by Kiss

Album: Kiss (1974)
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  • Whoo, hoo, yeah
    Whoo, hoo, yeah

    She'll adore you and she'll floor you
    With her wisdom and her vision
    And you'll love it and think of it
    Till you lose all intuition
    Come on

    She can move you and improve you
    With her love and her devotion
    And she'll thrill you and she'll chill you
    But you're headed for commotion

    And you'll need her so you'll feed her
    With your endless dedication
    And the quicker you get sicker
    She'll remove your medication

    Get the firehouse
    Cause she sets my soul afire
    Get the firehouse
    And the flames keep gettin' higher

    She's like bad weather but it seems so good
    You'd never leave her but you know you should

    She's like bad weather but it seems so good
    You'd never leave her but you know you should

    Get the firehouse
    Cause she sets my soul afire
    Get the firehouse
    Whoo, hoo, yeah
    Get the firehouse
    Whoo, hoo, yeah Writer/s: PAUL STANLEY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 8

  • Mo from Mesa ArizonaI saw Kiss on Mike Douglas maybe in 1974, fantastic! I went out and bought the cassette, they rest is history.
  • Jim from Long Beach, CaGeat song. Gen's spits fire after this song and don't forget the sirens..
  • Jason from Denver, CoTo the people at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
    KISS is way over due to be inducted into the R & R Hall of Fame.WAKE UP PEOPLE. In the words of Larry the Cable Guy. GIT-R-DONE!!!!. On behalf of ALL KISS fans, this is a DEMAND!
  • Randy from Colerain Twp., Oh In the early years, Paul Stanley would wear an actual firefighters' helmet during this song. The helmet was originally red, but he began wearing a white one around the time 'Dynasty' was released.
  • Cam from Cambridge, CanadaIn the early years this was their most appropiate song KISS had. They played almost every time they were on t.v. For example the Mike Douglas show, they played this song, for ABC's In Concert they started off with this song
  • Haggai from Hobart, Australiathe bassline in the chorus sounds like an elephant plodding along behind the circus. that's my interpretation anyway.
  • Dan from Lee, NhSomeone said that Kiss was inspired to write this because of Led Zeppelin's Misty Mountain Hop.
  • Jimbo from Corpus Christi, TxThis is the song Gene spits his fireball for the live shows.
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