"Strutter" as written by Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons....
I know a thing or two about her
I know she'll only make you cry
She'll let you walk the street beside her
But when she wants she'll pass you by

Everybody says she's lookin' good
And the lady knows it's understood
Strutter

She wears her satins like a lady
She gets her way just like a child
You take her home and she says "Maybe, baby"
She takes you down and drives you wild

Everybody says she's lookin' good
And the lady knows it's understood
Strutter

I know a thing or two about her
I know she'll only make you cry
She'll let you walk the street beside her
But when she wants, she'll pass you by

Everybody says she's lookin' good
And the lady knows it's understood
Strutter
Strutter
Strutter


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"Strutter" as written by Paul Stanley Gene (usa 2) Simmons

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    General Commentthis is one of my current favourite songs. its great to sing along to. x
    em2000on March 15, 2003   Link
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    General CommentThis was originally performed by KISS, written by Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley and appears on the self-titled 1974 album.
    TheDirgeon January 12, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis is a great cover!
    spunkychickon July 03, 2011   Link

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