Sure Know Something
by Kiss

Album: Dynasty (1979)
Charted: 47
  • This was another chart-hitting song from the group when they were at their peak. It's about a young guy who is overwhelmed by the woman he lost his virginity to. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
  • This is one of the few Kiss songs where Paul Stanley handles lead guitar as well as lead vocals. He wrote the song with their producer Vini Poncia. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Randy - Colerain Twp., OH

Comments: 4

  • Ray from Lodi, NjI love this song. especially the unplugged version.
  • Jason from Denver, CoI sure know something,KISS should think of new costumes. They do have a new album due in 2009. maybe they could go back to the hotter than hell costumes they were cool. WAIT A TICK, I should be saying UNIFORMS after all this is the KISS ARMY we're talking about...right?
  • Dave from Melbourne, AustraliaI love this song. Awesome power ballad by a great band.
  • Axeman from Melbourne, AustraliaYeah, I think he f--ked his teacher; cos the line, 'you taught me things they never taught me at school', seems to imply that his 1st love was 1 of his female teachers at high school

    He got EXTRA curricular lessons! cos he was a 'promising' student! ;o)
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