

Kevin68ification

@Frederik Spudnik reading comments while listening to this I was thinking 'kicked in the teeth' by ACDC

Ryan D

@EmE Me I love it when white people come out with sh..t like that, i.e. Christians made music today what it is (what a laugh. The first Instruments came from Africa, which is where the first humans evolved.

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Linda Aune

In the early 80's my boyfriend and I went to many avenues where John was playing. We were always invited backstage to talk with him. Many hours of talking, laughing, cognac and cigars. Very good times. He was brilliant, fun and engaging. Miss those times.

rockartistet

Very lucky.

Hideaki Page

I'm green with envy

Bama Jesse

Cool

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