"I" as written by Gene Simmons and Robert A. Ezrin....
I was so frightened
I almost ran away
I didn't know that I could do
Anything I needed to
And then a bolt of lightning
Hit me on my head
Then I began to see
I just needed to believe in me
Now I, I believe in me
And I, I believe in something more
Than you can understand
Yes, I believe in me

They said I didn't stand a chance
i wouldn't win no way
But I've got news for you
There's nothing I can't do
Ain't no pretending
Ain't no make believe
But I've got to be the one
I gotta do what must be done

I believe in me
Yes, I believe in me - yeah

I don't need no money
I don't need no fame....No
I just need to believe in me
And I know most definitely
Don't need to get wasted
It only holds me down
I just need a will of my own
And the balls to stand alone

I believe in me
Yes, I believe in me - yeah

Well do you really
Yes, I believe in me
Do you do you
Yes, I believe in me
I wanna rock 'n roll
Yes, I believe in me!

Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

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    General CommentYou have to believe in yourself or noone will.
    kissfreak93on July 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe this song is not on KISS's Alive albums, it's a disgrace, the Album itself was bad but this song was awesome!!!
    Feliciano2040on July 15, 2008   Link
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    General CommentBest song on THE ELDER there is...And yes, kissfreak, that's probably excactly what it's about.
    Atno000on July 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI never did never will and I just play never found none of the songs on the elder any different then any other songs off of any of their many awesome albums To me the elder has a bad rep just for being a concept album if any one really listens in some ways it resembles Destroyer Has some soft songs but a lot of songs that really kick A** Yes we do need to believe you ourselves
    loadofsmithon November 11, 2008   Link

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