My feets were flyin' down the street just the other night
When a Hong Kong special pulled up at the light
What was inside, man, was just c'est magnifique
I wanted to hold the bumper and let her drag me down the street

Ooh, ooh, I gotta crush on you
Ooh, ooh, I gotta crush on you
Ooh, ooh, I gotta crush on you tonight

Sometimes I spot a little stranger standing 'cross the room
My brain takes a vacation just to give my heart more room
For one kiss, darling I swear everything I would give
Cause you're a walking, talking reason to live


Well now she might be the talk of high society
She's probably got a lousy personality
She might be a heiress to Rockefeller
She might be a waitress or a bank teller
She makes the Venus de Milo look like she's got no style
She make Sheena of the Jungle look meek and mild
I need a quick shot, Doc, knock me off my feet
Cause I'll be minding my own business walking down the street... watchout!


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    General CommentFucking brilliant. MY FEETS WAS FLYIN DOWN THE STREET JUST THE OTHER NIGHT... Nothing says "I am a hormone-crazed moron and proud of it" like this song, especially when blasted from the blown-out speakers of an overcrowded 1994 Tercel on Main Street on a summer Saturday night when there's a 30-rack of PBR hidden where the spare tire should be. Gather ye roses while ye may...
    NationalAnathemaon May 13, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHow could there be no comments for this song? It's one of his best and his heaviest.
    Anilandon May 31, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis song is amazing very upbeat...another underrated bruce song...i love the sax solo
    hayesrjon February 14, 2010   Link
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    General CommentBruce Springston loves women and in a really healthy way. She is a walking, talking reason to live, it does not get much better than that.
    delia17601on June 18, 2019   Link

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