Whoo, hoo, yeah
Whoo, hoo, yeah

She'll adore you and she'll floor you
With her wisdom and her vision
And you'll love it and think of it
Till you lose all intuition
Come on

She can move you and improve you
With her love and her devotion
And she'll thrill you and she'll chill you
But you're headed for commotion

And you'll need her so you'll feed her
With your endless dedication
And the quicker you get sicker
She'll remove your medication

Get the firehouse
Cause she sets my soul afire
Get the firehouse
And the flames keep gettin' higher

She's like bad weather but it seems so good
You'd never leave her but you know you should

She's like bad weather but it seems so good
You'd never leave her but you know you should

Ooh
Get the firehouse
Cause she sets my soul afire
Get the firehouse
Whoo, hoo, yeah
Get the firehouse
Whoo, hoo, yeah


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

Firehouse Lyrics as written by Paul Stanley

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    General Comment

    Really, it's a pretty medicore song.

    TwistedSisteron February 05, 2007   Link
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    General Comment

    one of my favorites.

    Pink_Floyd_fanon March 17, 2007   Link
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    Memory

    I always thought "She'll adore you and she'll floor you" was "She'll adore you and she'll blow you." Shows I have a dirty mind, I guess. But then again, KISS is known for being dirty so it's an honest mistake.

    gregorybrianon July 29, 2011   Link

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