Bomber (3:41)

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“Bomber” is a song by the English heavy metal band Motörhead, recorded and released in 1979. It is the title track to their album Bomber and was released as a single peaking at 34 on the UK singles chart.

The single was released in the UK by Bronze Records as a 7” vinyl single with the first 20,000 copies pressed in blue vinyl and thereafter in black. The band promoted its release with an appearance on the BBC TV show Top of the Pops on 3 December.

The track was inspired after Lemmy had read Len Deighton’s novel Bomber. It became the inspiration for a forty foot aluminum tube lighting rig used for their shows, a replica of a Heinkel He 111 bomber that could fly backwards and forwards, and side to side - the first to be able to do so.


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Ain't a hope in hell, nothing's gonna bring us down
The way we fly, five miles off the ground
Because we shoot to kill and you know we always will
It's a bomber, it's a bomber

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