Bosnia Lyrics - The Cranberries

The Cranberries To the Faithful Departed cover art
Credits
publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Dolores Mary O'Riordan
release date: 1996-4-19
genres: Rock
styles: Alternative Rock
length: 5:39
producer: The Cranberries and Bruce Fairbairn
conductor: Michael Kamen
mixer: Mike Plotnikoff
engineer: Mike Plotnikoff
strings arranger: Michael Kamen
guest musical saw: Henry Daag
composer: Dolores O’Riordan
lyricist: Dolores O’Riordan
I would like to state my vision
Life was so unfair
We live in our secure surroundings
And people die out there
Bosnia was so unkind
Sarajevo changed my mind
And we all call out in despair
All the love we need isn't there
And we all sing songs our rooms
Sarajevo erects an undertune
Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Sarajevo
Bosnia was so unkind
Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Sarajevo
Bosnia was so unkind
Sure things would change if we really wanted them to
No fear for children anymore
There are babies in their hands, terror in their heads
For life, for life
When do the saints go marching in?
When do the saints go marching in?



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Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Hollywood
  • 2 Salvation
  • 3 When You’re Gone
  • 4 Free to Decide
  • 5 War Child
  • 6 Forever Yellow Skies
  • 7 The Rebels
  • 8 Intermission
  • 9 I Just Shot John Lennon
  • 10 Electric Blue
  • 11 I’m Still Remembering
  • 12 Will You Remember?
  • 13 Joe
  • 14 The Picture I View
  • 15 Cordell
  • 16 Bosnia