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IGGY POPIGGY POP “Search and Destroy” YOUR SUBTITLE GOES HERE
Lyrics I'm a street walking cheetah with a hide full of napalm I'm a runaway son of the nuclear A-bomb I am a world's forgotten boy The one who searches and destroys Honey gotta help me please Somebody gotta save my soulnapalm nuclear A-bombforgotten boysearches and destroys
Baby detonates for me Look out honey, 'cause I'm using technology ! Ain't got time to make no apology Soul radiation in the dead of night Love in the middle of a fire fight Honey gotta strike me blind Somebody gotta save my soul'cause I'm using technology !strike me blind
Baby penetrates my mind And I'm the world's forgotten boy The one who's searchin', searchin' to destroy And honey I'm the world's forgotten boy The one who's searchin', searchin' to destroy Forgotten boy, forgotten boy Forgotten boy said hey forgotten boy
IGGY POP biography After the Stooges fell apart in the 1970’s Iggy Pop went to create many solo albums. In 1967 Iggy returned to Ann Arbor and renamed himself Iggy Pop. Pop’s riotous antics on stage included screaming, diving into broken glass, and smearing his body with raw meat. His music is considered to be death in the atomic age. Some songs included “Gimme Danger” and “Search and Destroy”.“Search and Destroy”. Back
Napalm “ Love the smell of napalm in the morning…The smell, you know that gasoline smell…Smells like, victory” – Kilgore to Willard- Apocalypse Nownapalm
Strike me Blind This a reference to the flash grenades the US and Vietcong used during the Vietnam war. Back
Literary Terms I’m a street walking cheetah- metaphor Dead of night- symbolismDead of night- Soul Radiation- symbolismSoul Radiation- Searchin’ to destroy- repitition Forgotten boy- repitition
Soul Radiation Soul radiation is the referring to when your hope and prayers help you get through a tough time.
Dead of Night This is referring to a time when things are rough, going wrong, and are not going for your favor.
Works Cited Coppola, Francis Ford, dir. Apocalypse Now. Francis Ford Coppola. United Artists, 1979. Film. "Iggy Pop." Biography Resource Center. Gale, 8 Feb. 2008. Web. 13 May 2010. The Vietnam War: Weapons of War. San Diego: Lucent Books, 2001. Print. American War Library.