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The Singer Rotem Bar Or said on that song: "My Baby Boy was written in front of a T.V. screen, showing helicopters bombing Gaza live through the viewfinder. The song is an emotional response to a situation of war, when logic can not give it an answer, and the only power source that can stand up to the intensity of the fire and explosion is mental strength. The joy of Life in the song, takes inspiration from the tradition of celebrating funerals in New Orleans Gypsy music and folk styles generally characterized by a natural combination of sadness and joy of life."

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The Angelcy - My baby boy

Author And Composer: Rotem Bar Or
Song Editor: TAB4U Staff
Category: Rock
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My baby boy is in the army
Of     disbelief
My baby boy is in the army
Of    midsummer grief  

Tossing and turning in his bed
Guessing his own end  
Tossing and turning in his bed
My baby boy’s already dead  

We are a natural disaster
Shake, mama, shake your head  
We are a natural disaster
Lost all hope   to ever   understand
The powers in command  here    
Pray   pray     for my baby boy
Pray   pray   pray  for my baby boy
For my baby boy

No   bombs to drop and kill them all
No   money paid to charge our souls
No mind control, no wall
Just summer, winter, spring and fall
Bridge:
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We are a natural disaster
Shake, mama, shake your head  
We are a natural disaster
Shake, mama, shake
Shake, mama, shake your head
We are a natural disaster
Shakeeeeeeeeeeeee, mama, shake your head
We are a natural disaster  
Lost all hope   to ever   understand
The powers in command  here    
Pray   pray      for my baby boy
Pray   pray   pray  for my baby boy     
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