"Got Love For Sale" as written by and Gene Simmons....
Your condition's red, you can't get to bed
Your eyes are full of tears
You've got headache, heartache, a pain you can't take
I am who you have to fear

Your observation's correct
I'm someone you can't neglect
Whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no

Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale)
Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale)
Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale)

You buy the magazine, in between the lines
You see my face, you read my name
And you can have me for one price, baby
You must have heard of my fee
You know you need me, I know you want me
'Cause I'm a living cross your heart man
You've got to have me, can't live without me
'Cause I'm the one and only yes I am

I've got love for sale
And my love will not fail you
Whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no oh, whoo no, whoo no

Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale)
Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale)
Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale), yeah

I've got love for sale
And my love will not fail you
Whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no, whoo no

Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale)
Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale)
Have love, will travel (I've got love for sale), yeah

I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale
I got love for sale, yeah


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"Got Love for Sale" as written by Gene Simmons

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    General CommentI never knew the "have love will travel" part (I always thought it was "I'm no real/rich/witch doctor") But then reading the lyrics, I have absolutely no idea what this song's about.

    Love for sale, by it's title, implies prostitution but the lyrics deal with loss, dependency and possibly addiction. I'd say it's an "anti-drug" song, but it's so indirect it could (like many "great" lyrics) mean anything.

    My best guess - it's a warning. When you're desperate, you can turn to synthetic means for comfort (I'm thinking drugs, but, whatever) and it'll certainly cure what ails you, but there's "one price" which is probably as bad, or worse, than the initial condition.
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