Shot You Down

Album: Generation (2005)
Charted: 3
  • I was five and he was six
    We rode on horses made of sticks
    He wore black and I wore white
    He would always win the fight

    Bang bang, he shot me down
    Bang bang, I hit the ground
    Bang bang, that awful sound
    Bang bang, my baby shot me down

    Bang bang, I shot you down
    Bang bang, you hit the ground
    Bang bang, that awful sound
    Bang bang, I used to shoot you down

    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down

    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down

    Down, down, d-down
    My baby shot me down

    My baby shot me down

    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down

    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down
    Down, down, d-down

    Bang bang, I shot you down
    Bang bang, you hit the ground
    Bang bang, that awful sound
    Bang bang, I used to shoot you down Writer/s: SONNY BONO, SIMON FRANKS, TOM DINSDALE
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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