One, two, three, four
You've got a lot to say
Every night and every sunny day
It's the same thing you've been sayin' to me
Every day
You say it's within your heart
You keep repeatin' that we'll never part
I'm so finally glad to hear you stop
For a day
You just keep talkin' louder
Complain to your mother and father
One of these days you'll push me all the way
And (you wear it?) you're worried 'cause it fits you well
Baby, baby, you're not hard to sell
I'll tell you what you want to hear
For a day
So if you think you need advice
Just come to me, don't compromise
Baby, baby you're hypnotized
Every day
And you just keep talkin' louder
Complain to your mother and father
One of these days you'll push me all the way
Yes, you just keep talkin' louder
Complain to your mother and father
One of these days you'll push me all the way
Yes, you just keep talkin' louder
Complain to your mother and father
One of these days you'll push me all the way
You just keep talkin' louder
Complain to your mother and father
One of these days you'll push me all the way
You just keep talkin' louder
Complain to your mother and father
One of these days you'll push me all the way


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All The Way Lyrics as written by GENE SIMMONS

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    Love this song! It's funny, has a great riff and everyone has adleast one person that they can take these lyrics and relate them to that person.

    kissfreak93on July 15, 2008   Link

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