Bonnie & Clyde (Die Toten Hosen song)
|"Bonnie & Clyde"|
|Single by Die Toten Hosen|
|from the album Opium fürs Volk|
|Released||May 24, 1996|
|Genre||Punk rock, hard rock|
|Die Toten Hosen singles chronology|
"Bonnie & Clyde" is a romantic song about a man and a woman, who want to play Bonnie and Clyde - criminals that are in love with each other. At the start of the song, the two have never met before, but the man knows she's the one he's been missing.
The music video was directed by Ralf Schmerberg.
Bonnie & Clyde met in jail. They are released and still a car. They rob a "cash-in-transit". They make love in a hotel. The police wake them when they come the next morning to arrest them. They are jailed, but they escape with the help of their bandmates (the man is played by Campino). The woman gets shot and the gang tries to escape in a car (with "ON TOUR" written on it), but the driver (played by Andi) also gets shot and they crash the car, which results in a fatal explosion.
- "Bonnie & Clyde" (Breitkopf/Frege) − 3:30
- "Kleiner Junge" (Little boy) (von Holst/Frege) − 3:58
- "Herzglück harte Welle" (roughly Heartluck strong wave) (Rohde/Frege) – 1:57
- "Do You Love Me" (Stanley, Ezrin, Fowley) − 3:11 (Kiss cover)