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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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[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....?

Joe Blow

I agree with your synopsis 100%. I watched The Rolling Stones with Muddy Waters at the Checkerboard Lounge Keith Richards had the most fun climbing over whiskey tables to go play in Muddy's band

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@Eric Anthony Jones no it didn't blues was stared before country music and african people played a huge roll the banjo comes from Africa

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@rockyourassed no lol tf gospel music was made by black people to wtf

Donna Johnson

Well said

zac jacobs

You are absolutely correct 💯

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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.

Paulo Carvalho

Opa abraço do Brasil

Donald Fred

@Clayton Mcarthur Hello, nice meeting you

Clayton Mcarthur

Used to see him perform at Shabu in Mansfield Connecticut back in the late sixties early seventies

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