Friday night and I need a fight
My motorcycle and a switchblade knife
Handful of grease in my hair feels right
But what I need to get me tight are those

Girls, girls, girls
Long legs and burgundy lips
Girls, girls, girls
Dancin' down on the Sunset Strip
Girls, girls, girls
Red lips, fingertips

Trick or treat, sweet to eat
On Halloween and New Year's Eve
Yankee girls you just can't be beat
But you're the best when you're off your feet

Girls, girls, girls
At the dollhouse in Ft. Lauderdale
Girls, Girls, Girls
Rocking in Atlanta at Tattletails
Girls, girls, girls
Raising hell at the Seventh Veil

Have you read the news
In the Soho Tribune?
Ya know she did me
Well then she broke my heart
I'm such a good good boy
I just need a new toy
I tell ya what, girl
Dance for me, I'll keep you over-employed
Just tell me a story
You know the one I mean

Crazy Horse, Paris, France
Forget the names, remember romance
I got the photos, a menage et trois
Musta broke those Frenchies laws with those

Girls, girls, girls
Body Shop and the Marble Arch
Girls, girls, girls
Tropicana's where I lost my heart

Girls, girls, girls
(Hey Tommy, check that out, man)
(What, Vince, where?)
(Hey right there, hey)
Hey baby, you wanna go somewhere? (girls, girls, girls)
Girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls
Girls, girls, girls

Girls, girls, girls (whoa)

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  • +4
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    What is the song "Girls, Girls, Girls" by Motley Crue about?

    a. Strippers b. Strippers c. Strippers d. Strippers e. All of the above

    If you chose a,b,c,d,or e you were correct.

    rcon1485on January 22, 2010   Link
  • +3
    General Comment

    i think this song could be about girls im not sure but ill get back to you after i find out

    IronMaidenManon November 14, 2004   Link
  • +3
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    Hey rockangel, I don't know what kind of music you listen to, but Crue doesn't have the"best of the best" Nikki Sixx is an alright bassist, Tommy is a good drummer, Mick Mars is an excellent guitarist and Vince Neil has a pretty good voice. See not the "best of the best. But a very fucking bad ass band.

    Kickoutthejamson April 17, 2005   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    When I watch this video I get this urge to jump on my Harley and go to strip clubs. LOL

    But seriously, it does.

    themotleyzombieon March 22, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    RockAngel; I loathe people like you, who names the members of their favorite bands the greatest drummer/guitarist/whatever just because they're in that band. Okay, I'd probably call Mick one of the best guitarist ever. As for Tommy; he's great, but I bet there are more talented people. Nikki Sixx is definitely not the best bassist, and Vince has (had) an amazing voice, but not THAT amazing. I love Crüe more than any other band, but face it, they're not the most talented.

    Live Wireon January 07, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    why did u post that here?

    ZakkWyldeBLSon May 23, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Cos he's a cock.

    shadowwiththeeyeson November 05, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I love this song! its a perfect party song, or if your getting ready to go on a night out! So, IronMaidenMan, did you find out what this song is about?? ;o)

    wiggles_666on November 19, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    this is a good was stuck in my head, & I couldn't think of who sang it, now I'm never gonna forget. Motley Crue.

    MuSiCgurl24_7on January 22, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    It's about the band going to a bounch of strip bars one night. BTW this band is not very talented.

    JosephWolfon February 13, 2005   Link

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