Paul Stanley: "I love 'C'mon and Love Me.' I was talking to someone on how to be a better songwriter. But you can also lose the essence and purity of what made you in the beginning 'cause what you did early on was based on free association, just purging yourself and cool stuff would come out. 'C'mon 'N Love Me' was written like that. It was very autobiographical and very much a point of view of a lifestyle that I was living but it wasn't a calculated study. It was basically just spitting out a song. I really liked it, still do, the verse, the chorus, the whole thing. That's the first time I played lead guitar on a Kiss song, that's me playing the lead at the beginning!"
Ken - LaSalle, Canada