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Trapdoor Solution Lyrics The Hives

Trapdoor Solution Lyrics The Hives

[Verse 1]
Oh, what to do, oh what to do
Say you got problems, I got 'em too
My contribution
Trapdoor solution

[Verse 2]
I dug a hole, I made a lid
And I'm excited like a little kid
It's like a door, but in the floor
Trapdoor solution

[Chorus]
Trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution, trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution

[Verse 3]
This thing can swallow anything
Think of the joy that it can bring
It's evolution (Yeah)
Trapdoor solution (Yeah)

[Verse 4]
So let me take this off your hands
Let's try it out, see where it lands
Lead some assholes to the top
Flip the lid and watch them drop

[Chorus]
Trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution, trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution
Trapdoor solution

Video Of Trapdoor Solution Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– Trapdoor Solution
Singer:– The Hives
Album:– The Death Of Randy Fitzsimmons (2023)
Producer:– Patrik Berger
Written:– Howlin’ Pelle Almqvist
Released:– August 1, 2023

About The Hives:–

The Hives are a Swedish rock band known for their energetic and garage rock sound. The band was formed in Fagersta, Sweden, in 1993. The members of The Hives are:

  1. Howlin' Pelle Almqvist (vocals)
  2. Nicholaus Arson (guitar)
  3. Vigilante Carlstroem (guitar)
  4. Dr. Matt Destruction (bass)
  5. Chris Dangerous (drums)

The Hives gained international recognition in the early 2000s with their album "Veni Vidi Vicious," which featured hit singles like "Hate to Say I Told You So" and "Main Offender." Their music is characterized by its high-energy performances, catchy hooks, and a blend of garage rock, punk, and rock 'n' roll influences.

The band is also known for their distinctive matching black-and-white outfits and charismatic stage presence. The Hives' music often features tongue-in-cheek lyrics and a rebellious attitude, making them a favorite among fans of rock music.

They have released several albums over the years, including "Tyrannosaurus Hives" (2004), "The Black and White Album" (2007), and "Lex Hives" (2012). While they may not be as prominent in the mainstream as they once were, The Hives continue to maintain a dedicated fanbase and perform live shows.