Who Sang Boss D.J.? Sublime

Sublime Robbin’ the Hood cover art
Release information
Writer(s): Bradley James Nowell
Release Date: 1994-8
length: 2:52
Lyrics
There's a steel train comin' through
I would take it if I could
And I would not lie to you
Because Sunday morning soon will come
When things would be much easier to say
Upon the microphone like a boss DJ
When I would walk upon the sea like it was dry land
The boss DJ ain't nothin' but a man
No trouble no fuss

I know why
It's so nice, I want to hear the same song twice
It's so nice, I want to hear the same song twice
When I'm spendin' all of my time
But it's just stones and sticks
Cause on the microphone is where I go to get my fix
Just let the lovin' take ahold
Cause it will if you let it
A funky, not a junky
But I know where to get it

No trouble no fuss
I know why
It's so nice, I want to hear the same song twice
It's so nice, I want to hear the same song twice
Oo-we girl, oo-we girl
There really ain't no time to waste
Really ain't no time to hate
Ain't got no time to waste

Time to hate
Really ain't time to make the time go away
So mister DJ don't change the music
I want to know
Are you feelin' the same way too
I want to rock with you girl, oo-girl
Don't stop

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Waiting for Bud
  • 2 Steady B Loop Dub
  • 3 Raleigh Soliloquy, Part I
  • 4 Pool Shark (original)
  • 5 Steppin’ Razor
  • 6 Greatest-Hits
  • 7 Free Loop Dub
  • 8 Q-Ball
  • 9 Saw Red
  • 10 Work That We Do
  • 11 Lincoln Highway Dub
  • 12 Pool Shark (acoustic)
  • 13 Cisco Kid
  • 14 Raleigh Soliloquy, Part II
  • 15 STP
  • 16 Boss D.J.
  • 17 I Don’t Care Too Much for Reggae Dub
  • 18 Falling Idols
  • 19 All You Need
  • 20 Freeway Time in LA County Jail
  • 21 Mary
  • 22 Raleigh Soliloquy, Part III / [silence]
  • 23 Don’t Push (version) / [unknown dub] / The Farther I Go

  • Release information
    label: Skunk Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin