Boom, Like That" as written by and Mark Knopfler. Kroc-style Boom, like that. The folks line up All down the street And i’m seeing this girl Devour her meat, now And then I get it, wham As clear as day My pulse begins to hammer And I hear a voice say: These boys have Got this down Oughtta be a one of these In every town These boys have Got the touch It’s clean. as a whistle And it don’t cost much Wham, bam You don’t wait long Shake, fries Patty, you’re gone And how about that Friendly name? Heck, every little thing Oughtta stay the same Or my name’s not kroc That’s kroc with a ‘k’ Like ‘crocodile’ But not spelt that way, now It’s dog eat dog.
Mark Knopfler: vocals and guitars Richard Bennett: guitars Jim Cox & Guy Fletcher: pianos and organ Glenn Worf: bass Chad Cromwell: drums. Recorded at Shangri-La Studios, Malibu, CA Produced by Chuck Ainlay and Mark Knopfler Engineered by Chuck Ainlay Additional Engineering by Guy Fletcher Mixed at British Grove Studios, Chiswick, London Assistant Engineer: Rupert Coulson Mastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering and DVD, Maine. All songs written by Mark Knopfler All songs published by Will D. Side Ltd/Hornall Bros
Kroc-style boom, like that. Eric from Beaverton, OrEthan in Ridgely: Mark Knopfler always looked to me like a poor bum in his picture in their first album. ) Patrick from Bremen, GaCorrection: Ray Kroc was not the founder of McDonalds. Dick and Mac McDonald were.
Song by Mark Knopfler. from the album Shangri-La. Summer of Love Who's Your Baby Now (live)". Boom, Like That" is a 2004 single by Mark Knopfler, from his album Shangri-La. It is – with "Darling Pretty" – one of only two Mark Knopfler solo singles to reach the UK Top 40, hitting no. 34. YouTube Encyclopedic.