Freak
by Kiss

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  • I used to wonder why
    When I was walking by
    They talked about me
    What could it be
    They tried to break me
    Never could make me

    Out in the streets
    Takin' all the heat
    Dancin' in the sheets, oh yeah

    All those streaks in my hair
    People point at me and stare
    If they ask me I'll say, "yeah!"
    I'm a freak
    And I love the clothes I wear
    Where their life goes I don't care
    It's my price I'm proud to pay
    I'm a freak

    The called me crazy
    It doesn't faze me
    I'm doing fine, they're doing time
    They tried to break me
    Never could make me
    Live like a fire
    Dancin' with desire
    Walkin' on the wire, oh yeah (yeah, yeah, yeah)

    I'm a freak and love what I see
    I'm a freak and I love being me (yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)

    Out in the streets
    Takin' all the heat
    Dancin' in the sheets, oh yeah

    I pledge allegiance to the state of independence

    I got streaks in my hair
    People point at me and stare
    If they ask me I'll say, "yeah!"
    I'm a freak
    And I love the clothes I wear
    Where their life goes I don't care
    It's my price I'm proud to pay
    I'm a freak
    I'm the freak and I love what I see
    I'm the freak and I love being me
    I'm a freak and that's all I can be
    I'm a freak, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

    I pledge allegiance to the state of independence Writer/s: PAUL STANLEY, TOMMY THAYER
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